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VOLUME 
SIXTY 



THE ILLIO 



Richard R. Smith Editor 

Charles J. Kustner Business Manager 

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CONTENTS 






UNIVERSITY 

SENIORS 

ACTIVITIES 

ORGANIZATION 
ATHLETICS 

ILLI-NOISE 
RESIDENCES 

CHIC ACiO CAMPUS 




George D. Stoddard, president 



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human affairs. Some crfy ^^ an d othe s ^ ^ and 

strive s to meet them throug ^ m af , progre ss. 

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William (i. Stratton, governor of Illinois 



The Board of Trustees 



Herbert B. Megran 



Wayne A. Johnson 



Robert Z. Hickman 



Harold E. Grange 



Clarence \V. Weldon 




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Members Ex Officio 

William G. Stratton, 
governor of 
Illinois Springfield 

Vernon L. Nickell, 

superintendent of public 
instruction Springfield 



Elected Members 

Park Livingston, president . . Chicago 

Anthony J. Janata, secretary Urbana 

Lloyd Morey, comptroller . Urbana 

Clarence W. Weldon, 

treasurer Chicago 

John R. Fornof Streator 

Mrs. Doris S. Holt Flora 

Wirt Herrick Clinton 

Robert Z. Hickman Danville 

Mrs. Frances B. Watkins Chicago 

Harold E. Grange Chicago 

Wayne A. Johnson Chicago 

Herbert B. Megran Harvard 




Park Livingston, president of the Hoard of Trustees 



Lloyd Morey 



Mrs. Frances B. Watkins 



John R. Fornof 





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Arthur C. Willard, president emeritus 



University of Illinois 
Administrative Officials 



Miodrag Muntyan 
director of the University Press 



Josef F. Wright 
director of i>ul>li<- information 



Harold S. Dawson 
director of placement bureau 



Ralph P. Leseman 
legal cownsel 




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Anthony J. Janata, assistant to the president 



The task of the University's administration is to tie 
together the organizations of the University such as 
the colleges, schools, divisions, services, and experi- 
ment stations, and make them function as a unit. 

The University's work is carried on not only in 
classroom, laboratory, and library, but also through 
extension, demonstrations, publications, motion pic- 
tures, and radio. From its researches the University 
develops much new knowledge and gathers informa- 
tion from all over the world. These new facts go into 
teaching and are made available to citizens every- 
where. 

Carrying out these policies and directly adminis- 
tering the University is the task of the president. 
Assisting him are the provost, the vice president in 
charge of the Chicago Division, the deans and direc- 
tors of the various units at Champaign-Urbana, the 
comptroller, the director of the Physical Plant, the 
dean of students, and others, each with special re- 
sponsibilities and duties. 

The trustees, nine elected directly by the people 
of the state and two ex-officio by reasons of their 
positions, select the president and direct the general 
policies of administration. 



Coleman B. Griffith, provost 



Lloyd Morey, comptroller 



;lie A. Rrvan. director ot Institute til Aviatioz 



James T. Lendrum, director of Small Jinnies Council 




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Bureau and Division Heads 



fop rou : Herbert Kobes, director of the Division of Service for Crippled Children; William P. McLure, director of tin 1 Bureau of Research and 
Service; Edward F Potthoff, director of the Bureau of Institutional Research 

Middle rou : Robben W. Fleming, director m the Institute of Labor and I ndu.it rial Relations; George P. Tuttle, director of admissions and rec- 
ords: Rexford Newcomb, director oj the Bureau oj Community Planning 

Bottom roc . S. Earl Thompson, director of the 'Housing Division; Charles S. Havens, director of the Physical Plant; V. Lewis Bassie, director 
oi tin Bureau 01 Economic and Business Research 




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Top row: Robert <!. Seymour, acting director of the Business Management Service; Lester M. Dyke, director of the Sealth Services; Robert Browne, 

dean of summer session 
Middle row: Roydin Dangerfield, director of the Institute of Government and Public Affairs; Robert B. Hudson, director of University Broadcasting; 

Marietta Stevenson, director of Social Welfare Administration 
Bottom me-: Donald E. Dickason, director of nonacademic personnel; Charles W. Sanford, coordinator of Teacher Education Council; William M. 

Gilbert, director ol Student Counseling Bureau 



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H. F. (Jlair, president 



William H. Butterfield, executive director 



James C. Colvin, secretary 



University of Illinois Foundation 



The University of Illinois Foundation, establish- 
ed in 1935, is a non-profit corporation organized 
under the laws of Illinois. Its chief function is to 
encourage gifts from both individuals and corpor- 
ations, for the purpose of assisting the general 
educational and research program of the 
University. 

Another function of the foundation is the 
development of patents assigned to it by the 
University. The Foundation has acquired patent 
rights of several inventions, notably a smokeless 



furnace and an amoniated dentifrice that helps 
to combat tooth decay. 

One phase of the chief function is the lllini 
Achievement Fund, a permanent annual-gift pro- 
gram in the interests of the University. In 1949, 
the Achievement Fund set a new record among 
Big Ten schools for the number of gifts to such 
a program during its first year. Contributions 
were received from 5,07 I lllini and other friends 
of the University. 



Lloyd Morey, treasurer 



Clifton DeLong, assistant treasurer 



Amos H. Watts, vice pri \sidt nt 




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The University of 

Illinois Alumni 

Association 

The official bond between the University and 
lini alumni is the Alumni Association. The As- 
sociation publishes Illinois Alumni News and sends 
it to nearly 70,000 lllini. It assists officers with 
work of an increasingly large number o 
lini clubs, helps maintain the lllini center in 
Chicago's LaSalle Hotel, and performs hundreds 
of personal services for alumni. 

The Association records the new addresses of 
almost 90,000 llini. Some 7,000 address changes 
are made every month. 

Most recent of the sound motion pictures made 
to show alumni campus scenes and activities is 
the one concerning the famous playing, marching 
and singing Illinois football band. 

In its work to help lllini clubs over the country, 
its executives have met with scores of lllini 
groups, made talks about campus affairs, and 
have shown football movies and other Illinois films. 









Harold Pogue 
president 




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Fred H. Turner, dean of students 



The Deans 



James Hampton, assistant dean of student 
activities 



Miriam A. Sheldon, dean of women 



George H. B argh, dean of fraternity men 




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Arthur Hamilton, assistant dean of foreign students; David Wolfe, director of veterans' procurement and records; Eunice Dowse, assistant dean of resi- 
dence liall counseling ; Gerald W. Peck, assistant dean of men and director of ['hire/unit Bureau 



The deans of the University of Illinois have 
a great responsibility in providing for the welfare 
of each student. Dean of Students Fred H. Turn- 
er is the unifying and coordinating official. His 
staff consists of Associate Dean Harold S. Daw- 
son, director of placement, and Assistant Dean 
Arthur Hamilton, in charge of foreign students. 

Miss Miriam A. Sheldon, Dean of Women, has 
as her assistants Miss Agnes Tandberg, assistant 
dean of freshmen; Miss Eunice Dowse, residence 
hall counselor; Miss Mary Harrison, advisor to 



independent women and the Women's Group 
System; and Miss Mary Jane Klein, advisor to 
sorority women and the Panhellenic Council. 

Under Dean of Men, Edward E. Stafford, are 
Gerald W. Peck, assistant dean of men and di- 
rector of the Placement Bureau; V. J. Hampton, 
assistant dean of student activities; George H. 
Bargh, assistant dean of fraternity men; Richard 
E. Hulet, assistant dean of independent men; 
and David Wolfe, director of veterans' procure- 
ment and records. 



Richard E. Hulet, assistant dean of independent men; Mary E. Harrison, assistant dean of independent women; Agnes G. Tandberg. assist/ml dean of 
freshmen; Mary Jane Klein, assistant dean of sorority women 




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Navy Pier 



Chicago Undergraduate Division 



Dean Charles C. Cavitny 



In 1946 the University of Illinois established its 
now well-known Undergraduate Division at Navy 
Pier in Chicago. Here the students may have 
complete pre-professional courses of study in lib- 
eral arts and sciences, commerce and business 
administration, and engineering. Curricula in the 
professional courses of architecture, architecural 
engineering, physical education, and nursing are 
available. 

The students enrolled at Chicago have the 
same status as the students in Urbana, and are 
given priority in completing their work for de- 
grees on the downstate campus. Through its 
educational, social, and cultural program, the Di- 
vision provides its sudents with the same high 
degree of service which is a tradition of the 
University of Illinois. 



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The College of Agriculture is a direct out- 
growth of rhe Morrill Act of 1862. This legisla- 
tion became popularly known as the Land-grant 
College Act, since it provided federal support 
for state educational institutions which offered 
agriculture, mechanics, and military. The Uni- 
versity of Illinois has had a College of Agriculture 
ever since it was chartered in 1867. 

The College of Agriculture has three major 
goals: to improve the quality of the products 
grown in Illinois and the efficiency of their pro- 
duction, to advance the welfare of those engaged 
in agriculture, and to create a better understand- 
ing of the place agriculture holds in our economy. 

Courses dealing with the production, market- 
ing, processing, and utilization of food and cloth- 
ing materials are offered. The teachings of the 
College are vitalized by the work of the Experi- 
ment Station, with its hundreds of projects de- 
signed to test new practices, and by the close 
contact which members of the staff have with the 
people of the state through its Extension Service. 




Acting Deiin Robert R. H 



College of Agriculture 



Mumford Hall 





David Kinlev Hall 



College of Commerce 
and Business Administration 



Dean Paul M. Green 






The Department of Business Organization and 
Operation, the Department of Economics, the 
Bureau of Economic and Business Research, and 
the Business Management Service are the four 
main divisions in the College of Commerce and 
Business Administration that are presided over by 
Dean Paul Green. 

The major aim of Commerce and Business Ad- 
ministration is to offer a variety of courses in a 
broad curriculum which should eguip students to 
meet the problems of every-day living as well as 
for careers in business, economics, and the ad- 
ministrative branches of government. A well- 
rounded program includes basic and general 
training with opportunities for specializing in ac- 
countancy, commercial teaching, commerce and 
law, economics of public utilities, transportation, 
finance, general economics, government and bus- 
iness, economic theory, industrial administration, 
management, labor economics, statistical eco- 
nomics, and secretarial training. 



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Acting Dean Robert G. Bone 



The College of Education prepares students 
for careers in teaching, special educational serv- 
ices, and school administration. Special under- 
graduate programs are offered in industrial, agri- 
cultural, home economics, and elementary cur- 
ricula. Students have the opportunity of teach- 
ing under special supervisors in schools cooperat- 
ing with the College of Education. The Uni- 
versity High School, which serves as a laboratory 
for the college, affords opportunities for experi- 
mentation under controlled conditions. 

The College sponsors a number of annual con- 
ferences designed to meet specific problems of 
educators and other persons interested in im- 
proving the schools. Largest of these meetings 
is the Illinois Summer Education Conference held 
on the campus each June in connection with the 
regular summer sess ; on for teachers from all parts 
of the country. 



College of Education 



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College of Engineering 



Dean \V. L. Everitt 



The College of Engineering, with its nine dif- 
ferent curricula and fifteen hundred students is 
one of the largest in the University. It stresses 
four aims — aiding students to think clearly and 
accurately, giving them the fundamentals of 
sound engineering, encouraging the development 
of initiative and individuality, and affording many 
opportunities for students to put into effect the 
doctrine that one of the engineer's main func- 
tions is to contribute to effective practical action. 

Extra-curricular activities have always been 
prominent. There are a dozen student profession- 
al societies and eight honorary fraternities organ- 
ized primarily to recognize and promote scholar- 
ship. 

Dean of the College of Engineering is W. L. 
Everitt, who has served in that position since 
1949. 



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The College of Fine and Applied Arts enters 
its twenty-first year with an enrollment of twelve 
hundred students, none of whom have been here 
since the first year, and one Dean, who has served 
in that capacity since he organized the College 
twenty-one years ago. 

The College is comprised of six departments, 
and twelve curricula leading to degrees. In ad- 
dition to its formal instruction, the College offers 
numerous admission-free lectures, concerts, re- 
citals, and art exhibits. In cooperation with other 
campus departments, the College annually spon- 
sors a Festival of Contemporary Arts. 

Due largely to the efforts of Dean Rexford 
Newcomb, the University of Illinois is rated as 
one of the top schools of Architecture in the 
country. 

Dean Newcomb is a Fellow of the American 
Institute of Architects, and a member of Gar- 
goyle, Scarab, and various other honorary and 
professional societies. Dean Newcomb has been 
Dean of the College since he organized it twenty- 
one years ago. 




Dean Rexford Newcomb 



College of Fine and Applied Arts 



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Graduate College 



Acting Dean Robert E. Johns. in 




"The development of the power of independ- 
ent work and the promotion of the spirit of re- 
search," is the essential a ; m of a graduate col- 
lege, according to the late David Kinley, the first 
Graduate Dean. 

Graduate instruction at the University of Ill- 
inois began in 1902, but a separate Graduate 
School was first organized in 1906. 

After its founding, the college grew steadily 
in size and prestige, but since the end of World 
War II, the enrollment and scope of its activities 
has been phenomenal. The Graduate College is 
now the second largest in the University. In 1951, 
3954 students were enrolled in this college, and 
in 1950-5 I , it provided for 175 University fellow- 
ships. During the same year, 239 Ph.D degrees 
and 1494 Masters' degrees were granted. 

Acting Dean Johnson came to the University 
of Illinois in 1949 as Head of the Department of 
Physiology, from Chicago, where he was Director 
of an Army Research Laboratory. He is a mem- 
ber of Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi. 



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Instruction in the school of Journalism program 
includes a journalism division, including news- 
editorial work and publication management, and 
advertising and radio divisions. In 1950, the 
name of the School of Journalism was changed 
to School of Journalism and Communications to 
describe more accurately its present functions. 

The Journalism and Communications program 
at the University of Illinois is based on the convic- 
tion that the student can profit best from a 
course of study that permits him to integrate 
professional subjects with general subjects. 

The School also attempts to provide services 
for the communications industry in the state. 

Directed by Professor Frederick Kiebert, the 
School of Journalism and Communications is 
located in Gregory Hall. 



Dean Frederick Kiebert 



School of Journalism 
and Communications 



Gregory Hall 




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Altiri-lil Hall 



College of Law 



Dean Albert Harno 



The quantity of freedom and justice in a dem- 
ocracy is directly proportional to the quality of 
the law. Thus a highly trained bar is essential for 
these ideals to be realized. The main purpose of 
the College of Law is to train students to prac- 
tice law, but it also provides a valuable founda- 
tion for those entering other fields in which it is 
necessary to have a knowledge of law. 

Established in 1897, the College of Law is on 
the approved lists of the Association of American 
Law Schools and the Section of Law Education 
of the American Bar Association. Since its found- 
ing, it has pioneered for the improvement of legal 
education and for higher standards of admission 
to the United States Bar. Dean Albert Harno 
has been a leader of these movements since 1922. 



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Since 1867, when our University was incorpor- 
ated as the Illinois Industrial University, typical 
liberal arts courses have been offered. These 
courses are looked upon as basic to general edu- 
cation. The present organization of the College 
came in 1913 when the College of Literature and 
Arts merged with the College of Science. 
Through this fusion the College became the 
largest and most complex division of the Uni- 
versity. The old tradition of liberal education is 
provided for in the General Curriculum and in 
the Division of General Studies. The General 
Curriculum leads to the degrees of Bachelor of 
Arts or Bachelor of Science. The College also 
functions as a service unit for the other colleges 
offering fixed curricula in pre-professional train- 
ing for nursing, medicine, dentistry, veterinary 
medicine, law, and journalism. This training in- 
cludes work in English, foreign languages, science, 
and social science as constitutes established all- 
university or special college requirements. 




Dean Henning Larson 



College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 



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The Library 



Library School 



Dean Robert B. Downs 




Established in 1893, the University of Illinois 
Library School is the oldest library school west of 
the Alleghenies. This school was located at the 
Armour Institute of Technology in Chicago until 
the summer of 1897 when it was moved to the 
Urbana campus. 

The purpose of the Library School is to prepare 
administrators and assistants for service in public 
libraries, in libraries of schools, colleges, and uni- 
versities, and for specialized libraries. 

Both graduate and undergraduate programs 
of study are offered by the school. The under- 
graduate Library Science courses, prerequisite 
for admission to the professional courses in the 
Library School, are offered as a minor in the Col- 
lege of Liberal Arts and Sciences and the College 
of Education. The fifth year's work for the M.S. 
and L.S. Degree is the minimum academic prepar- 
ation for professional librarianship. 



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The School of Physical Education comprised of 
two departments, Physical Education for Men 
and Physical Education for Women, was estab- 
lished in 1933. Its major function is to provide 
professional training in physical education, health 
and saftey, athletic coaching, camping, recrea- 
tion, and dancing. By University regulation, all 
undergraduate students are required to secure 
four semesters' credit in physical education. 

The school is outstanding not only for its cur- 
riculum program for students, but for its program 
of fundamental research in the fields of motor 
and organic fitness and diagnostic fitness tests 
for both faculty and students. 

Seward Staley, a graduate of Springfield Col- 
lege, has served as director of the School of 
Physical Education since 1937. 



Director Seward Staley 



School of Physical Education 



Huff Gym 




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The Armory 



Division of Special Services for 
War Veterans 



Acting Director Prank Bridgewater 



The Division of Special Services for War Vet- 
erans was formed to give the greatest possible 
help to veterans who wish to enroll in the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. The Division is a new experi- 
ment in educational policy, permitting an educa- 
tional freedom which will serve best the needs 
of each student. 

Through this service, the veteran is able to 
attain an objective which includes subjects of- 
fered in several colleges. The Division directs 
the educational programs of veterans whose 
needs are not met by the curricula already exist- 
ing, and can certify these students for their 
Bachelor of Science degree. Also, the Division 
makes a study of the needs of incoming veterans 
and informs them of all the many services of the 
University. 



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The Division of University Extension, headed 
by Dean Robert Browne, is the agency responsible 
for the educational curriculum involving residents 
of the state of Illinois who are not enrolled as 
students on the University campus. Extra classes 
and correspondence courses are offered toward 
earning a degree. There are about one hundred 
seven college-level correspondence courses avail- 
able for people who wish to study at home. The 
Division is able to fulfill less than half of the 
demands for courses that are received each year. 
A number of short courses are made available 
with the cooperation of other colleges of the 
University. 

The Division also attends to the Film Library of 
the University. High schools all over the state, 
as well as other Universities, rent instructional 
films and old movies from the Extension. 




Dean Robert Browne 



Division of University Extension 



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College of Veterinary Medicine 



Dean Robert Graham 




The first course in veterinary science at our 
university was initiated in 1870, but did not lead 
to a veterinary medicine degree. Additional 
well-trained veterinarians to aid farmers in the 
control of animal diseases and to protect the pub- 
lic health from animal diseases transmissible to 
man were needed as the years progressed. As a 
result, the College of Veterinary Medicine was 
established in 1944, and a professional four-year 
course in veterinary medicine leading to a D.V.M. 
degree was activated in 1948. 

Other work of the College includes programs 
of veterinary research, extension, and graduate 
study. A disease diagnostic service and a veter- 
inary clinic and hospital service provide animal 
patients and specimens for instructional purposes. 

The College is housed in the New Veterinary 
Medicine building and the remodeled Veterinary 
Clinic Building. 

Dr. Robert Graham was appointed as dean of 
the College of Veterinary Medicine in 1945. 



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John Alpers, Jr. 
Edwjy^l Beach 




Cirilo McSween 
Robert Painti 



Irving Bemoras 


Sherwood Parker 


Richard Blake 


William Rusch 


Donald Bohrer 


Richard Smith 


James Bredar 


Robert Sonderskov 


Alfred Brosky 


William Stimart 


Norton Compton 


Robert Sullivan 


James Edwards 


William Tate 


Clive Follmer 


Richard Thies A 


Bruce Frazier 


Wayne Thoma» 


William Grosser 


Robert Vinsec 


John Leskera 


Wayne Woltman 



MA-WAN-DA 












Sara Davison 


Suzanne Ralston 


Laura Donagher 


Caroline Rees 


Grace Dittmann 


Jane Rendleman 


Rita Evans 


Roberta Rosecrans 


Darlene Guderjan 


Margaret Schlemmer 


Ethel Mae Karon 


Joyce Sternaman 


Jane Luedtke 


Jean Walker 


Kathleen McCubbin 


Ora Mae Welcher 


Laura Mollet 


Marilyn Welsch 


Rose Marie O'Neill 


Marilyn Womeldorff 



Alien Andrews 



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James Branch 
Roy Burt 
Glenn Church 
Robert Clemons 
Sheldon Cloobeck 
Joseph Corley 
Henry Cryer 
James Eustice 
James Fleischer 
Ron Heiligenstein 
Edward Jenison 
John Kerr 
Robert Kiesler 




Robert Kileen 



Richard Lane 
Robert Lenzini 



Kent McDaniel 
Kenneth MiWer . 
Lester Ness, Jr. 
Bruce Palmer M 

Donald Peterson 
James Peterson 
Gene Philbrick 
Ross Poggenpohl 
Thomas Rose 
Gerald Smith 
Russell Stackhouse 
James StewarH 
Ronald Ultes 1 




Vance Van T Jell 
Stanley Walla] 
Willie Williams 



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Janet Barker 
Mary Bills 
Nancy Bohn 
Beverly Brissenden 
Jeannine Burnier 
Nancy Claypool 
Margaret Conlin 
Betty Cook 
Charlene Coupe 
Barbara Cross 
Helga Czerner 
Mary Jane Fishel 
Mary Louise Frank 
Jeanette Gerdes 
Eileen Hall 
Georgia Hall 
Dorothy Hartigan 



Barbara Hempstead 

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Janice Jordan 

W Barbara Kampmeyer 



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Marlene Kimbark 
Camille Kirchner 
oan Kovitz 
Florence Kraabel 





Sharon Mayhall 
Virginia Mersbac 
Mary Lou Mill 
Sabra Mills 
Anne Moyat 
Mary Jane Nelson 




Anne Novosad 

Nancy Popel 

Velma Riley 

Patricia Robinson 

Shirley Rodine 

Suzanne Roe 
Elizabeth Scott 
Carol Seibert 
Dolores Siegert 
Shirley Smith 
Joan Solomon 
Caryl Towsley 
Gloria Trader 
Barbara Victor 
Jean Weiss 
Susan Woods 




Paul Aney 
Senior Recreational Manager 





]>ob Olander 
Director of Donas, Dliui Union 




The Student Senate is the student's represen- 
tative. It's purposes are to promote the general 
welfare of the student body and to work with 
the Committee on Student Affairs to exercise 
general policy making authority over student 
affairs. 

The Student Senate is composed of thirty-nine 
members. Twenty-one are elected in general 
elections by the student body. The major cam- 
pus activities and housing groups ere represented 
by the remaining eighteen who act as ex-officio 
members. 

By-laws, Finance, Public Relations, Internation- 
al Activities, Student Life, and Coordination are 
the permanent committees, but any student is 
free to sponsor legislation, to attend the meet- 
ings, or to speak before the group. 



James Edwards, president 



Student Senate 



Top row: Jennis Bapst, Gordon Williams. .Tame.- Montgomery, Robert, Armstrong, R03 Small. Robert Painter. Robert Rankin, William Stimart. Frank 

Clark, Donald Horton 
Second row: Merle .Miller, Barbara Krueger, .lames Gill, Manfred Brust, Thomas Caldwell. Donald Bohrer, Paramesh Ray Phyllis Hasse, Steve Wolf- 

berg, Robert Sonderskov 
Bottom row: Thomas lVlke. Darlene Svoboda, Lucille Muzzarelli, Margaret Dolan, Thomas Rose, Audrey McCubbui, Joyce Chalcraft, James Edwards, 

John William- 




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Freshman Council — Standing: William Graham, Robert Hall, Donald Kane, Sara Barry, Bruce McNaughton, Boberl Emmons 

Seated: Joanne Lucey, Nina Collins, Stanford Glass, Paul Hayes, Enid Weinstein, Jeanne Brunkow, Joan Lundstrcm 





Thomas Kos.'. chairmai 



It is the responsibility of the Coordination Com- 
mittee to coordinate all general University pro- 
grams and events sponsored by student organ- 
izations with emphasis on the prevention of con- 
flicts and unwarranted competition. The Coordi- 
nation Committee exercises control over the fol- 
lowing organizations in particular: lllini Theatre 
Guild, lllini Union, Campus Chest, lllini Board 
of Control, Concert and Entertainment Board, 
Freshman Council, men's and women's athletics, 
and the various housing groups. The Committee 
considers petitions and schedules the time and 
place for programs and events. Budgets for Uni- 
versity functions, the handling of tickets, and an 
annual calender of events are also subject to this 
committee. 



Coordination Committee 



Seated: Donald Horton, Robert Painter. Donald Bohrer, Dean Hampton, Roberl Rankin, Thomas Rose, Alice Cramer, Margarel Dolan, Prof. Walter 
Johnson, Robert Armstrong, Prof. Roberl Mitchell 



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The Committee on Student Affairs is a part 
of the University Senate. Its nine faculty mem- 
bers are appointed by the Student Senate. In 
policy matters it is responsible to the University 
senate, and in administration it serves as an ad- 
visory group to the dean of students. The pri- 
mary duties of the committee are to prevent 
extra-curricular activities from encroaching on 
the curricular field; to assist students in setting up 
a plan of self-government; to assist students in 
the management of their activities and encour- 
age personal responsibility; and to help maintain 
safe, moral and healthful living conditions. 

The committee in collaboration with the stu- 
dent senate writes the "Code on Student Af- 
fairs," the regulations under which all student 
activities operate. 




Professor Hugh Wales, chairTnan 



Committee on Student Affairs 



Standing: Donald Bohrer, Audrey McCubbin, Barbara Krueger, Prank Clark 

Seated: Karl Gardner, .lames Edwards, Thomas Rose, Prof. Natalia Belting, Edward Stafford, Prof. Hugh Wales. Robi 
nedy, Paramesh Kay. Dean Miriam Shelden, Jennie Bapst 



,-i Mitchell, Capt. William Ken 




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Ton roe: Susan Boyd. Joseph Taback, William Keller. Susan Olmstead. Ebevhard Vischer, Jeanett© Biedo, William Perry, Mania Leuchter, Karl 

Berlsliiemer 
Bottom rote: Audrey Rosenberg, Donald Lasser, treasurer; Jane <iray. secretary; Glenn Church, vice president: Janet White, president; Shirley Mc- 

\ icar, Joan Kiris. Valerie Kilburn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences Council facilitates 

student-faculty relations 



Student Organization Fund " u n dent s 



funds of 200 
organizations 



Top roe ; Gordon Ropp, Wesley Knight, Ross Poggenpohl 

Bottom row: Marilyn Meyer. Ralph Butler, Lyle Bahlenburg, advisor 




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Top row: Emerson Cammack, advisor; Robert Musi. William Cullen, Duane Yetter, Joel Meisles, Richard Coffelt 
Second row ■ Charles Larson, Arthur Nordenberg, Roberl Shaw. Arlene Locketz, Diane Zaremba 

Bottom row: Mary Jo Shinn, Dorothy Perdue, secretary; Charles Covey, Bice president; Robert Stedronsky, president; Edward B 
Baskes 



arher, treasurer; Roger 



Baskes 
Not in panel: Robert Painter, Roger Tompkins, Albert Dietrick 



Commerce Council provides professional, social, and ed- 
ucational services for commerce students 



Engineering Council ?£ 



promotes closer cooperation among 
various engineering societies 



Top roiv : John Fortman, William Bratschun, Sidney Herman. William Fuzzi, James Kaar, Albert Law 

Second row: Duane Loofbourrow, William Rohaly, Robert Delcour, Erie Aagard. Clyde Young, Daniel Schoeberle, Michael Zihal 

Bottom row : Robert Anderson, Lee Grossman, Leslie Maxedon, Bruce Cook. Kenneth Anderson. Allen Vejar 

Not in panel: James Xerikos, Herbert Hormsiher, John Burns, John Powell 




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Rl< li.-ii.l Ulake, president 



The Interfraternity Council governs and 
supervises all social fraternities at the Uni- 
versity. Under the guiding hand of Dean 
George Bargh, the council governs inter- 
fraternity policies concerned with the gen- 
eral welfare, social, scholastic, and recrea- 
tional activities of the member houses. 

The Board of Fraternity Affairs advises 
and works with the council. This board is 
composed of three staff fraternity men, 
three local fraternity alumni, and five under- 
graduate officers of the council. 

The Illinois council is the largest and oldest 
such group in the United States. The fifty- 
six national fraternities are represented by 
a junior and senior from each house. The 
weekly meetings provide for disseminating 
constructive ideas. Council functions are 
effected by the following committees: ac- 
tivities, judicial, pledge training, scholarship, 
house managers, rushing, intramurals, pro^ 
gram, public relations, and executive. 



Interfraternity Council 



Executive Council — Standing : Edward Collins, Phi Kappa Psi, secretary; William Prichard, Phi Kappa Psi, sergeant <ii arms; Donald Boruszak, Phi 
Epsilon I'i: Wendell Doolittle, Phi Kappa Tau; Frank Clark. Delta Sigma Phi; James Boruszak, Phi Epsilon I'i : Arthur Stoddard, Chi Psi, treas- 
urer; Donald Horton, Alpha Chi Rho : Donald Carlson. Delia Kappa Epsilon; John Thompson, Phi Gamma Delta; Robert Kiesler, Simna Alpha 
Mm Ronald Meadows, Sigma Chi 

Seated: Kenneth Jacobs, Kappa Delta Rho, vice president; Richard Ulake. Delta Kappa Epsilon, president; George Bargh, assistant dean o) men 





Interfrate 



ACACIA 
Samuel Peak 
David Dixon 

ALPHA CHI RHO 

Donald Horton 
Ronald Elores 

ALPHA DELTA PHI 
John Reeder 
Thomas Stifler 

ALPHA KPSILOX ]'l 
Norton Gold 
Maynard Rowe 

ALPHA GAMMA RHO 
Calc Taylor 
Raundle Ericson 

ALPHA KAPPA LAMBDA 
Charles Blomquist 
ALPHA PHI ALPHA 
Herbert Gibson 

ALPHA RHO CHI 
Leigh Zarse 
Alberl Francik 

ALPHA SIGMA PHI 
Harold Gagel 
John Torrillo 

ALPHA TATT OMEGA 
Alan Peters 
James Buescher 

BETA THETA PI 
Ronald Peterson 
John Cartland 

CHI PHI 
liruno Brn/.gulis 
Ronald Gunther 

CHI PSI 
Arthur Stoddard 
Steve Anderson 

COSMOPOLITAN 
MoKahm Sardhn 



DELTA CHI 
Philip Flick 
James Crossley 

DELTA KAPPA KPSILOX 
James Penn 
Donald Carlson 

DELTA PHI 
Lloyd Iverson 

DELTA SIGMA PHI 

Prank Clark 
David Templeton 

DELTA SIGMA PI 
Ma.\ nord Niehnr 
DELTA TAP DELTA 
John Shankwiler 
Noel Taney 
DELTA Pl'SILOX 
Tenney Boyer 

FARMHOUSE 
Fred Cooper 

Joseph Stetson 

KAPPA ALPHA PSI 
Delon Hamilton 
James Montgomery 

KAPPA DELTA RHO 
Harold Kietveld 
Robert Jacobson 

KAPPA SIC.MA 
Charles Larson 
John Berry 

LAMBDA (HI ALPHA 
Donald Cordon 
David Hill 

PHI DELTA THETA 
Jerry Felmley 
Charles Shepherd 

PHI KPSILOX PI 
James Boruszak 
Donald Boruszak 



PHI GAMMA DELTA 
John Thompson 
Thomas Felke 

PHI KAPPA 
Charles Wolfenberger 

PHI KAPPA PSI 
Warren Woltman 
Edward Collins 

I'll I KAPPA SIGMA 
Ralph Grauer 
Fred Tait 

I'll I KAPPA TAP 
John Thompson 
Charles Gautschy 

PHI SIGMA DELTA 
Jerome Shaffer 

PHI SIGMA KAPPA 
John Elliot 

PI KAPPA ALPHA 
Roberl Webb 
Fred Werno 

PI KAPPA PHI 
John Mehlenbacher 
Donald Freund 

PI LAMBDA PHI 

Myron Levj 
Pinion Palmer 

PSI Pl'SILOX 

Robert Fairbanks 

Robert Maxey 

SIGMA ALPHA EPSILOX 

Robert Albrech) 

SIGMA ALPHA MU 
Harvey ( ireenstein 
.Merlon Silbar 

SIGMA CHI 

Ronald Meadows 
Bryon West 



SIGMA NO 
William (iratian 
William Snter 
SIGMA Pill DELTA 
Jerald Conroy 
Edward Ka/.uk 
SIC.MA PHI KPSILOX 
Raj 1'ioi'kman 
Edward Hendricks 
SIGMA PI 
Lester Ness 
William Faude 
TAP DELTA Pill 
Norman Perlmutter 
TAU EPSILOX PHI 
Roberl Jaffee 
Eddie Randell 
TAP KAPPA EPSILOX 
Joseph Friblev 
William O'Day 
THETA CHI 
Gerald Dempsey 
THETA DELTA CHI 
Bennett Humphrey 
James McCormack 
THETA KAPPA PHI 
Donald Jelinek 
THETA XI 
Donald Pullen 
Clarence Rogers 
TRIANGLE 
Richard Evanson 
Stuart Boyle 
WITAXSH [RE 

James Peterson 

ZETA PSI 
Loren Mann 
Richard Kirk 
ZETA BETA TAU 
Stephen Wolfberg 
Benjamin Borowsky 




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Ethel Mae Karon, president 



Panhellenic is the governing body of the 
sororities at the University of Illinois. It 
strives to achieve a closer cooperation and 
a higher scholastic standing among the or- 
ganized women. 

The presidents' council, which is com- 
posed of the chapter presidents and the ex- 
ecutive council, makes up the two govern- 
ing bodies. The departments covered by 
Panhellenic are social, scholarship, rushing, 
pledge, activity, public relations, and Shi Ai. 

Junior Panhellenic, which familiarizes the 
pledges with the organization and operation 
of the organization, is composed of pledge 
presidents. 

In addition to its other activities, the 
Council sponsors the Fall Pledge Banquet 
and the annual Panhellenic Ball. 



Panhellenic Council 



Panhellenic Executive Committee — Standing: Caroline Cramer, Phi Mn, senate representative; Sharon Mavhall, Pi Beta Phi, Shi Ai president; Josephine 
App, Alpha Chi Omega, pledge chairman; Susan Smith. Sigma Kappa, assistant pledge chairman; Joan Harrison, Delta Gamma, assistant social 
chairman; Nancy MeCarty, Kappa Delia, assistant scholarship chairman; Rose O'Neill, Chi Omega, rushing chairman; Darlene Svoboda, Theta 
Upsilon, assistant activity chairman; Donna .lean Simenson, Kappa Kappa Gamma, social chairman; Janiee Jordan, Alpha Chi Omega, assis- 
tant rushing chairman; Patricia Robinson, Delta Gamma, scholarship chairman; Joan Bruder, Gamma Phi Beta, activity chairman; Betty Berryhill, 
Kappa Alpha Theta, public relations chairman 

Seated: Delores Drennan, Alpha Chi Ometra. secretary; Barbara Krneser. Kappa Alpha Theta. rice president: Ethel Mae Karon, Sigma Delta Tan, 
president; Janet Wisely, Kappa Kappa Gamma, treasurer: Dean Mary Jane Klein, Panhellenic advisor 




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Sorority President* — Top row: Barbara Bennett, Kappa Kappa Gamma; Beverly Dady, Delta Gamma; Mary Mifflin, Delta Delta Delta: Genevieve 
Gould, Kappa Delta; Lois Enright. Theta Upsilon ; Carol Seibert, Pi Beta Phi; Jane Funkhouser. Chi Omega: Doris Adamson, Alpha Omicron Pi: 
Virginia Bitson, Sigma Kappa; Ferol Martin, Delta Zeta ; Jean Ann Pierce, Alpha Kappa Alpha: Miriam Ernst. Alpha Gamma Delta; Ann Younger- 
man, Delta Phi Epsilon; Jeannien Gustavison, Gamma Phi Beta 

Bottom row: Francis Little, Kappa. Alpha Theta; Nina Swain, Delia Sigma Theta; Elizabeth Palmer. Alpha Phi; Joyce Donner, Alpha Chi Omega: 
Caroline Cramer. Phi Mil ; Helga Czerner, Sigma Delia 'Pan: Ethel Mae Karen, president; Beverly Brown. Alpha tielta Pi: Barbara Schoeffin, Theta 
Phi Alpha : Zora Dorfman, Phi Sigma Sigma ; Rita Evans, Zeta Tau Alpha; Barbara Calisch, Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Not in panel : Helen Iininonen, Alpha Xi Delta 



Pledge. Presidents — Top row : Martha Kosebraugh, Alpha Omicron Pi; Helen McFarland, Alpha Gamma Delta: Barbara Mangier. Kappa Kappa Gamma; 

Susan Vibert, Delta Zeta; Marjorie Wiegand. Sigma Kappa: Lucille Higgins. Delia Sigma Theta; Mary Hilton, Kappa Alpha Theta; Carol Mae 

Godey, Phi Mil : Sara Barry, Chi Omega : Betty Bright, Alpha Chi Omega : Gloria Cohen, Did I a Delta Delta 
Bottom row: Eleanor Kraus, Kappa Delta: Barbara Nelson, Alpha Phi; Elizabeth Yanson Gamma Phi Beta; Joan Sears. Zeta Tau Alpha ; Judith Finn. 

Delta Gamma; Martha Hynds, Pi Beta Phi; Iris Fegenhols, Alpha Epsilon Phi; Gloria Berger, Phi Sigma Sigma: Ann Nemeroff, Delta Phi Epsilon; 

Janet Schmitt, Alpha Delta Pi 




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Left, Officers — Standing: Robert 
Rankin. Jennis Bapst, senators 

Seated: Ross Poggenpohl, treasurer; 
Robert Vinsec, president; Donald 
Baird, vice president; Robert Fos- 
naugh, secretary 



Men's Independent Association 



The Men's Independent Association is a repre- 
sentative body of the independent men on cam- 
pus. This student organized administrative body 
enables the independent men to influence forrnu- 
lative policies affecting student welfare. Each 
organized house of four or more residents, sends 
a student to the representative council. 

Incentives and opportunities in all fields of stu- 



dent activity aid independents and are provided 
by M.I. A. Trophys are awarded for scholastic 
achievements, participation in intramural sports, 
and leadership in the various recreational pro- 
grams. M.I. A. also has maintained a very active 
membership in the National Independent Student 
Association. 



Faculty Advisory Board — Standing : Joseph Ewers, Charles Bowman, Richard Hnlet 
Seated: Herber Parber, Calvin Sifferd, Karl Seyler 





Executive Committee — Standing: Dean Richard Hulet, Robert Goben, Gilbert Callahan, Gordon Cash. Robert Rankin, Marlyn Gieseking, James Elling- 

son, Robert Vinsec, Dean Earl Leyler, Stuart Devore 
Seated: Ross Poggenpohl, Donald Baird, Robert Fosnaugh, .tennis Bapst, Bruce I'eeke 



Monday Conned — To/i row: Gerald Totall. Gordon Richards, Ross Poggenpohl, Charles Rezac, Dale Reese. John Jones. Errol Johnson. Richard Hanson, 

James Swift, William Wood, William Holladay, Arthur Witte 
Third row: Jennis Bapst, John Mueller, Ronald Davis, Wayne Rhoades, Kent McDaniel, Herbert Blodgett, Robert Rankin, James Ellingson. Robert 

Jordan, Raymond Kozak, Ronald Howard, Bennett Dillon. Ronald Peterson. Robert Brown 
Second row: Robert Posnaugh, Gilbert Callahan, Donald Jones, Richard Day, Kenneth Prescher, Kenneth Krueger, Peter Ferguson, Franklin Kuo, 

Theodora Husek, Gerald Hirsch, Edward Levin, William Devore, John Perry, Dean Richard Hulet 
Bottom row: Leland Thompson, Gordon ('ash, Donald Baird, Marlyn Gieseking, Bruce Peeke. Robert Vinsec, Stuart Devore. Donald Adkisson, Robert 

Largent, Jolin Heiken, Francis Wachi, Ralph Madsen 




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Audrey McCubbin, president 



The independent women on campus, liv- 
ing in residence halls and organized houses, 
are united in the Women's Group System. 
House representatives and presidents con- 
stitute the council which discusses activities 
and campus events. 

The purpose of WGS is to promote high- 
er scholastic standing and to aid freshmen 
in their problems and interests. Annual 
events are the Watcheka Sing, Mother's 
Day luncheon, and scholarship and atcivity 
teas at which awards are presented to out- 
standing houses and individual girls. WGS 
helps sponsor activities in cooperation with 
the Men's Independent Association, and 
both publish the newspaper, Indee. 



Women's Group System 



Executive Council: Janet White, freshman advisor; Joyce White. Carol Firch, Dorothy Mielke, social chairman; Mary Danaher, secretary; Donna Green, 
vice president; Audrey McCubbin, president; Miss Man Harrison, advisor; Margaret Dolan, Caryl Towsley, scholarship chairman; Frances Adams, 
activity chairman; Velma Riley 

.Vo.'; in. panel: Joyce Bolton, public relations chairman; Dolores Siegert, treasurer 




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ir.(r'..s'. Souse Presidents — Top row: Anne Potthast, Valerie Ziska, Janette Bernhardt, Joyce Marcus, Roberta Russell, Donna Drew, .Miriam Arentsen, 

Shirley Jorgensen, Hetty Perlmutter, Marilyn Minks. Joan Gold, Ursula Frankel, JoAnne Saline. Anna Bozis 
Second run-: Delores Pinks.tpn, Juva Cunningham, Donna Harmsen, Alice Lakey, Ruth Sabine, Margaret Rigsbey, Eileen Grigalunas, Ruth Greener, 

Carol Hodges. Dolores Sfegert, Hetty Priggie, Dorothy Sylling, Audrey Sonberg 
Bottom row: Marie Hedeen. Mary McCue, Frieda VVallk, Louise Rosengard, Carmen Cunningham, Barbara Hill, Jean Dodd, Darlene Guderjan, Florence 

Schwartz, Lila Rhodes, Dons Sandlund 



)V.a.S. Freshman Board — Top row: Janet White. Bette Hammond, Marilyn Gillison, Charmian Clem. Carol Patterson, Mary Campbell, Joan Cold. 

Gloria Andrews, Lisa Galam, Carol Lundin, Martini McQuown 
Third row: Reta Miller. Marilyn Mehlenbacher, Nancy Greene. Susan Boyd, Jacqueline Aldridge, Mary Scherdin, Marlyn Ebert, Marion Dans. Jean 

Kruger, Alberta Wolff 
Second row: Mary Harrison, advisor; Lolita Woodard, Marilyn Nelson. Susan Greenfield, Beverly Salzman, Helene Kaplan. Joan Lundstrom 
Bottom roir : Editlia, Collymore, Marianna Wood. Gwendolyn Cantrell, Carol Firch, .Mary Florio, Nina Nilsson, Marianne Casey 




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Committee Standing: Wallaco Reynolds, Robert Randall, John Wier, Clifford 

Beatty, Ross Poggenpohl, Doanld Jessen, co-chairman 
Seated: Dunn:', Vetter, Prances . Vilnius, co-chairman; Polly Sanders, Beverly Brissen- 

den, Lois Johnson, Marjorle Headley 




All-Ag Field Day 



Presented by the Home Economics and 
Agriculture clubs, this annual event re- 
sulted in another huge success. Contests 
highlighted the day with egg-throwing, 
pant-patching, potato sack races, and 
corn-shucking, actively participated in by 
the students. Prof. Karl Gardner won the 
faculty "prettiest legs on south campus" 
contest. Muscle bound teams from Farm- 
house and Alpha Gamma Rho took part 
in a tug of war. The traditional dance 
this year, "Fall Frolic," ended the festivi- 
ties with Helen Pierce and Daryle Tegeder 
being crowned king and queen of the day. 



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Senior Ball 



Committee — Barbara Katz. John Dau, Patricia McNeil, Mary Schaeflein, co-chairman; Glenn Ekman, 
man; Jean Foyer, Donald Boyd 



The Senior Class of 1952 held their traditional 
ball in the Grand Ballroom of the lllini Union 
Building on May 9. 

"Pathway Through the Past" set the theme for 
this spring formal. Trellised roses formed the 
background for dancing to the popular music of 
Griff Williams and his orchestra. 

Although the committee had to overcome 
many difficulties, they were, nevertheless, able 
to put on a successful dance to be long remem- 
bered by all those attending. This committee was 
guided by co-chairmen Mary Schaeflein and 
Glenn Ekman. 





Junior competition 

Hats off to the queen 




The Hoof and Horn Club of the Agricul- 
ture College sponsored a Society Horse 
Show for Dads Day entertainment in lieu 
of the annual Little International. The show 
was a huge success with a sell-out crowd. 
Over one hundred horses from four states 
were entered in the show and represented 
both Western and Society classes. An in- 
nationally known sheep-dog act was staged 
during the intermission. 

This year's show was glamorized by seven 
beautiful University coeds acting as queen 
and court. Miss Carol Patterson reigned as 
Queen. 



Beauties and the lieast.s 




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Panhellenic Ball 



'Ideal" sorority girls 



An "Enchanted Voyage on the S. S. Pan- 
hell" was this year's theme for the Panhell- 
enic ball, held on November 21st. Ray An- 
thony's celebrated orchestra supplied the 
music for the capacity crowd at Huff gym. 

To carry out the nautical idea, an enormous 
replica of the steamship "Panhel" occupied 
the center of the floor with a blue spotlight 
focused on the ship. Life preservers with 
the sorority names were placed around the 
wall of the gym. Highlights of the evening 
were the presentation of the "Ideal" sorori- 
ty girls and the latest rage, "The Bunny 
Hop." 





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The lllini Union 





Vernon Kretschmer, directot 



Union Ad, 
Bottom n, 



Is self supporting 

Provides guest rooms 

Sponsors lllini Union Book Store 

Operates campus Lost and Found 

Offers recreation facilities 

Maintains food services 

Operates checkrooms 

Houses campus Information Office 

Reserves space for all campus meetings 

Is center of student activities 

inistration — Top row: Alice Hurt. Arthur Sawyer, Robert McNabb, Earl Finder, Irene Pierson 
: Martha Irwin, Vernon Kretschmer, Stella Cameron, Charles Wert/. 



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Administration 



Joan Talc, secretary to treasurer; Ralph Butler, treasurer; Charles 
Andrews, assistant treasurer 



Union Board — Top row: Stuart Devore, Irene Pierson, Ralph Butler, James Boruszak, Robert Olander, Robert Mayer, Charles Bowen, Helen Brennan, 

Donna Green 
Bottom, ron-: Delores Drennan. Sherwood Parker, Marilyn Kearns, Donald Bohrer, Professor Hurry Fuller. Joyce Sternanian. Vance Van Tassell, Orpha 

Crook, Marilyn Welsch 




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Department of Union Affairs 




Major Chairmen — Standing: Donald Maylath, Ber- 
nard Borman, Donald Powell 
Seated : Helga ( V.erner. Donald Whitsitt, Janet LefE 



Upper right: Sub-chairmen — Standing: Ronald 
Kampwirth, Mary McClellan, Elmer Hendricks, 
Donald Maylath, Joan Dodds 

Seated: Jane Marsik, Patricia Burt, Betty Keefer, 
Diann Hansen 

Lower right: Sub-chairmen — Standing: Nina Tem- 
ple, Elmer Hendricks. Donald Nagel, Claris Bee- 
son 

Seated: Walter Dieckamp, Diane Johnson. James El- 
son, Patricia Burt 

Below: Sub -eh airmen — Standing: Martha Cluverius, 
Claris Beeson, Irvin Lawfer, Lois G-anschow, 
Barbara Ahrens 

Seated: Margaret Quish. Joanne Hagnauer Dolores 
Holmes, Phyllis Birtwell 

Not in panel: Marilyn Miller, Stanley Kouth 






Department of Dance 



Major Chairmen: Mary Heatherly. Ira Weinberg, 
Susan Smith _ ,, _ 

Not in panel: Joan Kovitz, Nancy Popdl, Suzanne 
Wood 



Upper right: Sub-chairmen — Standing: Warren Wex- 
ler, ' Robert Kadnik, Constance Cryder, (Tail 
Thwing „ _ . 

Seated: Joan Devries, Marilyn Mumraa, Patricia 
Firebaugh, Doris Simonson 

Lower right: Sub-chairmen Standing: William 
Coverdale, Elmer Hendricks. Benjamin Farnum, 
Donald Boruszak . 

Seated: Nina Temple, .loan Devries, Lois hunt-lit 

Not in. panel: Geraldine Dillon 

Below: Sub-chairmen — Standing: James Elson, Ann 
Sternberg, Ralph Rosengarden, Mary Marmion, 
Pranklyn Willey . . 

Seated: -loan Drucker, Nancy Bohn, Patricia iitz- 
patrick, Judith Konneker 

Not in panel: Marilyn Werner, Norman Lefton 




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Department of Recreation 



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< >rpha Crook, director 



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Maim- Chairmen — Standing: Walter Dieckamp, Chili 

Sah 
Seated: Betty Terhnne. Nancy Barrow, Martha Large 
Xut in panel: Donald Bradshaw 



Upper left: Sub-chairmen — standing: Joan Holin, 

Bertil Mattson 
Seated: Thielma Tirol. Betty McDougall 

Lower left: Sub-chairmen — Standing: James Elson, 

Leslie Ator, Donald Powell 
Seated: Constance Cryder, Betty Johnson 

Below: Sub-chairmen — Standing: Ralph Fessenden, 

Sheldon Fisher. Donald Maylalh 
Seated: William Devore. Judith Desch, Josephine Leaf 
Xut in panel: Rita Kalter, James Friend, Arnold 
Berkowitz 




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Department of Fine Arts 




Upper right: Sub-chairmen — Standing : Robert Wil- 
liams. Norman Lefton 
Seated: Kay Bigler, Ira Boyar 

Lower right: Sub-chairmen — Standing: Gregorio 

Zolko 
Seated: Claris Becson, Patricia Fitzpatrick 
Not in panel . John Si rout 

Belou Sub-chairmen ^Standing: Ronald Kamp- 

wirth 
Seated. Jean Smith, Doris Simonson 





Department 
of International Affairs 




Major Chairmen: Carol Seihert. Janice Rosenlier_', 

Gregorio Zolko, Claris Beeson 
Sat in panel: Robert Reefer 



Upper left: Sub-chairmen — Standing: Alan Eirin- 

berg, Donald Edwards, Robert Kelly 
Seated: .loan Tate. Carol Peterson 

Lower left: Sub-chairmen — Standing : Samuel Sax, 
Thomas Harvey. Helen limnonen, John Humes 

Seated: .Tune Weiland, Janice Hackbarth, Minnie 
Machetta 







Department of Student and 
Alumni Relations 





Irene Pierson, social director 



ini Union Social Directors 



Social director and assistants: William Bierbaum, Patricia Wirth, Irene Pierson, Robert Alexander 




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Miliar Chairmen — Standing: Roy Burt, John McLaughlin, Robert Sonderskov, Laurence Staples 

Grace Snyder, Peter Jensen 
Seated: Diane Campbell, Jane Luedtke, Shelley Chase, Mary Gerdes 



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Chest 



Jane Luedtke. co-chaii 



Campus Chest, a comparatively new or- 
ganization on campus, was established at 
the University of Illinois to consolidate the 
inconvenience of individual student and 
faculty donations to numerous charities. 

Each fall a general fund drive is conduct- 
ed which includes contributions to all of the 
major charities. The proceeds from this, as 
well as from Spring Carnival, are allocated 
to charities recommended by the Allocation 
and Advisory Board, which is composed of 
representatives from major student organi- 
zations on campus. 

A book and clothing drive, and an or- 
phanage Christmas party are other events 
in the Chest's yearly program which serve 
to keep all eighty members busy. 



Sub -chairmen — Standing : 
Seated: Suzanne Cuthbert, 



roanne Hagnauer, John Kitch, Patricia Firebaugh, William Gray, Leslie Ator, Ralph Grauer, Vera Saline. John Rooney 
Donna Wilson, Patricia Moore, Lorraine Borman, Carol Osborn, Barbara Gates, Judith Listeman, Cai-ol Brown 




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Y. W. C A 






Laura Donagher, president 






Executive Council — Top row: Jean Migley, -lean Weiss. .Mary MacTaggart, Barbara Victor 
Bottom row: Betty Cook, Patricia Haselwood, Laura Donagher, Carolee Little 




College women are provided with oppor- 
tunities to serve in fields ranging from com- 
munity social service to international affairs 
through the Young Women's Christian As- 
sociation. 

The activities of this group are based 
upon the universal "Y" program formula — 
worship, study, and action. They try to 
meet every possible interest in such a way 
that a successful balance of study and ac- 
tion is attained. 





Freshman Camp Counselors 



cabinet — Top row: Elisabeth Gregoric, Babette Waldman, Vivian Adams, Eva Woodall, Betty Vance, Judith Lindstrom, Gene Stimart, Margaret Conlin, 
Suo Anderson, Doris Drew, Shirley Rodine, Shirley Smith, Frances Little. Donna Corydon, Carol Peterson. Clare Siewert 

Bottom row: Pat. Michelman, program director; Mary MacTaggart, Barbara Victor, Carolee Little. Laura Donagher, Patricia Hasehvood, Jean Weiss, 
Jean Migley, Betty Cook, Eureath White, executive director 

Not in panel: Mary Kent, Barbara Krueger, .lane Theim, Elaine Skadberg, Eleanor Larson. Mary Frank. Shirley Wennerstrand, Lynda Conch, Patricia 
Scott, -lean Walker, Knth Nelson 





Mock voting 



Y. M. G A 



"Open House" of the University of Illinois 
campus is the Y.M.C.A. A body of more than 
twenty student committees keeps the "Y" keyed 
to the student body interest. Professional staff 
members, students, and faculty work together 
to serve the campus and community. 

The "Y" sponsors a wide program to aid in- 
coming students and is a pioneer and campus 
leader in its international student program. It 



also publishes the "I" book, a directory which 
supplies students with information concerning the 
University. 

The Kaeser Room provides a social meeting 
room for recreation and snacks. Facilities such 
as the modern dark room, the magazine reading 
room, and the lounges contribute to the 
Y.M.C.A.'s student and faculty appeal. 



y.M.C.A Cabinet Tup row: Harold rngalls, John Price, Gordon Leach, David Dixon, Donald Koehn, Delmar Wedel, Jack Kerridge 
Third row: Wayne Woody. Porter Womeldorfr', .lames Bridgeland, Wally Paster, Jack Andrews. Donald Novak. David Ward 
Second row: Richard Tarrant, William Novak. Thomas 'lav lor. Prank Burr, William Turner 
Bottom row: Richard Merchant, Richard Thies, Bruce Palmer, lay Larson 
.YoS in panel: William Blaine, Charles Rickets, Robert Sewell 





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Debaters and Executive Council — Top row: Alan Strong, David Rerlo. Carl Barnharl 
Third row: .Stanford Class, Trula Larson, .loan Bunnell, Gerald Reese, Philip Mahin 
Second row: William Metzger, Thomas (Matter, Elaine Zidell, John Leskera, John 

Pfeiffer 
r.nttitin. row: David Gray, Martin Leance, recording secretary; ( 'la i l> Cook, president; 

Joyce Chaleraft, corresponding secretary; Jeannette Biedo, George Phillips, vice 

president 
Not in panel: Marjorie McCormick 



Association 



The lllini Forensic Association is open to any 
student on the University of Illinois campus who 
is interested in developing his speaking ability. 
The aim of the Forensic program is not only to 
improve speaking ability, but also to arouse in- 
terest in current events. 

In addition to regular intercollegiate debates, 
the Forensic program includes a weekly Student 



Forum on station WILL concerning national and 
campus problems, monthly Parliamentary De- 
bates on current topics of interest, and a speech 
workshop for students who want to improve their 
general speaking ability. 

An executive council of students, with advice 
from faculty members, manages the Forensic As- 
sociation. 



Top row: Prof. Halbert, Gulley, Robert Scott. John Pennington, Louis Schliselfeld, .Madonna Miller, Clarence Teagarden, John Strong, William Graham, 
Carl Barnhart, Robert Phillips 

Fourth row: Earl Kesler. Robert Tomasson, Eugene Maynard, Richard Leiser 

Third row: Thomcs Pinfgeld, Faozy Tenn, Marjorie McCormick, William I'hillis, Richard Kirchberg, .Maureen Murphy, Patricia Monroe. Joyce Chal- 
eraft, Janet Cox. Lucille Buzelli, Terez Miller, Joan Bonnell 

Second row: Elaine Zidell, Alan Strong, Mannis Harvard. Eleanor Bohacek, Jack Leskera, Thomas Clatter. Trula Larson. Phillip Mahin, Arthur Floyd, 
John Howard 

Bottom row: David Berlo, (Jail) Cook. William Metzger, Stanford Glass, David Cray. Earl Rubin, Gerald Reese. John Pfeiffer, George Philips, Martin 
Leance 





Robert Wold, associate edito 
Caroline Rees, associate editor 



Top row: Sarah Dienst, Jacquelyn Gale, Robert Gebhart, Myron Weiner, Dolores Brence 
Second row . Carole Truckenbrod, Betty Priggie, Sara ECnodell, Susan Olmsted, Vera Saline 
Bottom row . Janice Sieben, Emiiy Ward, Ann Keith, Carol Andrews. Mary Jackson, Lynda Couch 

ZV'oi in panel: ('and Krause Gail Furnall, Eric Stallin. Robert Carper, Dorothy Rosecrans, Clara Downs, Marshall Blankenship, Gwendolyn Tyner, 
Constance Kull, Mary Malantis 



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io Editorial Staff 



The 1952 lllio editorial staff under the 
leadership of editor, Richard Smith, and as- 
sociate editors, Caroline Rees, Wanda Bash, 
and Robert Wold, have organized this an- 
nual showing life on the campus of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois. These senior editors plan 
the work of the lllio. 

The lllio is composed of six sections, Ac- 
tivities, Chicago Campus, Organizations, 
Residences, Seniors, and Sports, which are 
supervised by eleven junior editors. These 
junior editors direct and plan the work for 
the Freshman and Sophomore staff members 
who type, file, crop pictures, write copy and 
plan layouts. The Freshmen and Sophomores 
are trained at a workshop held in the spring. 






Top row. James Stewart, Frank Laraia, Sara I.mi Mefford, Jane Wolfersheim, Phyllis Birtwell, Phyllis Bellamy, Joann Scoggins, Ronald Ayotte 

Third rou Joan Johnson, Audrey Kutilek, Marilyn Gaiischow, Carolyn Meyer, Margorie Willke, Carol Coulter, 1-ois Mora, Jimmie Polley 

Second row: Judy Martin, Arlene Elliotte, Carol Phillippe, Margaret Francis, Patricia Larsen, Vivienne Rose, Carol Peteflsh, James Lemke 

Bottom row: Jean Dinsdale, Carolyn Hurton, ShiH<-\ Green Elaine Skadberg, Alice Turner, Kay Robinson, Marjorie Headley, Georgia Miller. Bruce 

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io Dusiness 



Staff 



The lllio Business Staff as its all-important 
job plans and regulates the budget for the 
lllio. 1953 saw Chuck Kustner as Business 
manager with Bert Rosecrans and Bill Gross- 
er as Associate managers. 

The Junior staff, who handles the general 
office work, is made up of three major parts 
— advertising, finance, and sales. The fresh- 
men and sophomores of the lllio have the 
responsibility of selling the book and doing 
such general office work as filing and typing. 
These students work to create a wider dis- 
tribution and to keep the popularity of the 
lllio high. 



Junior business manager — finance: Margaret Birtwell, Gloria Trader, 
Shirley Rodine 





Ned Jeni.son, Tom Bender, assistant editors 



Joan Solomon, Marilyn Meyer, assistant editor.'. 



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Daily lllini 
Editorial Staff 



The Daily lllini, now in its 82nd year, is 
governed and edited entirely by a staff of 
students. Not only campus news, but im- 
portant local, national, and world affairs 
are covered by the newspaper. 

Operated by the lllini Publishing Com- 
pany, the newspaper owns its own mechan- 
ical department and editorial offices. At 
The Daily lllini, students may gain experience 
in writing copy, editing wire news, and mak- 
ing up editorial pages. 



unior copy editors: Jane Punkhouser, Nancy 
McGill 

wnior copy editors: Shirley Smith, Janet Bar- 
ker 




Donald Dodds, sports editor 

Sports staff — Standing: Louis Keesey, Robert Blanchard, Gordon Williams, 

Stanley Slusher, William Schroeder, Herbert Thompson 
Seated: Donald Dodds 



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Daily Mini 
Circulation Staff 



The circulation staff of The Daily Mini is 
in charge of the distribution of the news- 
paper on campus and to out-of-town sub- 
scribers. 

The staff is divided into two groups. All 
clerical work and service to subscribers is 
handled by the offices staff, while the pro- 
motion staff solicits all subscriptions and has 
charge of the mail and delivery service. 



Junior Circulation Managers: Sharlene Mayer, Margaret Pool 



Circulation Staff: Eileen Sampson, Mary Marshall. Ernestine Dewhirst. Donna Dice, Mary Campbell 




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Junior advertising managers — Standing: Robert Trumbull, William Ar- 
nold, John Hoyt, Larry Chapman 
Seated: Lavaun Sehild, Sharon Mayhall, Marlyn Kasson 
Not in panel: Lois Gualano 



Daily lllini 
Advertising Staff 

The solicitation and layout of advertise- 
ment is handled by the advertising depart- 
ment of The Daily lllini. This staff also offers 
special services to the advertisers and se- 
lects the best type of ads for the individual 
advertisers. 

The advertising staff is divided into two 
groups, display and classified ads. Each 
group is responsible for the ads which fall 
into its classisfication. 



Standing: Richard Flores, Stuart Bert,'. Randall Cox, Sarah Allen, George Wilson. Robert Nichols. William Sieveking 
Seated: Shirley Engelbreeht, Carol McElhany, Carolyn Willms, Nancy Miller. Sally Zang 



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Prof. Frank Schooley, chairmai 



ini Publishing Company 



The lllini Publishing Company is a corporation 
of the State of Illinois for the purpose of printing, 
publishing, and distributing all official student 
publications. 

Four students are nominated by the Student 
Senate and elected by the board for two-year 
terms. Four faculty members are appointed by 



the President of the University upon recommend- 
ation by the Dean or Students for four year 
terms without compensation. 

Its current publications are: The Daily lllini, 
lllini Rural Observer, The lllio, Illinois Techno- 
graph, and WINI. 



lllini Publishing Company Board of Directors — Standing: Thomas Sleeman, Gene Wallace, Prof. Roberl Mautz, Jean Weiss 
Seated: Prof. Manning Seil, Prof. Jessie Heathman, Prof. Frank Schooley, Mary Crawford 



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Allen Vejar, edito 



Eric Aaga ar d , business 



Technograph 



The student publication representative of the 
Engineering Department is the Technograph. 
Published monthly, the Technograph includes 
coverage of all engineering fields. Special re 
ports by staff members and well-known specialists 
are included in each issue. 



Editor Allen Vejar and Business Manager Eric 
Aagaard manage the Technograph in conjunction 
with the activities of the Engineering Council. 
The activities of the publication itself afford 
valuable experience both in technical journalism 
and in modern enginering practice. 



Technograph Staff — Top row: Armand Andre, Norman Zeter. Paul LaViolette, Oliver Smith, Richard Hodges. Charles LaRobardier, Roger Funk, 

Robert, Hardin 
Second row: Roger Bishop, Donald Kesler, Martin Goldstein, Melvin Rudich. Thomas Brody, Maurice Garnholz. David Cohn 
Bottom row: Tom Madden, Robert Sehrader, Eric Aagaard, Allen Vejar, Peter Cattapan, Howard Hadler, Bruce Cook 
Not in panel: Thomas Tucker, Warren Brandt, Paul Hutchinson, Lee Grossman, Ken Kolence. Herbert. Gross. Duane Loofbourrow, Morton Miller, 

John Hines, Robert Barrett, William Yario. Hugh Busey, Henry Kalapaca, Bruce Burgess, John Wilson, Clark Ganger, Thomas Roach, Donald 

Hamann, Robert Neiman, Robert Bohl. Paul Hudson, Owen Livermore 



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Standing : Hubert Keefer, business manager 

Seated: James Ross, managing editor; Bertil Matt son, circulation manager 

Not impanel: Joyce Bolton, women's editor 



The lllini Rural Observer 



The lllini Rural Observer is a semi-monthly 
newspaper published by the students in the col- 
lege of agriculture. The paper offers the stu- 
dents interested in agricultural journalism and 
business administration an excellent opportunity 
for practical experience. The Observer's staff 
members this year were Vance Van Tassell. 
editor; James Ross, managing editor; Joyce Bol- 



ton, women's editor; Bertil Mattson, circulation 
manager, and Robert Keefer, business manager. 
The Observer brings news of student and 
faculty activities to the entire "lllini farm family" 
composed of alumni, students, faculty, farmers, 
county agents, and state businesses allied with 
agriculture. 



Top row: Alan Yungbluth, Irvin Lawfer, William Whitfield, .lames Ash, William Baird, Merritt Sprague, Vance Van Tassell. James Ross 

Fourth row: Ronald Clayton, Donald Huftalin, Join, Bailey. Walter Tarleton, Bertil Mattson, Robert Keefer 

Third ran-: Orval Kerchner, Robert Pearson, Merle Miller, Roberta Beimfohr, Carol Towsley, Ivan Lawfer, Paul Rieke 

Second row: Jack Nordin, Robert Foster. Mildred Heischmidt, Leona Webb. Joyce Bolton, Richard Vial. Dale Hewitt 

Bottom row: James Crossley, Ronald Fink. Bertha Sternberg, .lames Meyer, Viva Moody, Martha Prather, Robert Faith 





mm, 

Above : Frank Slepicka, photo chief 

heft: Robert Feldman, assistant photo chief 



Photographic Staff 



The photographic staff is a unit working inde- 
pendently of any campus publication. It is direct- 
ly responsible to the board of directors of the 
lllini Publishing Company and has exclusive cov- 
erage of events for all four of the major lllini 
periodicals; The Daily lllini, the lllio, the Techno- 



graph, and the lllini Rural Observer. 

From lllini Hall, where both the office and lab- 
oratory of the photographic staff are located, 
the photo chief, Frank Slepicka, and the assistant 
photo chief, Robert Feldman, direct the activi- 
ties and the picture coverage. 



James Fischer, Tucker Nason, Gustave Weber, Paul Howe. William Breitweiser 






ini Theatre Guild 




General student staff managers: James McCormaek, Margaret Schlemmer 



Illini Theatre Guild Board: Laurence Schectman, James McCormaek, Prof. Cameron Gullette, Robert Painter, Frank Willey, Prof. Joseph Scott, Sara 

Davison 
Not in panel: Margaret Schlemmer, Prof. Karl Wallace, Prof. Aimer Knight 




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The lllini Theatre Guild offers ample op- 
portunity to gain responsibility and recogni- 
tion on campus to students interested in any 
phase of dramatic arts. The Guild, through 
its major productions, offers opportunity not 
only to actors, bus also to those interested 
in costuming, design, construction, publicity, 
or business. New members of the Guild al- 
ternate between these crews in order to 
gain experience ; n all fields. 

This year the Guild presented six major 
productions selected from both contempor- 
ary and classical sources. There are three 
types of workshops, the actors' workshop, 
the the showcase workshop, and the play- 
writers' workshop. The Guild also presents 
a series of plays for the Festival of Contem- 
porary Arts. 





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Departmental student staff manage 
Janet Steam 



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Peterson, 



Departmental student staff managers: Margaret Turnbow, 
Herschel Alperin 



Assistant managers: Patricia Alfonsi, Diann Hansen. 
Alien Woelfersheim, Marie Garvey, Harriet Beaudoin 

National Collegiate Players — Standing: George Gunkle, 
Prof. Joseph Scott, Robert Painter. Prof. Wesley 
Swanson 

Seated: Clara Behringer, Joan Noble, Genevieve Richard- 
son 

Not in panel: Rex Gillette, Margaret Schlemmer, Sara 
Davison, Marilyn Helm 







Associate managers — Standing: Daniel O'Connell, Allan Bohon 
Seated: Margery Weiss. Julia MacKnight, Barbara Barnes 



ini Theatre Guild 



Departmental student stuff managers 
Camille Kirchner 

Departmental student stuff manager 
Dorothy Hartigan 



Shirlev (liesecke 



Lvnette How 



Assistant managers — Tap ran-: Fred McDowell, Roger 
Carlson. Loren Mann, Andrew Ekblaw, Douglas Hur- 
ley 

Second ran:: Lenore Glanz, Ruth Greener, Betsy Byrns, 
Marietta Ill-others, Mrs. Robin Burrow, Miriam 
Behrens 

Bottom row: Marie Melville, Lorraine Borman, Marylon 
McGowan, Judy Desch, Marilyn Mayer 

Professional stuff — Standing: Robert Cagle. George Mc- 

Kinnej , Joseph Golden 
Seated Joseph Hazzard, Genevieve Richardson, Robert 

Leake 








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ini Theatre Guild 



The Lady's Not for Burning 





All University Forum 



Faculty Members 

Quincy Howe, chairman 
Horace Gray 
Harold Hannah 
Joseph Smiley 
Fred Turner 
Josef Wright 



Student Members 

Jane Hayes 
Arlen Large 
Thomas Rose 
Alan Strong 
Stephen Wolfberg 
Wayne Woltman 



Headed by Associate Professor Qu'ncy 
Howe, the All University Forum committee an- 
nually brings to the University renowned speakers 
who deliver lectures and lead panel discussions 
on topics of current importance. 

In February, 1952, "What Went Wrong in 
Iran" was discussed by Henry F. Grady, ambas- 
sador to Iran in 1950. Mr. Grady has been U. S. 
trade commissioner in Greece. 

Marquis W. Childs, well known Washington 
news columnist, appeared at this University in 
November, 1952, to discuss "The Presidential 
Campaign of 1952." Mr. Ch'lds received the 
Sigma Delta Chi award for Washington corres- 
pondents in 1944, and ; n 1951 he was presented 
with the award for distinguished service in jour- 



nalism from the University of Missouri School of 
Journalism. 

In November, 1951, United States Senator, 
Blair Moody, spoke on "A Program for Survival." 
Senator Moody was a newspaper man for 
twenty-eight years prior to his becoming a 
Senator. 

John C. Caldwell appeared in July, 1952, to 
present "A Cris's in the Far-East." A former at- 
tache at the embassy in Seoul, Mr. Caldwell is 
now a special consultant for the Department of 
the Army on Korean problems. He also holds 
a position as Deputy Director of the United 
States Information Center in Korea. The Forum 
also brought Julian Bryan to the University. 



Committee — Standing: Wayno Woltman, Jane Hayes, Alan Strong, Arlen Large 
Seated: Thomas Rose, Quincy Howe, Stephen Wolfberg 




Star Course 




Junior managers: Mary Jane Pishel, James Pritchard 



, ana Enters „« Boar d: Prof. Sherloc, Swann, Prof. C. C. D.Lon g . Prof. Morris Carte, John Aipers, Prof. Helmut Render, Wayne Thomas, 

Prof. Rubin Colin. Robert Sonderskov, Robert Armstrong 




Star Course 



The Star Course is the student organiza- 
tion which presents a series of concerts and 
programs featuring famous professional art- 
ists and entertainers in the fields of music, 
dance, and drama. The group works in co- 
operation with the University Concert and 
Entertainment Board. 

The two senior managers are the over-all 
directors of the Star Course. Working di- 
rectly under them are junior managers who 
supervise publicity and advertising, sell tick- 
ets, and make necessary arrangements for 
presenting concerts. The sophomore man- 
agers usher at all the concerts and work in 
the Star Course offices. The freshman staff 
members also serve as ushers. 






Top row: Richard Branom, John Henderson, Charles Shepherd, Clarke Woodruff, Hale Bartlett, Arnold Paolasini 
Second roic : John Juergensmeyer, Barbara Schedel, Richard Stream, Catherine Cartland. Judy Gerstenberger 
Bottom row: Mary Marinion, Ruth Andrews, Joan Gruenewald, Roberta Beimfohr, Emily Beggx, Carol Csborn 
Not in panel : Leon Chong, Charles Andrews. Nancy Boruszak, Ernestine Hanks 



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Top row: Eric Stattin, Charles Ricketts, 1 eonard Gardner, Jack Olson, Lano Frank 

Second row: Larry Cross, Marjorie Willke, Leslie Ator, Alice Mitchell, Harvey Greensten, Henry Dougherty 

Bottom row : .Mary Malantis, Emily Ward. Dora Fishel. Valerie Kilburn, Nina Temple, Lois Taylor 

Not in panel : Peggy Anderson, Phyliss Hasse. Joann Pergrem, Mary Rigney, June Birgerson 




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Paul Young, director 



John Bryden, director 



Musical Organizations 



The Men's Glee Club, the University Choir, 
the Oratorio Society, the University Chorus, the 
Women's Glee Club, and the Jun'or Men's Glee 
Club are among the musical organizations at the 
University of Illinois. All are under the direction 
of Professor Paul Young and Profesor John 
Bryden. 

Among the activities of the Men's Glee Club 
this year were a tour of the state, a concert for 
the Peoria Association of Commerce, and parti- 
cipation in the Christmas and Spring Concerts. 



The University Choir appeared with the Chicago 
Symphony Orchestra, on a television program 
on WGN-TV, and also took part in the Christmas 
Concert. The Choir's programs were highlighted 
by Stravinsky's "Les Noces" and William's "Flos 
Campi". 

The Oratorio Society, under the direction of 
Leopold Stokowski, appeared in the premier of 
Montiverdi's "Vespro Delia Beate Virdini". This 
spring the Society gave Verdi's "Reguiem". 



University Choir — First sopranos: Mary Collins, Shirley Erickson, Dolores Gillian. Ernestine Hanks. Marilyn Jones. Charlotte Millbrook. Florence 
Przywara, Dolores I'ebele 
Second sopranos: Mary Benscoter, Ann Blout, Enid Ewing, Patricia Larsen, Fay Magnisalis, Evelyn McCreery, Ann Murphy. Jean Myer, Nancy Nickol, 
Jane. Reed, Romeyn Schrock, Wilma Stack, Marilyn Welsch 
Firs!, altos: Phyllis Anderson, Sandra Anderson, Carolyn Bostic, Naomi Brausch. Nancy Broaddus, Gayle Goodin, Ruthann Greer, Peggy Hoover, Doris 

Knox, Florence Kraabel, Delina Mills, Jane Rendleinan. l.ora Small. Irene Theodore 
Second altos: Marjorie Ash, Merle Brown. Julia Gerstenberger, Roxane Kaniin, Faith Mitrovich, Jantina Noorman, Janet Olson, Joan Pantke. Anna 

Williams. Marilee Winger 
First tenors: Burton Anderson, Kermit Breen, James Briggs, Jack Hugh. John Murphy. Donald Semon, Jack Wirtz 

Second tenors: John Anderson. James Campbell, Jerry Caress. Charles Dunn, Norman Madison, Donald Paul, Paul Pizner, David Rouse 
Firs.: basses: Clyde Barth. Leonard Behling, Gordon Bengston, William Burnett, Charles Cassey, Sheldon Littell. Socrates Photopulos. Jack Reynolds. 

DeWayne Richardson. Robert Strough. Louis Xigogianis 
Second basses: William Collins, Donald Holt, William McNier, Richard Olson, William Perenchio, Richard Schwalbe, John Sharp. James Smith, Philip 
Smith. David Williams 




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First sopranos: Diane Bracy, Mary Collins, Constance Curtin, Janette Dillavou, Barbara Dwight, .lean Edwards, Mary Eilbracht, Sara Hardeman, 

Charlotte Millbrook, Marilyn Minks, Ann Murphy, Marilyn Nelson, Ruth Norby, Mary Price, Mary Roberts, Ann Roe, Dorothy Sniilet, Carmen 

Stelzriede, Dolores Uebele, Barbara Weir. Susan Winchester 
Second sopranos: Marika Adam, Bernice Aimer, Janet Belyea, Janice Belyea, Mary Benscoter, Ann Blout, Naomi Brausch, Floweree Brown, Aileen 

Carlson, Joanne Chorpening, Pearl Helms, Annahelle Hubbard, Fay Magnisalis, Monna Mayeila, Betty Rose, Marilyn Silverman, Frances Stravinsky, 

Patricia Waller, Judith Wells 
First altos: Sandra Anderson, Ilene Piana, Ellen Dempsey, Sally Emrich. Gayle Goodin, Elizabeth Jenner, Martha Johnson, Rose Kinnear, Jean Kruger, 

Doris Lundahl, Myra Lytle, Joanna McBride, Delina Mills, Jane Rendleman, Joy Thomas, Roma Underwood. Janice Woods. Betty Yankwich 
Second altos: Linda Allen, Beverly Bouwsma, Elizabeth Beberman, Lois Brighton. Dorothy Cender. Yerna Finder, Emma Finey. Elaine Hall, Doris 

Hertenstein, Barbara Hill, Fern Hodge, Alice Hudecek, Edith Jones, Jean Kellom, Peggy LaRowe, Mary Little, Joyce MacDonald, Edith Matthews, 

Dorothy Meier. Barbara McCriininon. Marcia Nock. Lorraine Robe, Virginia Sargent. Hattie Winrield. Caroline Wolfe 
First tenors: James Bartell. Kermit Breen. Carl Carter, Charles Clark, Stuart DeVore, Carroll Green, .Ned Levy. Robert Lincicombe, Francis Nock. 

Oliver Rice, Sol Spiegelman, Andrew White 
Second tenors: Robert Cays, Lancer Cooper, Carl Drumheller, Charles Dunn, John Ferwerda, Kenneth tietz, Paul Jones, Don Lanier. Gerald Miller. 

Walter Ross, Eugene Silveri. Ellis Swadley, Gerald Swartz, Richard Tolley, Jack Wirtz. David Wolfe, Douglas Wolfe 
First basses: George Anner, John Boyce, Harry Brearley, David Brown, William Burnett. James Deckel'. Rupert Evans. John Helper, Eugene Holliiian. 

William Kreuger. Sheldon Littell, Arthur Lundahl, John Martin, Howard Mueller, David Orr, Don Richie. Berndt Schertzer. Carroll Wentworth. 

Robert Wood 
Second basses: Leonard Behling, William Collins, Charles DeCamp, George Duff, Donald Eddie, John Heller. Donald Hendrickson. John Kennedy. 

Robert Kidder, Francis Logan, Paul MrKittrick, Carroll Mover, Robert Olmsted. Richard Olson, Earl Reitan, Donald Rockholm. Wesley Sehwengel. 

John Strout, Donald Van Horn, Walter Young 



Oratorio Society 



University Chorus 



Sopranos: Ruth Albers, Lucile Allen, Libby Anderson, Marian Blakely, Elizabeth Bond, Shirley Breidenstein, Suzanne Dehm, Jean Dinsdale, Kathryn 
Ditter. Jeanne Dundon, Barbara Dwight, Iva Eadie. Dorothy Englebretsen, Margaret Ferguson. Shirley Heinz. Mildred Heischmidt. Donna Hentz. 
Carol Hofmann, Alice Hudecek, Lois Johnson, Stephie Kiniak, Doris Klausmeyer, Virginia Lange. Martha Messner, Edith Mitchell, Ineda Mont- 
gomery, Margaret Moore, Joanne Moyer. Jean Peterson. Alice Price, Floy Rowland, Mary Stark, Lucia Tweedie, Dolores Uebele, Mary Wahl. 
Patricia Waller, Mary Walters, Janet Wolfson, Sue Woods, Sherry Zweig 

Altos: Barbara Arnold, Lois Atchison. Avis Ball, Nancy Brewster, Nancy Broaddus, Frances Brooks. Robin Burrow, Grace Byrne, Carolyn Campbell, 
Barbara Ciszek, Janis Coale, Natalie Davis, Eve Edelstein, Glenda Emrich, Sarah Gain, Judith Gilman, Toby Greenberg, Mary Hall, Doris Hender- 
son, Barbara Henley, Delores Hickman, Ruth Hochschild, (iloria Homer, Nancy Jackson, Carolyn James, Rhoda Kodish, Barbara Kudlich, Kathleen 
Lantz, Joyce Marcus. Jacquelline Muller, Dottie Picken, Roberta Player. Marion Pytlik, Shirley Radant. Ruth Rboerts, Doris Sandlund, Karyl 
Sellmyer, Janet Shissler, Ann Smith. Barbara Standard. Pauline Tooker, Dorothy Trotter. Ruth Van der Steeg, Shirley Weber 

Tenors: Jay Allen, Willard Anderson. George Belli, Craig Christensen. Arthur Floyd, John Gill, Marvin Girardeau, George James. Donald Janssen, Paul 
Johnson. Edward Lantz. Wayne Lichtenberger, Geoffrey Mottershead, Dino Pezzato. William Schowalter, Robert Vonderohe, James Walton, Elvin 
Warrick, James Williams, Joseph Yasutake 

Basses: Edmond Anderson, Ferd Anderson, James Anderson, Paul BartO, Walter Baumgartner, Caul Bornholt, Harrington Brearley. Thomas Brennan, 
Robert Brewster, Donald Brotherson, Robert. Clark, Joseph Curatilo, Fred Davis, James Day. Robert Eherhart. Robert Emmons. Elliott Fein, Elvin 
Follett, Jaime Gonzalez, Joseph Green. William Hagemeyer, Danny Hare. Richard Henderson, Wesley Hougsted, Donald Johnson. David Koval. 
Floyd Kruenegel. Joseph Lindstrom, Herbert. Marable, Paul McKittrick, Thomas Morgan, George Nero. William Pflaum, Socrates Photopulos, 
Milton Radant, Arthur Reynolds, James Roberts, Berndt Schertzer, Hugo Schmidt, Walter Shaw, Byron Shinn, Ralph Thienian, Kenyon Tweedell. 
Willis Umtieet. Eugene Van Winkle, Charles Wolfe, Peter Yankwich 




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Firs., tenors: James Bartell, Clifford Beatty, Carl Carter, Craig Christensen, Charles Clark. Fred Pricker, Hewitt Hafer, George Hockman, Richard 

Koebler. Don Lichtenberger, William Lundberg, Gerald Medlar, Theodore Morrison, Lester Ottinger, Donald Semon, Andrew White 
Second tenors: John Anderson, Arthur Avischious, John Brown, Robert Cays, Keith Daniel. Charles Dunn, John Panning, Kenneth Getz, Williams 

Howard, Vernon Jacobson, John Kiest, Don Lanier. Roger Little, Norman Madison. John Muerle, James Ranson, Wayne Root, Walter Ross, Robert 

Salberg, Richard Sharer, James Shook, Eugene Silveri, Donald Smith, Alvin Warren, John Wirtz 
Baritones: Robert Adams. Clyde Barth, Allen Bradley. Charles Cassey, James Decker. Richard Elliott, David Ethridge, Lloyd Fray. Sheldon Littell. 

Fred Ottingei", Robert Pinkerton, Todd Batzesberger, Richard Rieger, Robert Schnurstein, Richard Selleg. Leonard Walberg, Wilfred Watkins, 

Walter Williams. Robert Wilson. Louis Xigogianis. George Zuurbier 
Basses: Rue] Becker. Don Eddy. John Frey. Howard Getz. Burton Grant, Benjamin Henry. Larry Kettlekamp, Calvin Kinsey. Frank Laria. John 

Larson, James Meyer, Roy Ogasawara. Richard Olson. Robert Palmgren, Thomas Bowers. Jack Rinedollar, Fred Robison, Donald Rockholm, 

Richard Szhwalbe, Dennis Serdahl, John Sharp. James Smith. Edmund White. David Williams. Ronald Wisthuft 



Men's Glee Club 



Women's Glee Club 



First sopranos: Joan Anderson. Laura Chadwick, Betty Charleson, Jeanne Dundon, Tressa Friedman, Carole Fnhrken, Betty Hadley, Joyce Hunter, 
Jane King, Marianne Kreiling, Karen Knsenda. Carol McCarthy, Hazel Mendenhall, Floy Rowland. Margaret Tracy, Cynthia Traughber. Dolores 
Uebele. Patricia Waller. Mary Wehner, Helen Wilson 

Second sopranos: Barbara Bornstein. Patricia Brandt, Naomi Brausch, Barbara Connor, Eleanor Eisenstein, Marie Garvey, LaDorothy Graves, Carol 
Halverson, Bette Hammond. Shirley Heinz. Mary Huntwork, Sandra King, Joan Melco, Celia O'Keefe, Marilyn Petrini, Marie Pierobon. Elaine 
Presvelos, Jean Richardson, Janice Selle, Judy Thomas, Anne Toles, Mary Walters. Judith Zink 

Firs: altos: Nancy Ainm. Jean Carol Ayson. Ann Brannan, Marie Faso, Eileen Frieberg, Jo Ann Gleen, Ruth Graber, Ruth Ann Greer, Jane Greene. 
Norma Linkow, Carol McCradie, Lucille Martis. Ruth Metzler, Marilyn Mieher, Janet Moeller. Eileen Sampson. Barbara Standard. Bertha Stern- 
berg, Constance Tazewell, Doris Vogt, Cynthia Wallace, Rhoda Willey, Marilee Winger, Jolene Winsauer 

Second altos: Linda lee Allen, Archalene Amos, Anne Bages, Mary Baird, Rita Evans, Sidnetta Garrett, Audrey Kramen, Lois Lundy, Bobbe Nelson, 
Caryl Neuhaus. Joan Noble. Roberta Russell. Lois Smith. Carol Steere, Toh-Bee Tan. Mary Tappero. Sally Walker 



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Top row : Wayne Reynolds, Clyde Sydnor, Denis Smaage, Thomas .Tones, Robert VVonderohe 

Third row : Walter Baumgartner, Donald Hnftalin, Robert Emmons, Sheldon i ittell 

Second row: Richard Hess. Millard Darnall, Donald Garland, Paul Curtis, Charles Cassey 

Bottom rote: Doris Sandlund, accompanist; John Gill, Richard Kinter, David Rouse, Kermit Breen, director 



Junior Men's Glee Club 



Sinfonietta 

eorgo Andrix, Myrian Baker, Robert Becker, Jerrie Cadek, Carthur Criss, Dorsey Davis, Jerry Gold, C 
larilyn Koucky, David Jloore, Verdean Neill, Constance Ogan, Martha Parker, Charles Pencoff, Eugen 
iynearson, Leonard Samuels, William Scutt, Carol Selle, Rachel Sheils, Peggy Stone, John Whelan, Charle 

.obert Zarboek 



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iii.gci.e Priest, Frank Pytlik, Lois Ritchie, Nancy 
Charles Weiser, Roberta Weingart, Edward Wilcox, 



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Symphony Orchestra 



The University of Illinois Symphony Orchestra 
is open to students, townspeople and faculty 
members from the University at large. The or- 
chestra's main purpose is to provide free music 
to those people who have no access to live 
orchestral groups. 



One of the main affairs of the year was the 
orchestra's performance at the Festival of Con- 
temporary Arts wiih Max Rostol, one of Eng- 
land's violinists, as soloist. They also played un- 
der the direction of Leopold Stowkowski. 



First violins: Myrian Baker, Robert Becker, Jerrie Cadek, Charles Covey, Carthur Criss, Dorsey Davis. Michael Eitel, Mary Kelly, Constance Ogan. 
Jose Otis, Lois Ritchie, Nancy Rynearson, Leonard Samuels, Robert Schumacher, William Scutt, Peggy Stone. John Whelan. Second violins: Grace 
Beckett, Shirley Cartinan, Frances Coleman. Ruie Harris. Broil Kalita, Lois Kilbnrn, Nola Knight, Natalia Kochan, Betty Krahn, Nancy McCarty, Ver- 
dean Neill, Eugene Priest, Paul Roberts. Audrey Schulz, John Sheperd, John Shroyer, Miriam Smith. Joan Stouffer, Ann Winters. Violas: George 
Andris, Jack Ergo, Marilyn Koucky, Angela Kreider, Robert Neill. Charles Pencoff, Frank Pytlik, Charles Weiser, Edward Wilcox, Robert Zarbock. 
Violoncellos: Jerry Gold, Allen Gove. Guinevere Jones. Elsie Krumpe, Mary l.angdon. Martha Parker. Carol Selle. Geraldine Starr. Roberta Weingart. 
String basses: Stephen Allfrec. Edith Brockman, Richard Hagen. David Hamilton. Robert Howell. David Moore. Rachel Sheils. Harps: Marjorie 
Schlamp, Marleno Shepard. Flutes: Wayne Combs. Rita Evans. Glen Riggin. Mary Rigney. Piccolo: Rita Evans. Oboes: Richard ISaum. Carolyn 
Hauptman, Shirley Krull, David Ledet. English horn: David Ledet. Clarinets: Mary Armstron. William Huntington. Ronald Simmons, George 
Townsend. liass clarinet: Wanda Hamm. Bassoons: Lucile Grant, Harold Greinke, Robert Koper. Contrabassoon : Harold Greinke. Horns: 
David Habley, John Howe. Donovan Olson, William Michael, Wayne Phillips, Ronald Tro.jack. Paul Vance. Trumpets : Kenneth Bloomquist, Glenn 
Mortonson, Robert Van Nuys. Trombones: Charles Rogers. Walter Ross. Loyd Settle. Tuba: Kent Campbell. Timpani: Jack McKenzie. Percussion: 
Mervin Britton, William Clark, Michael Colgrass, Barbara Roby. Piano and celeste: Marjorie Schlamp. Organ: Paul Pettinga. 




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Concert Band 



The Illinois Concert Band, directed by Mark 
Hindsley, is the highest perfection of University 
of Illinois bands. Students of high musical profi- 
ciency and who desire symphonic band music 
compose this band. 



This year's highlights include the University 
Band Clinic, Anniversary Concerts, and a con- 
cert in Chicago's Orchestra Hall. Furthermore, 
the band participated in the University Festival 
of Conic. ipoiary Arts. 



Clarinets : Mary Armstrong, Barbara Baxter, Leonard Behling, Betty Bond, Robert Bradbury, Vincent Chorne, Jerry Filip. James Flynn, John Poster, 
Harvey Hermann, William Huntington, Roy Johnson, Larry Kreitner, Joseph Lenart, Ruth MacDonald, Nathan Levine, Keith McCarty, Austin Mc- 
Dowell. Frank Preizner, Donald Reichel, James Russell, Emerson Shultz, Ronald Simmons, Edwin Smith, Thomas Storr, George Townsend, David 
VanDoren, Clarke Woodruff. Bass clarinets: Curtis Brady, Richard Colwell, Marshall Erickson, Kenneth Fahshender, Wanda Hamm, James Prit- 
chard. Contrabass clarinets: Ivan Davis, Ted Morrison. Thomas Tucker. String basses: Stephen Allfree, Edith Brockman, David Hamilton. Grace 
Sexton. Harp: Margaret Griggs, Marlene Shepard. Flutes and piccolos: Barbara Budde, Wayne Combs. Charles DeLaney, Robert Dixon, Rita 
Evans, Georgia Hall, Mary James, Ruth Moyle, Glen Riggin, Jane Rigney, Gerald Stone, Wayne Thomas, Charles Wolf, Betty Worrel, Robert Wykes. 
Oboe: and English horn : Richard Donohoe, Carolyn Hauptman, Herbert Keuhne, Beverly Toussaint. Bassoons and contrabassoon : Iva Eadie, Lucile 
Erickson, Harold Greinke, Robert Koper, Russell Pugh, Raymond Shawl. Saxophones: Robert Adams. Herbert Bayley, James Cobb, Barbara Zander. 
French horns: Joanne Ciiorpening, Carolyn Foy. David Habley, John Howe, Van Nicolai, Donald Olson, Wayne Phillips, Donald Schnepper, Ronald 
Trojcak, Paul Vance. Celeste: Robert Neill. Cornets: Kenneth Bloomquist, Jacquelyn Brown, Angelo Cucci, Richard Hall, Robert Merideth, Wil- 
liam Myrick, Donald Paul, George Reynolds, Haskell Sexton, Richard Tolley. Trumpets: Leroy Duncan, Milton Mojzis. Glenn Mortenson, Robert 
\ an Nuys. Trombones : Ted Garrison, Donovan Hough, Tomas Hyde, Eldon Oyen, Gordon Palmer, David Pierce, Robert Rasmussen, Loyd Settle. 
Baritones: James Blood, Sally Emrich. Mark Foutch, Charles Runyon, William Worrel. Tubas: Kenton Campbell, Richard Henderson, Myron Mc- 
Iain, William Morris. Mary Rasmussen, Leroy Tun gett. Timpani: Michael Colgrass. Percussion : Mervin Britton. William Clark, Richard Malmgren. 
Jack McKenzie, Robert Neill, Paul Price. 







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First Regimental Band 



The first Regimental band, conducted by 
Everett Kisinger, is the training organization for 
the Concert band and forms part of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois Marching band. 

The band participates in the Annual Band 



clinic as a laboratory for band directors from all 
over the nat'on. The First Regimental band also 
plays on WILL broadcasts, at important military 
ceremonies, and in the spring participates in the 
twilight concerts. 



Ruth Albero, David Albert, Ray Allen, Gary Anderson, Mitchell Bender, Sam Hleier, Don Bokenkamp, Herbert Brantley. Charlotte Hiinn, James Burdett. 
Roy Christmann, Richard Cowart, Richard Dellert, Mini Eddy, Donn Edwards, Jane Edwards, James Erkman, Douglas Parr, James Ferguson, James 
Finley, Frank Sheldon, Marvin Friman, Charlene Geminn, Ralph Getz, David Gran, John Greenwood, Betty Hammond, Marshall Harris, Ben Henry, 
John Henry. John Hill, John Howard, Charles Howell, Richard Hull, Robert Jorgenson, Orville Kimball, Charles King. Noel Labiriskil, Don Lee, 
Howard Leftwich, Robert Leslie, Lylo Lewinson. Jean en ne Loar, David Mann, Jerry McDaniel, John Morgan, Frank Morton, JoAnn Neburka, Robert 
Nelson, Charles Netzel, Bill Oven, Janet. Penneman, Keith Prater, Jerome Price, .Mary Richmond, Ray Richner, Harold Robertson, Paul Rossack, Bob 
Runyon, Erwin Schawacker, William Shaw, Carl Shock. William Sieveking, Robert Smith, Warren Smith. Ronald Standerfer, Carol Stewart. Mary 
Sturii. Norman Thorpe, Eugene Urbaniec. Gerald Valier, Robert Verhaeghe. Robert Vieregg, Richard Vierling, Ralph Vinson, George Votrube, Gerald 
Ward, Wayne Weber, Bob Wiss, Herbert White. Martin Whited, Lowell Woodstock 








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Second Regimental Band 



Composed for the most part of Freshman and 
Sophomores, the Second Regimental Band is an 
important part of the University of Illinois Bands. 

Each year a sizeable number of its members 
are selected to become part of the Football 
Band. Its many other activities include playing 
for pep rallies, military ceremonies, the annual 



Band clinic, Mothers Day Weekend, and WILL. 
Director Lyman Starr's Second Regimental 
Band serves as a training organization for the 
First Regimental and Concert Bands. Members 
are promoted when improvement is shown and 
vacancies occur in the other bands. 



Terry Akagi, Stephen Allfree, George Andrix, Gerald Bachman, Thomas Bone, William Burnett, Ronald Clasky. Fred Cooper, Robert Cowan, Roger 
Derby. John Dickson, Darrel Dunn, Gerald Eisenstein, Dan Eller, James Ferguson, Bano Frank, Curtis Gabbard, Richard Gramann. David Gran, Floyd 
Greinei", David Hamilton, John Haney, Richard Henderson. John Herschelman, Hervey Hicks. Robert HightoNver, Harold Hildenbrand, Jack Holt, 
Edward Hook. Edward Hubbard, George Huffman. Harold Jaffe. Ri(hard Jollil'f. Robert Jorgensen, John Kampmeier. William Kellenberger, Herbert 
Kerce, Allen Kleinbeck, William Knop. Norman Kraus. Claude Band, John Banner, Gerald Beavitt, Donald Bee, John McDaniels, Myron McBain, Clark 
Morris, Robert Nelson, Gordon Ortlep, Robert. Peters, Donald Pinkus, Arthur Price. Richard Rankin. Thomas Reck. Sheldon Rosenberg. Walter Ross, 
John Saner, Robert Schoeppel, Gerald Sewell, Maurice Shepherd, Eugene Sloniker, Michael Stillerman, Eugene Stouffer, Virgil Sutton. Duane Tesdall, 
William Thomas, Judith Toler, Stephen Trclease, David Weaver. Bobbie Weiss. Sherman Weiss, John Westall, Crawford Woody, William Zartman 




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During the 1952 football season, the 175- 
piece University of Illinois football band, 
oldest and largest in the nation, was host to 
the Purdue, Ohio State, and Northwestern 
bands, and traveled to Wisconsin for the 
game. 

Highlighting the season was the farewe 
appearance of Glenn C. "Rusty" Bainum, 
retiring Northwestern band director and Il- 
linois alumnus. Bainum directed the Illinois 
band in one of his own arrangements at the 
Northwestern game. At the Ohio State and 
Northwestern games, the lllini bandsmen en- 
tered to the march music from the movie 
"Quo Vadis." 




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The ROTC at the University of Illinois is an 
outgrowth of the Morill Land Grant Act of 1868. 
This act provided public land to those colleges 
offering courses in the agricultural fields and in 
the mechanical arts on the condition that a 
course in military science be made compulsory. 
Under present University policy, all able-bodied 
male students must complete two years of train- 
ing in one of the three ROTC programs. 

Today, that offspring has developed into one 
of the largest military training organizations of 
its kind in the country. 

The Army, oldest of the ROTC branches, has 
expanded to a twenty-seven company brigade. 



Armed Forces Covmcil — Top row: Daniel Drish, James 
Bottom rim': Captain O. H. Dodson, Colonel M. A. Hatch, 



A staff of twenty-one officers and twenty-two 
enlisted men supervise the nine separate branches 
of the Army ROTC. 

The Naval Unit, established in 1947, is com- 
posed of the regular students, selected through 
examination and given University scholarships, 
and the contract students, taking Naval Science 
courses leading to commissions in the Naval 
Reserve. 

"I he latest addition to the ROTC program is 
the Air Force, which was organized in 1949. This 
branch, composed of nineteen sguadrons, in- 
structs its cadets in four options. 



Hannagan, George Kmiotek. Charles Wheeler, John Norton. William Miller 
Colonel H. I>. Davidson 



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Military Council — Top ''«"■ : Kir-hard Webber, Joseph Henderson, Ernest Diewald, Alan Higgins, Robert Rankin, Melvin Rapp, George Kmiotek 
Bottom row: .Tame:. Bunting, Donald Potter, Clyde Fisher, Charles Wheeler. Morris Sacks, Robert Shaw 



The Army 



I he Army "R.O" is the grand-daddy of the three 
R.O.T.C. branches at the U. of I. At present, it func- 
tions under the guidance of Colonel Melton A. 
Hatch. Working with him is a staff of forty-three 
regular army officers and enlisted men. 

From Colonel Hatch's staff through the Military 
Council, the advanced corps, and in turn, the basic 
cadets, co-operation and military efficiency is the by- 
word. The cadet has a choice of nine fields, any of 
which will eventually lead to a commission in the U.S. 
Army Reserves. 




At ttir left : Carolyn Emons, the Army sponsor 



Ilritmiic stuff: Cliarles Wheeler. George 
Kmiotek, Donald Potter, Philip Mueller, 
George Moore, Richard Webber 




Distinguished Military Students — '/'"/) row: Duane MeCurdy, Ronald Strawn, Robert Rankin. Robert Drew. Irving Bemoras, James Schuldt, Roger 

Brooke, Thomas Ullom, William Selig, Charles Palmer 
fourth row: John Kuller, Donald Hehnrei -h. Lowell Getz, Bryce Peterson, Herman Lukow, Joseph Henderson, Bruce Frazier. Donald Grill 
Third row: Kenneth Jacobs, George Kmiotek. Robert Balzhiser, Melton Hatch. Jr., Richard Fell. George Blakely, James Bredar, William Keller. Ronald 

Shelton. John Seiler, Walter Lucas 
Second row: Hewitt Hafer. Louis £eleznikar, Ralph Gray, Charles Gardner, Victor Moravek, Herbert Koelling, Kenneth Pearce, Herbert Heilawa, 

James Sampson. Emil Diewald, Donald Buske, James Plynn 
Bottom row: Donald Stoetzel, Harris Berenbaum, Philip Gates, Donald Potter, Edward Hynds, Wilbur Bunting. Charles Wheeler. Alan Higgins, Paul 

Quillman. William Rusch, Jerome Clauser, Myron Levy. Melvin Rapp 



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Service with a .smile 



Laying the groundwork 



never a dull moment 



A far cry from summer camp 





The Air Force 



Very close unity is exhibited by the Uni- 
versity of Illinois detachment of the Air 
Force ROTC. This is due largely to the close 
harmony within the Air Force Wing Staff, 
headed by Colonel Harvey Davidson and 
Cadet Colonel Jack Norton. 

The cadet officers act in an advisory ca- 
pacity and are responsible for setting and 
regulating policy for the entire Air Force 
detachment. 



Jack Norton, cadet colonel 




Air Force Council — Standing: Ralph Rosengarden, Elmer Gerlarh, 
William Miller. Richard Riley. Robert Foxall. Conway Graves 

Seated : Joseph Klapkowski, Roy' Gordon. John .Norton. Jerry Crist, 
Kenneth Shanklin 



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Delores Kotsiakos, the Navy sponsor, with Captain 0. H. Dodson 



Battalion Staff : George Angus, Robert. Gallagher, Daniel Urish, 
.faincs Hannagan, Edwin Birkhimer, Roderick MacLeod 




The Navy 



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Daniel Urish, hattalion commander 



In order to promote better officer-men 
relationships, the NROTC unit has commit- 
tees which aid the regular chain of 
command. 

Serving in a coordinative capacity, the 
Navy Council, which is composed of mid- 
shipmen of various classes and regular Navy 
officers, promotes the welfare of the various 
unit activities. 

The work of this council typifies the spirit 
and efficiency which permeates the Naval 
unit. 



Navy Council — Hear: Robert Hall. 
Arthur Schiller, Daniel Urish, Richard 
Bemis, William Collins. Wintield Sam- 
uelson. Front: Jerome Keefe, Donald 
Mender, James Hannagan, Thomas 
Felke, Dale Kaiser. 



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Rifle Team — Top row: Sergeant Ar- 
thur Bradshaw, Royle Heyle, Brady 
Harris. Gerald Pricker, Richard Bemis. 
Bottom run-: Lenox Muret, Charles Mc- 
Bride, Robert Mooney. Daniel Urish. 



Yardarm Staff — Top rote: James 
Davis. Second row: Charles 
Morr.s, Roderick MacLeod, Gus- 
tavo Weber. Bottom row: Wil- 
liam Ahlenius, Ronald Ksper, 
Paul Adesko. 



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William Hegemeyer, Dalo Kaiser, John Struthman. Thomas 
Madden. James Anderson 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




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onoranes 



Nearly every college in the University has one 
or more honoraries bringing together the stu- 
dents who have high scholarship or recognizing 
those who are outstanding in their particular 
field. Some of these societies are chapters of 
national organizations, while others are local so- 
cieties springing from the University itself. 

Some of the purposes of these honoraries are 
to encourage scholarship, cooperation, friend- 
ship, and achievement, and to promote leader- 
ship, service, research, the high ideals of the pro- 



fession, and a greater understanding of the 
subject. 

In addition to furthering the interests and 
development of specific vocations, these honor- 
aries provide closer social and professional com- 
panionship for their members. These profes- 
sional interests provide opportunities for appli- 
cation of practical experiences in the respective 
fields and stimulate personal associations which 
will prove valuable in post-college endeavors. 



All l^^r^rv^ Dei * os * ers scientific research in the fields of 

/Alprla l\3pp3 l SI commerce, accounts, and finance 



Top row : Ronald Flores, Waller Cabehart, Bruce Palmer, Joseph Klapkowski, William Myrick. Prof. Hiram Scovill, Prof. Robert Mayer. Prof. Pem- 
broke Brown 
Third row: Wayne Thomas, Richard Davison, Earl Jacobson, Charles Covey, Prof. Paul Van Arsdell, Donald Powell. Hale Newcomer 
Second row: Charles Gardner, Henry Evers, Albert Dielrick. Robert Zalatoris. Donald Bohrer, Leon Helms. Don Mender, William Savage 
Bottom row: Charles Rockwood, James Hanley. Jerome Clanser. president; Carl Blase, vice president; William Beuttler, secretary; Bill Lankenau, 

treasurer; Edward Lynn, Louis Olivero 
Not in panel: Richard Anderson. Charles Andrews. Donald Baird, Edward Bottomley, Robert Brown. Robert Drew, Clive Follmer, David Frisbie, 
Waller Kurth, Robert Demersal, Lester Ness, Robert Riggins, Robert Thompson, John Trares, Fred WernO, Cecil Worrells 




Independent sophomore women who have 
been outstanding in house and campus acti- 
vities and have a scholastic average of 3.35 
or better are selected for membership in 
Alpha Chron, the activity honorary for in- 
dependent sophomore women. 

Established in October, 1948, Alpha 
Chron has encouraged further participation 
in campus activities and participated in pro- 
grams designed to stimulate leadership 
among both members and other students. 
Members of Alpha Chron are ushers for 
Dad's Day Stunt Show and hostesses at the 
Women's Group System scholarship tea. 
Every year during Mother's Day weekend, 
Alpha Chron sponsors Watcheka Sing, the 
independent women's sing. 

The symbol of Alpha Chron is a clock sur- 
rounded by a date book and wings. It 
signifies fleeting time, efficiency, and friend- 
ship. 




Officers Top run-: Velma Riley, vice president; Dean Mary Harrison, ad- 
visor; Dorothy Mielke, president 
Bottom row: Frieda Wallk, secretary 



Alpha Chron 



Top roir: Joyce Pickard, Patricia Pavlis, Phoebe Manuel. Shirley Wheeler. Beverly Blua 

Third row: Mary Hull, Marlene Shepherd, Doris Knox, Betty Priggie, Elinor Leaking. Ruth Nelson 

Second row: Helen Rossetti, Joyce Underhile. Sherle Olson, Wilma Hickman. Betty Hadley, Pearl Hanebutt, Barbara Lowis 

Bottom row: Rita Smith, Catherine Waldman, Audrey Braverman, Beverly Hill, Debbie Stern 

Not in panel: Elizabeth Gregoric, Ernestine Hanks, Ann Matthews, Martha Parker, Shirley Rodine 





Officers; Robert Pence, treasurer; Will 
man, nVi president; Richard Gosswiller, 
Prof. Charles Sandrage, advisoi 



Novak, president; Donald Col 
zretary ; Prank Senger, advisor; 



Alpha Delia Sigma is a national honorary 
advertising fraternity with student chapters 
in most universities throughout the United 
States. Its purpose is to stimulate interest 
in advertising and to promote superior qual- 
ity in advertisements. Alumni chapters serve 
to give professional aid to ex-collegians by 
presenting an environment wherein newcom- 
ers in the field of advertising may meet and 
converse with men well established in their 
field. 

The Charles H. Dennis chapter at Illinois 
was re-activated in 1947. Frank Senger, 
manager of the Mini Publishing Company, 
is local adviser and regional chairman of all 
midwestern chapters. President of the local 
chapter is William Novak. 

The only requirements for initiation are 
that the student have an active interest in 
advertising and a 3.5 scholastic average. 



Alpha Delta Sigma 



Top row: John McGuire, William Mindak, Hunli Sargent, George Gandrau, Lee Stark 

Second ran . Philip Kaplan, Robert Somerfeld, Howard Gordon, Marvin Klein, David Heneberry 

Bottom row: Robert Pence, treasurer; Donald Colman, vice president; William Novak, president; Richard Gosswiller, secretary 

Not in panel: David Hefter 





Top run-: Judith Desch, Diann Hansen, Carole Myers, Beverlj Chubat, Marilyn Mumma, Mary Malantis, Miriam Behrens, < lans Beeson, lime Stimart, 
Mary McKee, Doris Knox, Kathryn Kile. Evelyn McCreery, \'ija Liepins, Roberta Player, Marilyn Nelson 

Third row: Ernestine Dewhirst, Barbara Neal, Dolores Holmes, Elinor Lueking, Wilina Hickman, Patricia Moore, Donna Wilson, Rhoda Dunn, Geral- 
dine Taymor, Peggy Anderson, Gail Fnrnall, Nancy Wilkison, Cynthia Dolan 

Second row: Joan Searing, Lorinda Freeman, Ernestine Hanks, Constance Knll, Diane Johnson, vice president; Gwen Peterson, president; Shirley 
Wennerstrand, Marjorie Willke, treasurer; Joyce Pickard, secretary ; Rutli Andrews, Emily Ward 

Bottom row: Jean Dinsdale, Shirley Stewart, JoAnn Davidson. Margaret Pool, Jane Thiem, Marylon MeGowan, Lanrellen Porter, Marjorie Ornellos, 
Dorothy Kaganich, Roberta Skolnick, Deborah Gollub, Joyce Underhilc 

Not in panel: Leslie Ator, Clara Downs, Frances Friddle, Eileen GolD, Doris Griva, Harriet Hutchings, Winifred Kirk, Carol Krause. Doris Krull. Marie 
Melville, Carole Myers, Marjorie Oplatka, Sandra Schwart, Maxine Slack, Davida Solomon. Sandra Smith. Susan Winchester, Mary Young, Ethel 
Allard. Eleanor Allen, Diane Barkei, Sylvia Hulaing, Zina Berman, Barbara Bluege, Audrey Brande. Marietta Brothers. Estelle Bnder, Myrna 
Campbell, Elizabeth. Gregoric, Dorothy Gross, Arlene Hershman, Delores Hickman, Joanne Hoover, Gwen Kagy. Adrienne Keller, Ann Kramet- 
banei'. Patricia Larsen, Marian Leftwich, Mania Leuchter, Marilyn Lewis, Mary Litherland, Charlene Lynch, Eillen Maloney, Betty Owstao, Lila 
Parker, Martha Parker, Gloria Parinos, Joan Patterson, June Peterson, Clare Siewart, Nancy Sifferd, Joyce Singer, Sherry Zweig 



recognizes scholastic attainment 
among freshman women 



Alpha Lambda Delta 

Alr^k^ Tr%tw Alnk^ develo P s a professional spirit among fu- 
/VILIIla I all /VILUld fure teachers of agriculture 

Top row: Donald Pepper, Banta Bundy, Jesse Keyser, Ravonne Dowell, Donald Hopwood, August Kunkel, Wcyne Kern. Jewel Jenne, Eldon Axipperle, 

John Rodeffer 
Second row: Ronald Peters, Elmer Gerlack, Steve Kingry, Raymond Koontz, Paul Carey, . lames Bennett, Leon Hallberg, Ezra Aberle, Richard Ewbank 
row: Charles Rjzer, Robert Largent, second vice president; Harold Holier. James Bliler, first vice president: George Von Lanken, George 



Holt, I 

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Not in panel: Richard Vetter, secretary 



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Lander, president; Henry Riechman, Gordon Beck. Prof. John Weiss, advisor 

James Ranson. treasurer ; Robert Alexander, Jerry Crist. Dale Bury, Mustafa Badran. Wendell Bader 





Top row: Eldon Greenwood, Ryland Webb, Ravonne Dowell. Donald Hopwood, William Cunningham, Elmer Gerlaeh, Fred Cooper. Robert Keefer, 

Paul Moe 
Second row: Gerald Pox, Milton Brown, Henry Barnhart, James Bennett, Merritt Sprague, Joseph Stetson, Elmer Hendricks, Donald Griffith, John 

Clayton 
Bottom row: Dean Anderson, Theodor S< hreyer, Cletus Schertz, treasurer; Richard Vetter, president; Donald .lessen, vice president; Kenneth Dubrovin. 

reporter: William Honore. Darrell Jessen 
Not in panel: Donald Adkisson. Gerald Bachman, Gilbert Callahan. Robert Doilson. Dale Feaster. Robert Fields, John Jacus, George Lewis. William 

Martin. Thomas Maudlin, Charles Rogers, Edward Schumann, Donald ShrefHer, Charles Hhykerd, Robert Curtiss. Frederick Buxton. Raymond 

Bouas, Walter Emstrom. Kenneth Kelderman. Kenneth Getz, James (Jill, secretary; Joseph Henderson, Norman Madison, Donald McCormack, 

William Miller. Peter Peterson, Arthur Twardock 



recognizes scholarship and leadership among agri- 
cultural students 



Alpha Zeta 

D •■ AIL D ' nonors outstanding students in the field of 

D6I3 Aipna rSI accountancy 

Top row: Prof. Robert Mautz, Prof. Robert Dickey. Prof. Nelson Wakefield. Prof. James Carrithers, Prof. Cecil Mover. Donald Skadden. Prof. Hale 

Newcomer 
Second row: Sorrel Lapins, Leon Brottman, James Hanley, Vernon Zimmerman. Rudolph Schattke. David Traeger, Donald Schindel 
Bottom raw: Pete,- Jensen. Prof. Edward Breen. vire president; Eugent Lohman. president; Donald Goss, secretary; John Heidman. treasurer: Ralph 

Butler 
\i,t. in. panel: Prank l'liml. Prof. Heaton Baily, Gerald Brighton, Prof. Pembroke Brown. Prof. Charles DeLong, Prof. Essel Dillavou, Prof. Edward 

Pilbey, Prof. Charles (iaa. Prof. Horace Gray, Prof. Paul Green. Morris Kessler. Prof. Lloyd Morey. Prof. Charles Schlatter. Prof. Hiram Scovill, 

Prof . Edwin Theiss, Prof. Paul VanArsdell, Arthur Wvatt 




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Beta Gamma Sigma 




Beta Gamma Sigma is the scholarship honor- 
ary recognizing outstanding students in Com- 
merce and Business Administration. It was or- 
ganized in 1913 and is recognized by the Ameri- 
can Association of Collegiate Schools of Business. 
The alumni group numbers more than 15,000. 



Bsta Gamma Sigma strives to encourage high 
scholarship in commerce and business. Top rank- 
ing seniors and juniors in Commerce are selected 
to become members on the basis of scholarship 
and through an election by the active student 
and faculty members. 



Student Members 

Theodore Banaszewski 
Robert Berryhill 
Donald Bohrer 
Ralph Butler 
Francine Cassells 
Edwin DeMaris 
Kenneth Dunnivant 
Jerome Fireman 
Donald Goss 
James Hanley 
Peter Jensen 
Ralph Johnson 
Bydus Kaiser 



Donald 

Thomas 

Charlen 

Myron 

Eugene 

Charles 

Martha 

Franklin 

William 

Robert 

Arthur 

Robert 

Clifford 



Kelly 
Killoren 
e Landsberg 
Lieberman 
Lohman 
Marberry 
Meinecke 
Nienstedt 
North 
Painter 
Paullin 
Plotkin 
Pond 



Frederick Ruopp 
Allen Sabath 
Rudolph Schattke 
Donald Schindel 
George Schneider 
Stuart Scott 
Howard Shapiro 
Frank Shappert 
Charles Stange 
Rosalyn Summer 
Roger Swank 
Robert Trost 
Floyd Windal 



Alumni and Honorary Members 



William Brackett 
Clinton Cannon 
Ralph Green 
William Mette 
Wayne Obrecht 
James Peterson 



Paul Schroer 
Kenneth Stutler 
Geraldine Whiting 
Mr. Arthur Anderson, 
Mr. Charles Cameron, 
Mr. Edward Heidrich , 
Mr. Wayne Johnston, 



Chicago 

Chicago 

Chicago 

Chicago 



Mr. Oscar Mayer, Chicago 
Mr. Graham McCorkle, Chicago 
Mr. Louis Neumiller, Peoria 
Mr. George Rosseter, Chicago 
Mr. E. Ft. Volweiler, Chicago 
Mr. William Wardall, New York 



Faculty Members 

Prof. Harold Allen 
Prof. Arthur Anderson 
Prof. Heaton Baily 
Prof. John Bell 
Prof. Ernest Bogart 
Mr. Gerald Brighton 
Prof. William Britton 
Prof. Pembroke Brown 
Mr. Emerson Cammack 
Prof. Kenneth Carlston 
Mr. Robert Cole 
Prof. Paul Converse 
Mr. Charles Crawford 
Mr. Homer Crouse 
Mr. John Desmond 
Prof. Essel Dillavou 



Prof. Edward Filbey 
Prof. Dwight Flanders 
Prof. Charles Gaa 
Prof. Horace Gray 
Dean Paul Green 
Mr. Leon Hay 
Mr. Robert Hedges 
Prof. Addison Hickman 
Prof. Dorothy Litherland 
Prof. Simon Litman 
Prof. A. C. Littleton 
Prof. Philip Locklin 
Mr. Richard Lundquist 
Prof. Merten Mandeville 
Prof. Robert Mautz 
Prof. Robert Mayer 
Prof. Joseph McConnell 



Prof. Robert Mitchell 
Prof. Lloyd Morey 
Prof. Cecil Moyer 
Prof. Hale Newcomer 
Prof. Gordon Ray 
Prof. Frederic Russell 
Prof. Lester Sartorius 
Prof. Charles Schlatter 
Prof. Hiram Scovill 
Mr. Donald Skadden 
Prof. George Steiner 
Prof. Charles Stewart 
Dean Charles Thompson 
Prof. Paul Van Arsdell 
Prof. Nelson Wakefield 
Mr. Arthur Wyatt 



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To) row: Walter Stanke, William Kenley, corresponding secretary; Kenneth Twohey, vice president; Charles Beilfuss, William Schnobrich, secretary; 

Robert Stoll, Norman Latker 
Second row: John Landgren, George Conlee, Robert Watson, president; Kenneth Medearis. Robert Anderson, Alfred Bowald, Harold Honath 
Bottom row: William Olive/, advisor: Kwang Tuan, Ralph Perry, Klialid Mahmond. Allen Cox. treasurer; John Kaya, Pent; Ng, William Pollard, advisor 
No, in panel: George Zuurbier, Ronald Swofford 

Chi EpSllon honors hioh scho.orshlp in civil enoineerin. 



Eta Kappa Nu e^ricai 



honors outstanding students in the field of 
engineering 



Top row: Alfred Higashi, Charles Krone. Robert Marquardt, George Wagner, Raymond Eckman, Paul Aney, Rillie Preston. Jaime Romero 

Second rou Paul Hudson, advisor; John Muerle, rirr president; Lawrence Jones, corresponding secretary; Robert Ho)it. //resident; Richard Bez, 

recording secretary ; Charles Kersch, treasurer 
Bottom nu- . Otis Nakamura, Wesley Knight. Chih-Tang Sah, Melvin Cohen, Robert Dufore, Duane McCurdy 

Not in /iiiii I : Thomas Beling, James Berkovec, Erhardt liens, hie. Raymond Honey. Monte Ross, William Smith, Roland Strawn 




The Dolphin Swimming Fraternity for Uni- 
versity men was established in 1912. This 
social organization is open to all men who 
have an interest and show superior ability 
in water skills. One of the main functions 
of this organization is to improve the all- 
around swimming program at the University 
and throughout the State of Illinois. 

The annual water show is given in the Fall 
as a feature of Dad's Day week-end. One 
of the highlights of this aquatic carnival is 
the selection of the Dolphin Queen who 
acts as sponsor for the organization during 
her year's reign. 

The Dolphins officiate at swimming events, 
cooperate with Terrapin, send representa- 
tives to the National Aquatic Forum, and 
sponsor such events as splash parties, swim- 
ming clinics, and the National Junior Water 
Polo Championships. 




Officers — Top row: Frank Sears, secretary; Robert Kramp, treasurer 
Bottom row: Donald Van Rossen, president; Fred Lehman, vice president 



Dolph 



ins 



Top 

Th 

Sec 



p row: Alan Weaver, Merle Willmann, Jacob Grossman, Nicholas Karpinehik, Ronald Pearce, Daniel Miollis, Roger Johnson 
ird row: Donald Sammons, Carl Krainp, Stuart Olson, Jerry Hay. Donald Lamorticella, George Gfroerer, Benjamin Ruben, David Mt 
cond row: Donald Siegel, Joseph Abrahams, Fred Lehman, irice president; Donald Van Rossen, president; Robert Krainp, treasurer; 
secretary; Robert. Cryer 



Mersbaeh 

Frank Sears, 



Bottom row: Thomas Wood, Helmut, Witt, George Sonnenleiter, Arthur l'y. .lames Voorhees, William Jones 





Top rou •: Joanna Chorpening, Virginia I ange, Lmcile Grant, Rachel Slu-ils. Nancy Popel, Irene Theodore, Carole Murphy 

Bottom row: Norma Murvin, recording secretary; Constance Ogan, corresponding secretary; Phyllis Murphy, president; Jane Reed, viee president; 

Nancy Tilroe, treasurer 
Not in panel : Jane Rendleman. Charlotte Mattheis, Audrey Sahulz, Nedra Phelps, Ernestine Hanks, Ann Sternberg 

/V\U ■ ill MpSllOn honors women in the fieOd of music 



Phi Upsilon Omicron 



promotes and advances home 
economics 



Top row: Joyce Bolton, Janet Wisely, treasurer; Katlirvn Clifford, Carole Poszimek, Martha Prather, Jane Brubaker, Mary Puqua, advisor 
Bottom raw: Carvl Towsley, Orpha Crook, Marilvn Polk, vice president; Mary Harlow, corresponding secretary; Charmaine Husack, Marilyn Minks 
Not in panel: Frances Adams. Jan Arensman, Joan Bruder, Mary Crawford. Marilyn Hoyt. Laura Mollet, recording secretary; Velma Riley, Marilyn 
Womeldorff, president 





Top row: Joseph Libnoch, Edwin Kerr, Norman Taylor, Raymond Yockey, Jerry Earlier 

Third row. Richard Anderson, Delinar Strelow, David Comings, Robert Hamilton. Eugene Trager, Richard Bergeron 

Second row. Karen Krai, Myron Weiner, Howard Weinstein, Jordon Katz. David Bone 

Bottom row: Carl Barthelemy, William Stone. Jerome Hahn, vice president; Arnold Tatar, president; I-yle Wacaser, treasurer; Donald Wiczer, historian. 

Not in panel : James Stoetzel, secretary 

O D f. D' promotes a better understanding of the 

mCga Deta r I medical profession 

i ill V-*mI I nCl3 promotes the commerce profession for women 

Top row: Adel Fochtmann. Ellen Rhode. Arleno Schuppenhauer, Joanne Martie, Rae Grosch, Barbara Lowis, Mary Butzack 

Second row: Dorothy Perdue, Mary Shinn. Diane Zaremba, Dorothy Mielke, Renata Windmueller, Dolores Siegert. Marjorie Oathout 

Bottom row: Prof. Alice. Kirkpatrick, advisor,- Dorothy Jeffers, treasurer; Shirley Armstrong, president; Arline Ekstedt, vice president; Wilms Davis, 

secretary ; Ruth Ke'tart, Norma Harshbarger. Frances McCown 
Not in panel : Betty Cook. Betty Terhune, Theresa Ruth, Constance Berutti 






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Top row: Kevin Corry, Bill Zanetakos, Roger Wing, Albin Warner, Paul Hyde, Asbury Moore 

Second row: he, .in Hafer, J..mes Vcorhees, Kenneth Wellington. Ralph Peterson, Carl Ahrer.s 

Bottom row: John Cameron, secretary; Irving Korita, treasurer; Seward Staley, Donald Van Rossen, vice president; Ja;:ies Bokenkamp, president 

Phi tpSllOn KdOpa promotes the field of physical education 



K III lit 3 iSPma rewards high scholarship among freshman men 






Top row: Rolland Bethards, Robert Hodain. Richard Donohoe, Richard Hull, Robert Gerhart, David Clark. Byron West, Thomas Rowader, David 
Comings 

Thin', run-: Raymond S'anker, Joseph Libnoch, Richard Swanson, Rudolph Moragne. Albert Bledig. James Rudolph, Kenneth Rose, Howard Leftwich, 
David Andrews, Jennis Bapst 

Secona row: Stanley Routh, Ryland Webb. Richard Ey, Robert Thornblad, James Swan. Eugene Stunard, -lames Nagle, George Gfroerer, John Ran- 
dolph, Joseph Corbett Myron Miller 

Bottom row: Franklin Kuo, Georgo .Milnin. Donald Jelinck, Eric Stattin, Richard Bergeron, vice president; Warren Niokerson, president; Thomas 
Felke, secretary; George Holzman, Ruey Liu, 'i liomas Harvey 

Not in panel: Cecil Worrels, freasur"r 





Top rote: Prof. Dean McFeron, advisor; Donald Kralie, Walter Hulvey, Isidore Sobczak, Berchard Coppens, Everett Fields. Harlan Peithman, treasurer 
SetOni. row: Daniel Schoeberle, engineering council representative; Eric Aagaard, Raymond Golik, Edward Robinson, Harold Sinder, John Sears. 

Prof. James Leach 
Bottom row: Stanley Rzepecki, Robert Coughlin, John Altenholf. president; Chuan Chen, rice president; Larry Stum]). Robert Quinlan 
No': in pane': John Krupka, recording secretary; Burzoe Ghandhi, corresponding secretary; Mishal Hammodat. Edwin Levitan, Donald Bailey, Richard 

Lance, Philip Mueller, John Williams 



P' ~p C^ rt fosters the high ideals of the mechanical engi- 

I I all 3lPlTla neering profession 






CI_ . RrN^r-J recognizes senior women who are outstanding in 

DmOi iCl DOaiCI leadership and service for the University 



Top /«(': Margaret Turnbow, Barbara Schmitt, Wanda Hash. Patricia Hasehvood, Frances Little. Sandra Cohon, Barbara Laker. 
Second row : Barbara Nicely, president; Gloria (Jable, rice president; Mrs. Lorraine Nielsen, advisor; Betty Terhune, treasurer 

Bottom roir: Carolyn Ki is, Carolee Little, Sally Hagar, Donna Green 

Not in, panel: Orpha Crook, secretary; Nancie McGill, Marilyn Chambers 



Lucille Muzzarelli 





Officers— Top row: Patricia Robinson, Shi-Ai sing chairman; Joan Holin, 

secretary; Sharon Mayflall, president 
iu,iu,„i. row. Sabra Mills, vice president; Alice Cramer, treasurer 



The purposes of Shi-Ai, sophomore activ- 
ity honorary for sorority women, are to pro- 
mote and strengthen friendships among 
sororities and to encourage interest in cam- 
pus activities. Shi-Ai also holds exchanges 
with Skull and Crescent and Star and Scroll, 
sophomore men's activity honoraries. 

Established in 1920 at Northwestern, Shi- 
Ai has done much in the way of service pro- 
jects. Shi-Ai gives an annual Christmas 
party for the children of Huling Orphans 
Home in Rantoul. A milk fund drive for 
needy Champaign-Urbana families is spon- 
sored along with Shi-Ai Sing, the annual in- 
tersorority sing given during Mothers Day 
weekend. 

Every fall, each sorority chooses two 
sophomore girls outstanding in leadership, 
activities, and scholarship to become 
pledges to Shi-Ai. 



Shi-A. 



Top row: Carole Lanoff. Joyce Chalcraft, Betty Hartsell, Sarah Mefford, Phyllis Bellamy, Carol Petefish, Diane Johnson, Mary Rigney, Leslie Ator, 

Graeo Prappas, Judith Desch, Patricia Hurt. Phyllis Hasse. Phyllis Birtwell 
Third row: Marjorio Willke. Joan Drucker, Jo Anne Hagnauer. Diann Hansen. Sabra Mills, vice president; Sharon Mayhall. president; Joan Holin, 

secretary; Alice Cramer, treasurer; Anne Davis. Jean Holmes. Lois Kilburn 
Second row: Valerie Kilburn, Mary Litherland, Carol Cox. Marie Melville, Lavaun Schild, Lynda Couch, Barbara Schedel. Sue Anderson, Doris Drew. 

Joan Beatty. Jane Sweidal 
Bottom row: Lorraine Borman, Renee Grauer. Janet Lett'. Carol Hyman, Sheila Fleming, Toni Hribal. Nina Temple. Shirley Wennerstrand, Carol 

Peterson 
Not in panel: Patricia Robinson. Carolyn Meyer. Patricia Firebangh, Ann Sternberg, Nancy Borus/.ak. Arlene Stauber 





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Star and Scroll is a sophomore men's hon- 
orary fraternity which was founded at the 
University of Illinois for the purpose of pro- 
moting interfraternity fellowship, raising 
freshman scholastic standards, encouraging 
freshmen in activities, and perpetuating the 
traditions of the University. 

Membership is made up of two men 
selected each year from the seventeen mem- 
ber fraternities on the basis of their scho- 
lastic standing and potential success as r j 
campus leader in extracurricular activities. 

An annual highlight of Star and Scroll 
includes the formal dance and the selection 
of a queen chosen from candidates repre- 
senting each of the member houses. The 
organization participated in student activity 
night, the Sweet Sixteen Circus, and in co- 
sponsorship with Shi-Ai, presented a Union 
Coffee hour. 




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■; Pie 



Officers— Top row: Peter Couch, secretary; Luke Oberwis 
Petit, serg eant-at-arms ; Frederick Mobley, treaswrer 

Bottom row: Gerald Germanson, vice president; Vance VanTa.ssell, presi- 
dent 



Star and Scroll 



To t ) row: William Jackson. Morris Sterneck, Benjamin Borowsky, Walter Kurth, Benton Allen. Jack Andrews, Richard Kenyon, Bertil Mattson, Marvin 

Lieberman, William Milbratz, Kenneth Anderson 
Second row: John Thompson, Leonard Gardner, Charles Gautschy, Christ Sarro. Thomas Mizera, Clifford Waldbeser, Paul Adesko, Herbert Thurman, 

Daniel Spink. Rutland Bethards, Charles Hoover, Donald Koss 
Bottom row: Peter Conch, secretary; Pierre Petit, sergeant-at-arms ; Vance VanTassell, president; Gerald Germanson, rife president; Frederick Mobley. 

treasurer; Robert Webb, Luke Oberwise, Melvin Wagner, Ralph Sanders, lames Fleischer 
!\'<t'. ;,.. nane.l • Russell Bolton, Gordon Ropp, Charles Morris, Frederick Leafgren, Herbert Gross, Richard McCarthy, Michael Greenfield 





Officers : Hul'Ii Giertz, vice president; Benjaman Farnuin. president; Mar- 
vin Graves, secretary; James Wilgus, treasurer 



Skull and Crescent is a national fraternity 
honoring sophomore men who are outstand- 
ing in activities and scholarship. Its mem- 
bers are chosen from the twenty-five oldest 
fraternities on campus. Its main objective 
is to create and promote interfraternity 
fellowship and encourage freshmen to excei 
in scholarship and campus activities. 

An annual pajama race is held in the 
armory. Other social events sponsored by 
the organization are an annual dinner dance, 
a pladge banquet, and an exchange with the 
members of Shi-Ai, women's sophomore 
honorary. 

Each year the new initiates are awarded 
Skull and Crescent pins which are passed 
down from the previous members. They in 
return present the alums with an honorary 
paddle. The Illinois Helmet Chapter has 
maintained its traditions for over thirty 
years. 



Skull and Crescent 



Tap row. Gene Sanders, George Gfroerer, Leonos Muret, Edward Bottomley, .Tack Arnold, Thomas Felke, David Morse, Peter Wragg, Charles Sullivan 
Second row: John McLaughlin, Fredrick Davis. John McCarthy, Hugh (iiertz, vice president; Benjaman Farnum, president; Marvin Graves, secretary; 

James Wilgus. treasurer; William Faude. Ralph Reno 
Bottom row: Robert Sheldon. Donald Maylath, Donald Powell, Charles Perry, Larry Smith. Gerald Lahey. Thomas Harvey. Richard Forrest 
Not in panel: Kieth Daniel, Robert Hodam, Jack Hale. Edward Barthell, Donald Hooker, James Penn, Robert Gasaway, Harold Tenney, Max Ponder, 

Roy Fenslemiakcr. John Sharp. Clarence Losch, Loren Krause. Donald Tate. John Hester. Arthur Andrew. Edward Kelly, Louis Fancher, Robert 

Clark. Paul Postlewaite. Clarence DeMoss, Frank Fiorenza, Carlton Piepho, Charles Finn 




Sigma Tau, engineering honorary, was 
founded in 1904 at the University of Ne- 
braska. The objectives of the fraternity are 
the recognition of personal attainments on 
the part of engineering students and the 
promotion of the interests of the engineer- 
ing college. 

Membership is made up of men ranking 
in scholarship among the upper one third of 
the juniors and seniors in recognized engi- 
neering schools. Selection is based upon 
practicality and sociability. As a measure 
of recognition for outstanding work while 
an undergraduate, Sigma Tau offers a fel- 
lowship which can be used to finance a year 
of post-graduate work at any reputable 
university. 

Since its founding at Illinois in 1914, the 
organization has offered opportunity for the 
development of professional contacts and 
friendships. 




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ding 



etary; Richard Scott, 



Officers — 7'»/< row: August Storr, 

historian 
Bottom row: Raymond Honey, president; Erhardt Deuschle, vice president; 

John Herbolsheimer, treasurer 



Sigma Tau 



Top row: David Ward, Edward Groebe, William Heitmann, William Schnobrich, John Krupka, Kenneth Twohey, William Munro, Walter Hulvey, 

Carl Carlson 
Second rote: Alfred Bowald, Richard Scott, historian; Erhardt Deuschle. vice president; Raymond Honey, president; John Herbolsheimer. treasurer; 

August Storr, corresponding secretary; Harold Honath, Thomas Tucker, Kwang-nan Tuan 
Bottom row: Chih-Tang Sah, Eric Aagaard, Robert. Anderson, Donald Rockholm, Robert Hoyt. Douglas Leader. Donald Krahe, George Zuurbier 




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Top row: Hassan Tewfik, Thomas Goad, Richard Perry. Dale Henning, Philip Kaiplackel 

Second row : Arthur Anderson. Thomas O'Shaugnessy, riee president : Robert Berryhill, Ibrahim Abdalla, Wayne Thomas 

Bottom row: Proi. Merten Mandeville, Clinton Spivey, Robert Shaw, secretary; Joseph Klapkowski, president; Raymond Miezelis, treasurer: Max 
Richards 

Not in panel : Donald Grass 



Sigma lota Epsilon 



furthers the interest in industrial engi- 
neering 



Society 



I I «• §■****** honors art students who maintain 
Ol IllUStrdtOrS high scholarship 



T<>i> row : John Sorbie, Conrad Ross. David Dietemann, Raymond Slanker, treasurer ; Doris Huber 
Second row: Barbara Austin. Joanne Brewer, Prof. John Raushenberger, Judith Duffin, Carol Hodges 

Bottom rote: Carmen Mowry, president; Helen Immonen. Patricia McGee, secretary; Jaequelyn Jones, Patricia Clare, Patricia Vallero. Janet Gronberg 
Not in panel: Robert Taugner, Patricia Severin, Larry Kettelkamp, Sara Hayes. Helen Weber. Richard Gersch, Jack Orman, Charles Johnston, Florence 
Si hwarU. James Johnson, Mar.lyn Fleming. Betty Wade, Frank Wilkey. Lowell Axelrad, David Edmunds. Jane Johns, Bice president 




Tau Beta Pi, an extensively recognized en- 
gineering honor society, was founded at 
Lehigh University in 1885 "to mark in a fit- 
ting manner those who have conferred honor 
upon their Alma Mater by distinguished 
scholarship and exemplary character as un- 
dergraduates in engineering, or by their 
attainments as alumni in the field of engi- 
neering, and to foster a spirit of liberal cul- 
ture in the engineering colleges of America." 

Since 1885 Tau Beta Pi has spread across 
the nation with at present over 70,000 mem- 
bers belonging to ninety-two chapters. In 
1897 Illinois Alpha was established as the 
fifth chapter at the University of Illinois. 
Membership is open to junior and senior 
students in all branches of engineering who 
meet required standards of scholarship, 
leadership, and character. 




Officers — Top row: Frederick Mobley, vice president; Vladimir Ktoikov, 

cataloger; Robert Stoll, recording secretary 
Botto)tt. row: John Messner, president; John Landgren, corresponding sec- 
retary; Wesley Knight, treasurer 



Tau Beta Pi 



Top row: James Waggoner, Harold Honath, Roland Strawn, William Schnobrich, John Kaya. John Mnerle. John Kiefer 

Bottom row: Ohuan Chen. Prof. Joseph Barkson, advisor: Prof. Ross Martin, advisor; Robert Stoll. recording secretary; John Landgren. corresponding 

secretary; Wesley Knight, treasurer; John Messner, president 
Not in panel: Donald Burnett, Alfred Higashi. Jerry Kaswan. Frederick Mobley, Dice president: Earl Sloan. Vladimir Stoikov, George Wagner 





Officers — Top row: Nancy Berquist, synchronized swimming chairman; 
Mutya Tirol, treasurer; Joyce Strong, vice president; Mary Kent, sec- 
retary 

Bottom row: Martha island. W.A.A. representative; Mildred Heischmidt, 
historian; Roberta Roseerans, president; Thielma Tirol, competitive 
swimming chairman 



Terrapin, an honorary swimminq club for 
University women, selects its pledges on the 
basis of swimming skill and potential water 
ballet skill. The aims of the club are to fur- 
ther interest and proficiency in aquatics, to 
promote a spirit of good sportsmanship and 
friendship among its members, and to en- 
courage interest and participation in aquatic 
activities at the University and elsewhere. 

One highlight of the year is the Mothers 
Day water show consisting of water musical 
numbers written and produced by members. 
Terrapin sponsors the Women's Interhouse 
Swimming Meet, supports swimming events 
on campus, and acts as a parent to Guppies. 
In September, 1952, Terrapin offered for the 
first time an Educational Service Fund de- 
signed to assist students in research work 
connected with aquatic activities. 



Terrapin 



Top row: Helen McFarland. Carole Seherwat, Barbara Calvert. Auguste Lehman, Nancj Opsall, loan Alderson, Nancy Jackson, Diane Reich. Dorothy 

Porter, Sue Berquist, Nancy Carter, Janice Mathews. Doris Picken, Patricia Pavlis, Beverly Bryngelson, .lane Sweidal, Mildred Heischmidt, 

historian; Nancy Berquist 
Third ran-: Doris Bullock, advisor; Lorraine Nielsen, advisor; Donna.jeanne Bishop, Helen Andrews, Doris Simonson, Mary Betzald, Dabette Hettinger, 

Marylou McGowan, Joan Beatty, Karen Holmes, Sandra Haussermann, Adrienne Keller, Phyllis Miner, Martha Bland 
Second row: .lean Kruger, Mary Blodgett, Patricia Palbicke, Harriette Rahinak. Mary Vachta, Doris Lokay. Helen Hill, Elizabeth Hoel, Anne Twar- 

dock, Sarah McConnell, Marcia Stenberg, Thielma Tirol 
Bottom ran-: Marilyn Jones. Jean Ringenberg, Jean Simon, Ruth Greener, Mary Terry. Frances Sherman, Floy Rowland. Jean Tuber, Marlyn Kasson. 

Genevievo Gould. Nancy Wolff, Mutya Tirol, treasurer; Mary Kent, secretary; Joyce Strong, vice president; Roberta Roseerans, president 
Not in panel: Jacqueline Mash, Nancy Buck, Patricia Rieger, Leonide Gaines, Carolyn Meyer. Rebecca Sargent, Dolores Brence, Ruth Barrie, Jonne! 

Rayney. Reta Miller, Violeta Chang, Petty McDougall, Ann Roe 




Tomahawk, an activity honorary for inde- 
pendent sophomore men, has a representa- 
tion of all the major activities on campus. 
Members are nominated at the end of their 
freshman year by the recommendations 
of their particular activity. The members 
choose those whom they consider to be the 
most capable of carrying on the high stand- 
ards of the fraternity. 

The purpose of Tomahawk is to give rec- 
ognition for outstanding work in activities, 
to inspire those persons chosen for member- 
ship to greater achievement during their 
remaining years at the University, to act as 
a service organization on campus, and to 
strengthen bonds of friendship among inde- 
pendent men. 

The first chapter of Tomahawk was found- 
ed at the University of Illinois in 193 1 and 
has since maintained an excellent record of 
over two decades of service. 




Officers -Top row: John Ontiveros, treasurer; Gordon Cash, 

Richard Meeks, rxr president 
Bottom row: John Hoyt. secretary; Melvin Schleuter, president 



Tomahawk 



Top row: Richard Hull. Clayton Fox, John Brandt 

Third row: Kenneth Peart, Rickard Roguski, William Thomas, Arthur Eggers, Carl Ehler, Merle Dunn 

Second row: Robert Feldinan. Berndt Schertzer, Monte Locander, Jennis liapst, Joseph l.litt 

Bottom row: John Ontiveros, treasurer; Richard Meeks. i-irc president; Melvin Schlneter. president; John Hoyt, secretary; Gordon Cash, historian 

2V:s in panel: Calvin -Sifter:! advisor Joseph Cirbett Bi;hard Hall William Manning Euhari O Le&ry Robert Radnik \\ illiam Schrader k; ith Y\ llhonr 





Top row : Ann Taylor. Lois Gualano, Jane Funkhouser, Mrs. Virginia Saddler. Dorothy Schlegel, Martha Cluverius 

Middle row: Myra Podvoll, Helen Krebs, Geraldine Tondi. Nancy Amm, Donna Frame. Lois Lindsey 

Bottom row: Gloria Gable. Joyce Berber. Barbara Schwartz. Wanda Bash, Anne Knehn 

Not in panel : Elizabeth Ballot. Barbara Eisendrath, Cecile Gagan, Judith Heien, Nancy Mctiill 



Tl i Qirtt-*-**^ Dkfti reco 9 n ' zes high scholarship attainment 
I nGl3 31 Pill a l rll among women in journalism 






Zeta Phi Eta 



promotes all worthy speech and dramatic enter 
prises 



Top row: Nancy Barrow, Rose O'Neill, Mary Rice, Mary Julian, second vice president; Carolyn Wilhns. Donna Brown, Josephine Leaf, Martha Messner 

Second row: Lorenza Russo. Kathryn Trimmer, Jane Gray, Ruth Hortin, Alice Froehling, Helen Hill. Josephine App, Sara Davison 

Bottom row: Bonnio Nakamuro, Joan Woll, recording secretary; Carolyn Emons, first rice president; Paula Miller, president; Sherri Zuckerman, 

Carolyn Krimbill, Mary Kula. corresponding secretary; Laurel Rich 
Noi in pood : Dr. Severina Nelson, advisor; Norma Mills, treasurer; .Muriel Boehl, Trula Larson, Barbara Barnes, Nancy Turppa 





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Organizations 



Organizations and societies are a valuable part 
of campus life. By belonging to an organization 
whose activities pertain to the student's chosen 
field, the student receives the opportunity to 
relate and apply the theory learned in the class- 
room to the field of work in which he will be en- 
gaged in the future. He is able to meet and 
converse with prominent men in his chosen occu- 
pation, participate in field trips, and keep in- 
formed of the latest trends and developments in 



his field. Equally as important, however, is the 
opportunity afforded the student to engage in 
the numerous social activities held by these or- 
ganizations, offering him the chance to further 
develop his character and personality. 

In the following pages are the organizations 
and societies represented at Illinois. It is hoped 
that the student will recognize the aims of these 
organizations and the accomplishments of those 
who are active members. 



Agricultural Education Club 



encourages achieve- 
ment in agriculture education 



Top row: Prof. John Matthews, Robert Tuttle, Virgil Molinarolo, Jewel Jenne. Elmer Gerlach, Irvin Smith 

Third row: Donald Pepper, Donald Jones, Banta Bundy. Paul Carey, Jesse Keyset-. Ronald Lewfer, Orval Kerehner, Jack Gilmore, August Kunkle, 

Wayne Kern, Roger Courson, Eldon Aupperle, John Dewer, Paul Brown, Richard Eubank. John Rodeffer 
Second row: Robert Adams. Ronald Peters, reporter; Stephen Kingry, Raymond Koontz, George Von Lankin, Robert Irwin, Jeff Brooks, Fred Cooper. 

James Bennett, Ezra Oberle, Carl Gowler, James Lipe, Vernon Shepherd, Marvin Gummersheimen 
Bottom row: Hayward Reeder, Charles Ri/er. John Rundle, Harold Huber. James Bliler. secretary; Donald Hopwood. Harold Hallberg. president: Ra- 

vonno Dowell, vice president; George Lander, treasurer: Henry Reichman, Robert Polley, Gordon Beck, Robert Lorgent 






Officers- T<>i> row: Genn Holmes, council member; Bertil Mattson, coun- 
cil member; Lowell Warner, council member; James Stinecamp, coun- 
cil member 

Bottom run-: Merle Miller, reporter; William Miller, president; Dale Peas- 
ter, vice president; Benton Allen, secretary 



Founded in 1895, the Agriculture Club 
has promoted an interest in agriculture. 
Events such as All-Ag Field Day, the Aggie 
Talent Show, Spring Judging Contest, the 
All-Ag Spring Open House, and the Plow- 
boy Prom are sponsored and directed by 
the officers and members of the Agriculture 
Club. 

Eight clubs which promote specialized 
fields of agriculture are subsidiary organiza- 
tions of the Agriculture Club. These are 
the Dairy Production Club, the Dairy Tech- 
nology Club, the Agriculture Economics 
Club, the Agricultural Education Club, the 
Field and Furrow Club, the Horticulture 
Club, the Poultry Club, and the Hoof and 
Horn Club. Activities of these organizations 
are coordinated by the Agriculture Coun- 
cil, composed of the presidents of the eight 
subsidiary clubs and the editor of the Mini 
Rural Observer. 



Agriculture Club 



Top row: Richard Vial, Peter Peterson, Robert Kinser, Franklyn Willey, Fred Heyl. Robert Weiss. Richard Durick, Leon Cssert, Raymond Duewer, 

La Verne Gillespie, John Carson, James Day. Max Fulling, Benton Allen, secretary; Howard Elliott, Lowell Warner 
Third row: David Cole. Ivan Lawfer, Bertil Mattson. Vance VanTassell, lames Ross. Donald Smith. Marlin Stewart, .lames Bridgeland, Thomas Hille- 

brenner, John Rentchler, William Baird, Ronald Clayton. Gayle Krantz, William Heinhorst, Joseph Stetson, John Herchelman, Donald Adkisson 
Second row: Stephen MaeQuilkin, Elmer Gerlach, Donald Masters. William Burgess, Paul Curtiss, Wallace Reynolds. Richard Stone, Ralph Ziegler. 

Roger Zuinn, Waller Richner, Rudolph Becker, Don Debolt, Donald Robertson, James Bliler. Don Huflalin, Cale Taylor, William Brite 
Bottom rou Cordon Ropp, Ranndle Eri son. William Cunningham. Merritt Sprague, Robert Knudson, Joseph Umbach, Leonard Gardner, James Mawson, 

William Miller, president; Ronald Kink. Joe Bicknell, William Whitfield, Jon Kllis, Richard Fulton, Holland Main. Merle Miller, reporter; Richard 

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The principal aims of the Accountancy 
Club are to promote understanding and fel- 
lowship between faculty and students in the 
College of Commerce, and to develop an 
interest in accounting. All students who 
have received credit in two semesters of 
accountancy are eligible for membership. 

Talks by noted accountants are features 
of monthly meetings designed to acguaint 
members with current trends in accounting. 
The annual spring field trip gives members 
the opportunity to inspect the accounting 
systems of several plants. 

The executive committee of the organi- 
zation consists of a Senior and Junior Coun- 
cil. The Senior Council handles publicity, 
membership drives, and the selection of 
speakers to address the meetings. Junior 
and sophomore members can serve on the 
Junior Council. 




Officers: Robert Stedronsky, president ; Dorothy Perdue, secretary-treasurer ; 
Sorrel! Lapins. vice president 



Accountancy Club 



Top row: William Ricks, Barry Gilberg, Robert Doetsch, Morton Weisman, Charles Kassel, Ronald Young 

Seventh row: Robert Brown, John Barker. Ernest Sims, Roy Heidemann, Donald Austin, Jack Simpson, David Traeger. Fernand Mercier, John Elsen, 

Donald Schindel, Lawrence Harani. Harold Lasater, Bonis Olivero 
Sixth row: Ronald Chason, Richard Swanson, Donald (loss, Bernard Schwartz, William Lonkenau, Ralph Dieball, Walter Linden, Joe Thompson, Sher- 

win Begoun, Edwin Koziol, Prof. James Carrithers, advisor 
Fifth row: John Greathouse. Richard Davison. Robert Parr, Doyle Webb, Henry Jachec, Howard Getz, Edward Kercher, William Beuttler, William 

Tessien, John Heideman, Robert Klein, Robert. Woelfel 
Fourth row: Edward Benesh, James Hanley, Martin Leanee, Ronald Flores, William Beck, George Smith, Frederic Heim. Robert Hutchings, Richard 

Fedro. Richard Hutson, Clarenco Banks, James Green, Henry Kastler 
Third row: Stanford Goldman, James Smith, Jerome Shotola, Morton Wax, Frederick Mesenbrink, James Brodnicki, William Hegg, George Ruediger, 

Robert Kaut/.i, Fred Meyer, Gerald Rubin, Jack Stemberger, Donald Goldberg. Myron Chalden 
Second row: Charles Larson, Dorothy Parsons, Marjorie Boyle, Frances McCown, Dorothy Perdue, secretary-treaswer ; Robert Stedronsky. president; 

Sorrell Lapins. (>/<■<• president; Harold Strauss, Charlotte Cumby, Joan DeVries, Linda Selders. Alice Nichols. Ann Wilgus 
Bottom row: Leland Wise, Daniel Anderson, Richard Cole, Allan Jacobs, George James, Allen Sered, Leon Brottman. John Whitman 





To)> row. Suzanne Smith, Sherwood Parker, Kent McDaniel, Gregorio Zolko, Mohkam Sandhu, Joyce Chalcraft 

Bottom row: Mary Frank, Thomas Caldwell, secretary; Dean Arthur Hamilton, George Wilson, president ; Angelina Pietrangeli, advisor; Betty Berry- 
hill, treasurer 
Xot in panel : Walter Faster. Laura Donagher, Robert Sonderskov, Dulal Bopejari, Dell Wydell 

Allahabad Student Affiliation Board 

endeavors to aid world understanding 



University of Illinois Flying Club 

provides flying time and social activities 

Top row: Linton Kyjita. Harold Weaver. Homer Hiser, Glen Ainundson, advisor; Robert Mertens, Leslie Bryan, Morton Clotfelter, Robert. Newlin, Ernest 
Blatchley _ . „ , 

Bottom rote: Russel Odman, Robert Crietzberg, William Butler, vice president; Donald Manthei, president; Frederic Giles, treasurer: Robert Northcutt, 
secretary; Gary Singley, Charles Drewes 

Not in panel: Charles Watson 




Alpha Phi Omega is the national service 
fraternity composed of university men who 
are or have been affiliated with the Scouting 
movement. The organization on this campus 
is the Alpha Alpha chapter. 

The principal aim of Alpha Phi Omega is 
service. Among its many projects on cam- 
pus are work parties to the scout camp, a 
scout swim meet, a Christmas Stocking Party 
for needy children, a food booth at the 
Spring Carnival, and a recreation booth at 
the Sweet Sixteen Circus. It also sponsors 
the Ugly Man Contest to raise money for a 
scholarship fund established by Alpha Phi 
Omega. Among social activities are ex- 
changes, coke dates, swimming parties, and 
a major dance. 

The requirements for membership are 
previous scouting experience, satisfactory 
scholarship, and a desire to render service 
to others. 




Officers — Top rote: Raymond Miezelis, historian; Richard Nash, recording 
secretary; Richard Hull, alumni secretary; Stuart Boyle, sergeant at 
arm*; James McConnell, corresponding secretary 

Bottom row: George Van Emden, treasurer ; Jerry Wright, second vice presi- 
dent; Ira Boyer, president; George Florman, first viee president 



Alpha Phi Omega 



Top rote: Kenneth Peart, Hermit Schertzer, Ralph Golden, Dayitl Ponseca, Richard Hangren, Bruce Hulfer. Donald Kaiser 

Second row: Glenn Abel, James Winkelman. Raymond Miezelis. Stuart Boyle. Milo Illich, Clarence Feiereisel, Harry Krueger 

Bottom row: James McConnell, corresponding secretary ; George Florman. first rice president; Ira Boyar, president; Jerry Wright, second rice president ; 

George Van Emden, treasurer; Richard Hull 
-Yoi in panel: William Bayley, Richard Beckenbaugh, William Blaine. Stuart Devore, Donald (ioff, Stanley Kirschner, John Kuller, Joseph Mulligan, 

Robert Olander, Arthur O'Leary, Dillon Ross, Michael Saalas. Earl Smith. Clifford Weidner, Edward Wojtas 



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Top row: William Plankenhorn, Peter Shalek. William Lindenberg. Ehvin Johnson, George Duff, Harold Bennett. Kenneth Eckrote, Keith Betts, Clyde 

Smith, Arthur Friedberg. \\ arren Rowlinson. Kenneth Pittman 
Second row: Russell Bolton, Clarence Hoenig. Irvin McKeand, Robert Foxall. James Glasford. John Schultz, Robert Mertens, Gene Thomasson, Donald 

Lathrop. Raymond Janke. William Bratschun, Ralph Kraft, James Nelson 
Bottom row: Eugeno Lynch. Robert Beals, Andrew Andrews. Robert Cowan, treasurer; William Scott, president; Victor Tennery. secretary; Richard 

Anderson, vice president; Prof. Alfred Allen, Prof. Ralph Hursh. George Stockdale 
Not in panel : Richard Gates, Stephen Jensen. Raymond Moehle, Charles Russell, John Sincere. Rey Tung 

American Ceramic Society promotes educational 

and social activities among ceramic engineers 

American Foundrymen's Society promotes 

terest in the engineering aspects of the foundry industry 

Top roil-: Roger Borris, William Smith. Thomas Regul. Oliver Smith. James P.ueche. Gerald Slocuiu 

Third row: Prof. Kenneth Trigger. Donald Kalamirr. Donald Rockholm, Richard Hill. James Hatch. Richard Wharton, K. C. Oei, Donald Bokenkamp, 

( James Leach, advisor 
Second row: Willard Putz. Donald Davis. Clyde Young, i-irc chairman; Bruce Cook, chairman; Carl Beert. treasurer; Kemp Bunting, secretary ; Doug- 
las Leader. Wayland Smith 
Bottom run ■ : Tomar. Vega. Miquel Alvarez. Richard Somerville, Ramirez Gonzalo, Rapael Roa. George Milum. Robert Browning 



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Top row: Richard Reichel, William Munro, Jay Scheldorf, Robert Oster, Eldon Bourassa, Russel Code. Richard Gosnell, William Roberts, Norman Plot- 
kin, John Rener, Leland Miller. Visvaris Treibachs, Harlan Feldkirchner. John Henry. Andre Remec 

Second row: John Podeszwa, Donald Dans. Norman Hn]>p. William Lehn, Joseph Endres, Dr. Harry Drickamer, Dr. Fraser Johnstone, Dr. Robert Finn, 
advisor; Richard Benes, Donald Turner, Robert Wiederkehr, Robert Schrader, Jerry McDaniels, Earl Blough, Thomas Tucker 

Bottom row: Robert Zielinski. Gordon Nelson, Dr. James Westwater, Dr. Max Peters. John Fort man, George Ratkovic. Delmar Gottschalk, treasurer; 
William Hager, president ; Antonio Pizzato, vice president; Joseph Santangelo, Harold Larson, Egbert Diggers, Dominic Valesano, Dale Schneider, 
Meyer Wiesel, Donald Ramberg 

Not in panel: Robert Carper, Martin Goldstein 

A I t^l^ P promotes fellowship among men in chemical engineer- 
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Top row: Lloyd Curry, James Hinkle, Harold Fisher. Robert McDowell, Robert Stnsell, Donald Flaherty. R. C. Hay. Howard Wakeland 

Second rote: Sergej Sokolov, Adib Zakiyah. James Whitt, Hngli Mi-Master. Cletus Schertz, John Mainey, David Sirp, Charles Ultig, Ned Bline 

Bottom row: Donald Zook, William Rohaly, vice president; Leslie Maxedon, president; Henry Spies. Theodore Schreyer, John Bliss, John Anderson, 

Larry Geer 
Not in, panel : Howard Hadler, treasurer ; Charles Rogers, secretary 




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Officers: Duane McCurdy, vice chairman; Laurel Chapman, l.R.E. corres- 
ponding secretary; Herbert Hornischer, Engineering Council repre- 
sentative; Phillip Lee. chairman; Robert DuFore. A..1.E.E. correspond- 
iini xern>tarn : John Powell, Engineering Council representative; Jaime 
Romero, secretary 

Not in panel: Richard Bez, treasurer 



The advancement of allied sciences and 
arts, a high professional standing among its 
members, and the advancement of the indi- 
vidual engineer are the aims of the American 
Institute of Electrical Engineers and the In- 
stitute of Radio Engineers. The student 
branch is patterned after the national 
organizations and functions in the same 
general manner. This familiarizes the student 
with the operation of the national organiza- 
tion to which he will belong when he goes 
into the professional field. 

The student branch aids in developing the 
latent abilities of the students, sponsors field 
trips, backs student reforms, and encour- 
ages presentation and discussion of papers 
and reports. The A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. sponsors the 
senior-faculty banquet, student picnic, base- 
ball tournament, and participates in the St. 
Pat's Ball and the Engineering Open House. 



A. L L L - 1. R, E. 



Top row: Don Semon, Norwood Booth, .Monte Ross, Don Garland, John Tisevich, Raymond Eckman, Carl Shook. Richard Wolfsberger, Allan Anderson. 
Fernando Garbrecht, John Lewis. Edward Groebe, Charles Krone. Prof. 1'anl Schwarzlose, advisor 

Third row: Prof. Ernest Reid, advisor; Howard Neal, Fernando Restrepo, Wilbur Visher, Edward Huber, Lloyd Demel, Ralph Hodges, Jim DeHorn, 
Robert I'Yldman. John Zinkns. Raymond Honey 

Second row: William Widugiris, John Bell, Arthur Anderson, Rudolph Marovec, James Bailing, John Klacka. Charles Zamites, William Mescher, Jaysing 
Bha>. Chaudhari, Robert Hoyt, Jerry Donahue, 1 awrence Jones. Donald Jensen. Corobbo Dal 

Bottom voir: Frances Watkins, Richard Carter, Richard Pople, David Sander. John Powell. Richard Bez, treasurer; Robert Dufore, corresponding secre- 
tary; Phillip Lee. chairman; Duane McCurdy, vice chairman; Laurel Chapman, corresponding secretray; Jaime Romero, secretary ; Herbert Horn- 
isiheiv Alex Janushevich, Floyd Kruenegel, Walter Kerbold, Henry Burke, Hat-old Lewis. George Hunt 



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Top row: Leonard Postregna, Kenneth Thelen, George Zuurbier, Robert Adams, Arthur Berg. Robert Watson, Garland Riley, William Everds, Delois 

Smith, Ronald Wisthuff 
Third row: Reginald Mari, Nick Zografos, Dale Diemer, Allen ('arisen, Philip Ryan, Peng Ng. Michael (iaus, Myron Pennington, Donald Rockholm. John 

Henry, Walter Rowland 
Second row: James Wymer, Hugh O'Connell, Clarence Sikorski, secretary, Roy Elain. president; Leonard Olson, rice president; Richard Curry, William 

Fuzzi, William Wakefield, Victor Moravek, Arthur Robinson, Kwang Tuan 
Bottom row: Robert Nack, Robert Torkelson, William 1'ichon, Ted Garrison, Charles Smith. Jerome Smith. James Kaar, Allen Cox, Ronald Swofford, 

Thomas Edwards, Elijah Webb 
Not in panel : Richard Petit, treasurer 

AC (~* p prepares student engineers for the civil engineering 
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Top row: Duano Loofbourrow, secretary; Eric Johnson, vice chairman; Eric Aagaard, Donald Hoeck, Donald Roy, Walter Hulvey. Melton Hatch, 

Berchard Coppens, James M\ieller. Kenneth Engelbrecht, Albert Albrecht, Eugene Blunt, Henry Marcheschi 
Fourth row: Dean Martin, chairman; Daniel Schooerle, Eugenijus Jankus, Kenneth Busche, David Ward, Harlan Peithman, Richard Lance. Richard 

Beckman. Leonard Mattson. Lawrence Paulsen, Donald Schaffner 
Third row: John Carroll, Richard Brown, Richard Capek, Harold Heisler, Everett Fields, Paul Metzger, Raymond Westman, John Gross, treasurer; 

Raymond Swansen, Thomas Pyka, John Grimson, Chuan Chen 
Second row: Richard Wharton. Edwin Levitan. Thomas Schrader, Robert Quinlan, Richard Hill. Gonzalo Ramirez, Donald Krahe, Ja s Rovelstad, 

Armando Cardenas. Joseph Werth, Robert. Coughlin 
Bottom row: George Kiinber. Arden Degner, Leroy Grossman, John Kurzrock. Stanley Rzepecki. Donald Novy, Ronald Hansen. Ronald Zitko, Douglas 

Leader, Ricardo Artero, Gerald Davis 



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Top rote; Neale Wallace, Robert Mickey. Irvin Lawfer, John VVier, .lames Bridgeland, John Rentschler, Donald Smith, John Herschelman, Norman 

Bottom row: Gerald Wagler. Ronald Fink, Jon Ellis, Gordon Ropp, secretary-treasurer; (ilenn Holmes, president; LeRoy Sander, vice president; Ivan 

Lawfer, Kenneth (Jetz. Joe Bicknell 
Not in panel : Donald Shreffler, reporter; Donald Loomis 



Dairy Production Club 5f°dSj*« 



nterest in the field 



science 



stimulates interest in the 



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Dairy I echnology bociety dairy industry 

Top row : Prof. Ernest Herreid. Richard Lauff, Erwin Albrecht, Pierre Petit 
Third row: Arlan Scheidenhelm, Jack Trnmmel. James Bender, Stanley Nelson 
Srrond row; John Jachera. William Honore, Ralph Turnbull, (Jojila Murthy 

Bottom row: Laurence Byrne, secretary; Richard Weber, treasurer; Norman ECalbas, president; Franklin Mrazek, vice president; Stewart Tnckey, 
advisor 





Top row: Donald Doney, Ronald Young, .lane King, Thomas Barnard, Clyde Graham, Alice Smith, Sarah Currier, Leah Truxell, Wayne Broeren 
Third rote: Paul Novak, John Whitman, John Young, Salo Rebhar, Vito Coleca, president; Donald Glyn, Marcus Orr, John Torrnace, Marvin Berron 
Second row: Norma McClure, Raymond Hunt, Wallace Manville, Robert. Kaloupek, Glenwood Perkins, vice president; Marilyn Dunn, Marilyn Brown, 

Donald Swift, advisor 
Bottom, row: Timothy Nugent, advisor 
Not in panel: Bruce Aldendifer. secretary; Donald Seiffert, treasurer; Alfred Oelschlegel, Eugene Emmerich, Marvin Lapicolas, Anthony Sokol, Stephan 

Bodnar, James Dee. Max Kartell, .lames Wilder. Doris Sutton. VVayland Smith. Marshall Blankenship, Frederick Bumpers, William Nothdurft, John 

Courtney, Brice Huddleston 

frX^li^ Ciw-_~ C\**~L***-^m strives to improve the welfare 
Lyeita OlPma V^rniClOn of all handicapped students 






Gamma Alpha Chi „o„o rs w« me „ ,„ a^m^ 

Top row: Annette Teilelhaum. Jorjean Krumm, (ireta Erirkson. Nancy McCarty, Mary Lou Miller. Jacqueline Mash. Mary Konstans, June Mansl.arh 
Second row: Dr. Charles Sanda^e, Donna Frame, treasurer; Lois Gualano, vice president; Joyce Reace, president; Zoe Berry, secretary; Fannie Magni- 

salis, Florence Walters, Joyce Merger 
Bottom row: Janice Jordon, Martha Roe. Yvonne Gouchenour, Joann Weaver. Sahra Mills 
Not in panel : Delores Drennan, Gloria (Jable, Joyce Sternaman 







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Top row : Waldo Donaho, Dr. .lames Kamp, Dr. C. E. Ackerman. James Cipra, Ronald Konzak, Tommy Kay, Robert r>ils, Charles Zeman 
Second row: James Karas. Henry Moorehouse, Jimmy Dates. Orrin Ferris. .lames Curtis. Prof. John Culbert. Dr. Frederick Weinard. Gail Fosler 
Bottom roc.- Paul Borik, Albert Sclieffler. oice president; Eugene Eckebrecht, secretary; Mary Price. Charles Amrine, president; Jerry Washburne 
Xot in panel: Roger De Young, treasurer 

FloriCUltUre C-lUD promotes floricultural knowledge 



Horticulture Club of 



broadens students' interests in the field 
horticulture 



Top row: Clarence Schlueter, Jerry Hasen, Edward Gonwa 

Second row: Harvey Hartline, Robert Hayuard. Allan May, Raymond Koontz, Robert Hansen, Frank Matuszak 

Bottom row: Prof. Arthur Colby, advisor; Melvin Schlueter, secretary-treasurer; Henry Riechman, president; Leroy Schuster, vice president; Richard 

Beihl, reporter 
Not in panel: Wesley Koster. Howard Walker. Van Burgess, Edward Runge, John Saner. Robert Heggemeir, William Cinnamon. F]arl Heal. Donald 

Taylor. Herschel McPheron, Martin Kovacs, James Malum. Dr. Roy Simons, Donald Loomis 




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The Isabel Bevier Home Economics Club 
was founded at the University of Illinois as 
the first club of its kind in the country. The 
goals of the organization are to develop 
interest in home economics atthe University, 
to promote friendship between the students 
and faculty, and to develop a greater ap- 
preciation of the home. The club also seeks 
to stimulate interest and to increase knowl- 
edge of professional home economics. 

Among the activities of the Home Eco- 
nomics Club are the Freshman Tea, the All- 
Ag Field Day, the Plow Boy Prom, the An- 
nual Home Economics Banquet, the Christ- 
mas Party, and the Mother's Day Style Show. 
The purposes of the regular monthly meet- 
ings are to develop and strengthen an edu- 
cational and professional understanding or 
home economics and to increase social rela- 
tionships among the members. 




Officers — Top row: Mary Ann Rogers, publicity chairman; Marilyn Minks, 

social chairman; Eunice Johnson, membership chairman; Joyce Bolton, 

secretary 
Bottom rou : Patricia Johnson, treasurer; Mrs. Pear] Janssen, advisor; 

.Mary Barlow, president; Betty Johnson, i'i<-r president; Elizabeth 

Simpson, advisor 



Home Economics Club 



Top row: Ferol Martin, Mary Lacy, Mary Hill, Lois Johnson, Lois Williston, Eliss Sanders. Orpha Crook. Marianne Fisher, .Mary Garman, Dorothy 
Figge, Helen Brubaker, Shirley Erickson 

Fourth row: Komeyne Schrock, Caryl Towsley, Edith Williams, Mary Carson, Romaine Johns, Gwendolyn Owen. Harriet Hutchings, Joanne Turner, 
Audrey Swanson, Carol Krause, Janice Whitaker, Beverly Wheeler 

Third row: Velma Riley, Carol Neureuther, Mary Welch, Carole Truckenbrod, Patricia Thudium, Eleanore Goldsmith, Dorothy Faulds, Frances Sher- 
man, Louise Ericsson, Adele Haven. Marie Hans, Zoe Nelson, Nancy Jones, Pearl Hanebutt, Frances Smith. Audrey Nelson 

Second row: l'at Coulson, .loan Bliss, Ann Roe, Dolores Drown, Barbara .lessen, Anita Slahl. Ruth Large, Bertha Sternberg, (iene Stiinart. Roberta 
Edwards. Edith Bassler, Roberta Beimfohr, Barbara Murphy, Donna Yetter. Wilma Manning, Rita Smith, Virginia Ruiz 

Bottom row: Frances Clauser, Betty McDougall, Marilyn Perry. Mary Baird, Eugenie Jones, Betty Johnson, rice president; Eunice Johnson, Mary 
Barlow", president; Marilyn Minks, Joyce Bolton, secretary; Mary Rogers, Patricia Johnson, treasurer; Doris Crist. Eloise [vers, Charlotte Hogan 

Not in panel: Marilyn Mieker, Carol Firch, Marilyn Marine, Georgiana Glover, Elizabeth Hopkins, Jane Arvedson, Mary Lou Wise. Carolyn Campbell, 
Harriet Seymour, Faith Mitrovitch, Elizabeth Strum, Joyce Booth, Jnliann Ankenbrand, Jean Webb, Patsy Eaton, Helen Rossetti, Ruth McNabb, 
Phyllis Diltns, Phyllis Wade, Marilyn Ebert, Lorna Hoge, Martha Prather, Jessie Wisegarver, Lois Stuenkel, Jacquelyn White, Jean Naffsinger, 
Joan Brown, Viva Moody, Frances Adams, Mary Ann McCue, Betty Monroe. Rae Star. Gracie Baird, Jean Plumb, Beverly Brissenden, Merle Smed- 
berg, Marjorio Main. Mary Jane Bourne, Jo Bender, Marilyn Womeldorff, Jean Thormahlon, Gladys Baumann, Mary Pinkerton, Marilyn Folk 



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2'o;i roit'.- Jimmy Daugherty, Don Huftalin, Marlin Stewart. Ruel Becker, Joseph Stetson. James Day. Raymond Dnewer. William Stinnett. Roger Quinn, 

Robert Weiss, Wendell Cleaver, John (arson. Robert Knnilson, Ulon Ulebolt 
Third row: LaYerne Gillespie. Ralph Ziegler. William Baird, Wallace Reynolds. Merritt Sprague, William Britz, Paul Curtis. Fritz Heyl. Thomas Hille- 

brenner, Richard Vial, Max Fulling, Terry Wilken 
Second row: Howard Elliot, Donald Masters, James Ash. James Morrison. Leonard Gardner, William Cunningham. Raundle Ericson, James Ross. Dale 

Feaster, Walter Tarleton. Alvin Warren, Stephen McQuillan, Franklyn Willey, Bertil Mattson 
Bottom row: David Cole, M t >rle Miller. Joseph Umbach. Roily Main. Peter Peterson, secretary; Elmer Garlach, president; Robert Largent. vice president; 

Lowell Warner, treasurer; William Heinhorst, Charles Limker. Gordon Ropp. Richard Bell. Rolland Pettit 



Hoof and Horn Club 



promotes interest in livestock and 
animal science 



Institute of Aeronautical Sciences promotes 



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Top row: John Fisher, Richard Dieterich. D. Mahaffy, Thomas Konrad, Richard Heinz. Thomas Muir. Kenneth Kopp. Robert Chandler, Frederick 

Mobley 
Thin', roir: James Avery, Dwight Moberg, James Xerikos. John Mihatovic. Gerald Kinroth, John Heckel, J. Burt, David Mann, Donald Sund, Irvin 

Webster 
Second row: Richard Somerville. Robert Gruner. Ray Siewert. Edwin Perlman. Frank Vileta, Robert Boscher. Richard Medjrich. William Russell 
Bottom roii-: Helen Signor. Ronald Arnold, secretary-treasurer; Harry Hilton, advisor: Cordon Booz. president; Rex Whitehurst. vice president; Edgar 

Baez, Walter Ruczynski 




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The aim of the Mini Marketing Club is to 
assist the student in orienting himself to the 
requirements of the business world by keep- 
ing up with the latest trends in the field of 
marketing. 

Sponsored by the American Marketing 
Association, the lllini Marketing Club meets 
its objectives through monthly meetings de- 
signed to give the members a chance to 
hear prominent men in the field of market- 
ing discuss the marketing problems of the 
day. Members also benefit by field trips 
to various marketing centers and by the 
publication, Journal of Marketing. 

A staff appointed by the Student Market- 
ing Clubs headquarters advises the lllini 
Marketing Club. This year's advisory staff, 
headed by Mr. Donald Hay, is planning an 
even larger and broader program than those 
of previous years. 




Officers — Top row: Do'iald Hay. advisor; John Murphy, vice president; 

Clarence Wright, vice president; Robert Hancock, advisor 
Bottom row: Richard iarr..nt. secretary; Fred Edick, vice president; Rob 

ert Gash, president; Stuart Borg, rice president; Byron Thorpe, treas- 

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Top rote: Donald Hay. Robert (iacb. John Murphy, Stuart Borg, Richard Tarrant. Clarence Wright, Byron Thorpe, Fred Edick, Robert Hancock 
Third row: Fernand Merrier, James Svec, Wendell Doolittle, Theodore Shift'. Roger li.jorvik, Ivan Slavis. Ralph (irauer. Bruce Peeke, Ronald Meadows, 

Richard Dragovan, Kenneth Mortensen, Carol Martin, Thomas Dore, Robert Rickert, John Westby 
Second row: Yale Lauter, Louise Ericsson, Janice Rosenberg, Donald Whitsitt, Gerald Dempsey. Curtis Branoni. Donald Lentz. John Thompson, Richard 

Takacs, Martin McAdams, Ernest Sims. Philip Cox, Donald Grass. Edward Kercher. Norman Rohlfing, Fred Dickinson 
Botton, row: Imoeleanor Jones. Barbara Baker, Rolf Cedarwall, Phillip Merriman. Charles Covey. Howard Kahn. Herbert Shayman. Hal Lasater, 

James Jackson, Fred Werno. Albert Roland, Mark Symons. Alan Eirinberg, Lowell Martin. Charles Flagler. Theresa Ruth 




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Toj> rote: Gopala Murthy, Julius Gideon, Jyoti Bhattacharjee, Jaysingbhai Chaudhari, Binial Baehhawat, president; Mohkam Sandhu, vice president; 

Vasant Bhalerao, Sundaram Seshu, Dodla Redely. Ramanath Punja, Kanwal Bawa 
Third row: Muthyala Ramarao, Mohinder Singh. Dattatray Bhise, Dean Arthur Hamilton, Lyla Jacobs, Goori Ghosh, Ahalya Chari, Lily Seshu. s. I'. 

Mistry, Fazlur Khan 
Second row: Guatam Khosla, Shyam Wadlnvani, Paramesh Ray. Ajit Challani, Aj it Sinha. Krishna Josh 
Bottom row: Ramakishna Rao. Dehalirata Ohoudhury. Sidagourda Khot. Rathnani Sanga 

Indian Student Association promotes fellowship 

among students from the Republic of India 



IxCramOS promotes scholarship and interest in ceramic art 

Top row: William Plankenhorn, Arthur Friedberg, Iivin McKeand, Robert Foxall, John Schultz, Gene Thomasson, Alfred Allen. James Nelson. Ralph 

Kraft, Eugene Lynch 
Bottom row: Robert Beals, Andrew Andrews. Robert Mertens, president; Victor Tennery, treasurer; Richard Anderson, vice president; Peter Shalek, 

secretary; Prof. Ralph Hursh, advisor; George Stockdale 




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Top row: Kenneth Miles, William Wake, Nathan Brenner, Gerald Petacqne, Kenneth McGaw, Robert Cole, Ever Nelson, Richard Paterson, Charles Mess- 
man, Leonard Flynn, February vice president; Oliver Mann 
Sixth rotr: Stephen Covey, Roger Little, Henry Lewis, Joseph Van Hooreweghe, February president; Herbert Schuh, Donn Johnson, George Thompson, 

Alan Wienman, Ralph Glenn, June treasurer; Edward Conner 
Fifth row: Keith Roberts, Ellis Krapf, Walter Soroka, Kenneth Strand, Richard Scheflow, Albert Cross. Kenneth Swart/., Thomas Miner, Oral Kos!. 

Daniel Moore 
Fourth row: Maurice Raizes, Richard Watson, Martin Schnlman, Stanley Arden. Kae Hciple, Bernard Gillman, June vice president; Robert Kelly, 

Kenneth Xellis, William Todd, Shirl Laughlin 
Third row: Donalil Tolmie, Robert Tnrnbow, James Peacock, Gregory Tnmbarello, Morris Simons. Donald Storm, Ralph Pearman, William Killian. 

Adiel Hart. Donald Rikli 
Second row: Anna Kuizin, Seymour Regal, Donna Klingbiel, Peter Ferracuti, David Cohen, Alfred McWhorter, Randall West, June president; Carl 

Stowc, Marian Martin, Kathryn Messman, June secretary; Ellen Tinkofr 
Bottom row: Prof, George Weisiger, Prof. Kenneth Carlston, Prof. John Cribbet, Prof. Russell Sullivan, Prof. Jesse Viiune. Dean Albert Harno, Prof 

Merrill Schnebly, Prof. Harold Holt. Prof. George Coble. Prof. William Britton. Prof. Waller Summers 
Not in panel: Ray Kimble. February secretary-treasurer 



Law School Senior Class ffCCl iTtiSS ** 
Nu Beta Epsilon to the f !?udy cr oViat 

Top row: Melvin Routman. Gordon Stone. Sheldon Mitchell, Nathan Brenner. Ronald Miller, Al Greiman. Martin Schnlman, Wallace Peldman, Joe Soils 
Bottom row: Allan Blair, marshal; Seymour Regal, rice chancellor; David Cohen, chancellor; Rubin Colin, advisor; Norman Aronovsky. corresponding 

scribe; Irving Fishman, recording scribe 
Not in panel : Stanley Arden, Gerald Lipsictz, exchequer; Gerald Petacque, Maurice Raizes. Jerome Shalon 



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Top row: Joseph Risi. Philip Urso. Sven Gafvert, Edward Kazuk, Donald Townsend, Dee Lightbody, William Heitmami, Albert Klein. Richard Evanson 
Second row: Oleg Terichow, Walter Lucas. Richard Gaydos, William Stocwer. treasurer; Richard Sloan, president; Charles Gordon, Harold Rolseth, 

Donald Simpson 
Bottom row: Michael Griffin, Charles (Mulders, Richard Trainor, Jerry Schweiker, Ronald Aiken, Henry Plahn, Tommy Ullom 
Not in /jane!: Donald Schelle. William Yario. Denis Bobka, .lack Tisdale, William Donley, Walter Bott, Richard Turley, Richard Dvorak, Robert Draz- 

nik, Armand Andre. Robert Dreshfield, Richard Anderson, Richard Berry, August Alexander, James Hatch, Richard Chester, Joseph Yancik, James 

Stanley. Wilford Couts, rice president; Warren Holland, secretary; Leonard Felts, Prof. William Chedsev. Prof. Rudolph Wuerker, Prof. George 

Clark 



Mineral Industries Society 



promotes interest in min- 
ing and metallurgy 



University of Illinois Mother's Association 

aids and advises university students 

Officers: Mrs. Beatrice Mainey. director; Mrs. Lloyd Chalcraft, first vice president; Agnes Tandberg, executive secretary; Mrs. James Rodgers, president; 

Mrs. Genevieve Barlow, director; Mrs. Marie Bradshaw, second, rice president; Mrs. W. <i. Sternberg, director; Mrs. William Mash, third, vice 

president 
Xoi in panel Mrs. R. C. M. Kraabel. treasurer 




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"Orchesis" is a Greek word meaning "to 
dance." The purpose of the organization is 
to offer men and women the opportunity for 
creative dance study, composition, and pe r - 
formance, and also to stimulate the appreci- 
ation and understanding of the art in the 
community. 

Each March Orchesis sponsors a concert 
in conjunction with the Contemporary Arts 
Festival. A part of the proceeds from this 
concert are allotted for a scholarship to be 
awarded to a member of the group for sum- 
mer study at a school of dance. 

Orchesis also sponsors concerts and or- 
ganizes symposiums in which other colleges 
participate. It gives lecture demonstrations 
for the music and art departments and other 
clubs on campus and in the community. Or- 
chesis takes part in the combined pro- 
ductions of the music, drama, and dance 
departments. 




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Top row: Janice Taxey. secretary; Nancy Berquist, Janet Mueller. Yvonne Springer, Ruth Wylie, treasurer; Sylvia Dordek, Sally Roach, Marion Teeuws, 

Charlotte Millhrook, Marianna Arnold 
Second row: Martha Culbert, David Breuer, Ronald Dirsmith, Harry Psighogios, Anthony Mazurkiewicz, William Hug. Richard Rowland. Marjorie 

Knudstad 
Bottom row: Barbara Evans, Suzanne Roe. vice president; Mildred Barnhart, Marilyn Chambers, president; Sally Dillard, Susanne Krasso, Jacquelen 

Devanny, production Manager 





Top row: Roland Strawn, Allan Bohon 

Third row: Robert Painter. Rudolph Moz, Maiiene Kimbark, Julia MacKnight, Lynette Howe, Allen Andrews, Franklyn Willey, Donald Potter, Larry 

Lawler, James Peterson 
Second voir : Margaret Schlemmer, Shirley Giesecke, Anne Davis. Keith Hunt, Dolores Lapaitis, Lucille Muzzarelli, Jeannine Burnier, Betsy Byrns. 

Carolyn Krimbill, James McCormack 
Bottom row: Joseph Bennett, Mark Symons, Sally Hager, Barbara Barnes, Janet Steam, Barbara Hill. Betty Greenberg, Camille Kirchner, Marie 

Melville, Lawrence Schectman, Margaret Turnbow 

MD develops and fosters a greater interest 

aSK and baUDle in the artistic drama 



Pi A^U EpSllOn honors outstanding 



mathematics students 



Top row: James Abbott, president; Frederick <!il<»s. Donald Sullivan, Elaine Hundertmark 

Second row : Charles Chubb, Raymond Polivka, Quentin Jeffries, .lames Hogan, Joyce Williams, secretary 

Bottom rote : Edward Stejskal, Rue Belford, Richard Kin<r, tnuistirrr; Mohamed El Hifni, Arno Cronheim, Jeanne Crawford 

Not in panel: Samuel Benesch, vice president 






Top row: Allan Bohon, Matthew Herman. Roland Strawn, Andrew Ekblaw, James Peterson, vice president; Robert Painter. Donald Potter, Jerry 

Rhodes, Douglas Hurley. Franklyn Willey 
Bottom row: Lawrence Schectman, Joseph Bennett, Allen Andrews. Keith Hunt, treasurer; Daniel O'Connell, Larry Lawler. corresponding secretary; 

John Juergensmeyer, recording secretary ; Mark Symons, president 

i ICrrOtS honors men outstanding in dramatics 



P. ' promotes bonds of friendship and high scholastic 

raetOnanS achievement 



Top row: Richard Sawislak, Oscar Kriegman, Ronald Appel, Stephen Klein, Max Light, Allen Man aster, Richard Laner, Norman Share 

Second row: Sherwin Mizell. Lawrence Schectman, Robert Dreshfield, Mark Zeal, vice president; Marvin Klein, president; Berle Schwartz, treasurer; 

Marshall Sutker, Robert Nieman 
Bottom row: Walter Karatz, James Hefter, Ernest Rubinstein. Charles Gross, Burl Vlay. Norman Greane, Joseph l'.liit 
Noi in panel: Seymour Regal. Daniel Miller, Armand Zaleon, Morris Silverman. Irving Fishman, Robert Dallak 



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7'n/i me ■ Doris Valenta, Jerili Romeo, Sandra Schwartz. Dora Fishel, Mary Gibson, Wilma Stack. Martha Parker. Mary Armstrong, Mary Rigney 
Second row: Marilyn Jones. Janet Belyea, Janice Belyea. Arlene Hoffmann, Nancy Rynearson, Natalia Kochan, Susan Winchester, Delores Gillan 
Bottom row: Joanna McBride, Patricia Seymour, corresponding secretary; Susan Jennings, treasurer; Sally Emrich, president; Ann Blout, vice presi- 
dent; Jacquelyn Eadie, Shirley Locke. Judy Powell 
Not in panel: Myrian Baker. Rita Evans. Georgia Hall. Jane Lee, Doris Sandlund, Marilyn Welsch, Carol Selle. Patricia Larsen, Jean Kennedy 



Sigma Alpha lota BTSS 



promotes high standards of performance 
ing among women in music 



S' 1^^ !■.- f^Li furthers the advancement of high iournal- 
IPma Uelta KJTiX istic standards 






Top row: Joseph. McDivit, Robert Clemens, Thomas Bender. Earl Moses. Gene Wallace. Roy Small. Frank Konrad, Max Light, Robert Blanchard, David 

Martin. Edward Jenison, Alan Hertzberger 
Third row: Alfred Barboro, Richard Craig. Charles Sengstock. William G ruber, Lewis Golan, Oliver Colvin, Seymour Handwerker, William Mason, 

David Phillips, Richard Lidberg, Harold Nettleship, Marlin Coleman 
Srrmii'. row: Harry Kariher, Arthur O'Leary, John Hamilton, Raymond Weiss. Bruce Colvin, Donald Dodds. Charles Bellatti, Ronald Losee, Richard 

Fell, Deane Johnsos, Norman Greene, Horace 1'ieger 
Bottom row: Nick Stachniak, William Holden, Louis Berolatti, vice president; George Plenderleith, secretary; John Trebilcock, advisor; Wayne Wolt- 

man. president; Abraham Zaidan, treasurer; Eivind Berdal, John Gunn, William Moore 
Xo! in lionet: Fred Christensen. Edward Wojtas, Arlen Large. William Cain, Joseph Streicher. Frank French, James Ross, Howard Balson, John Bird, 

Rudolph Moz 





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Top row: Paul Bowers, John McEwen, John Schmidt. Dee Glueck, Robert Wold. Prof. Richard Williams. Prof. Driver Lindsay, Dan Durfee, Prof. 

Jack Baker 
Si ''oud row: Stanley Goldberg, Benjamin DeCamp. vice president; Don Turner, treaswrer; Charles Gathers, secretary, Carl Rauchenberger, Victor 

Isaksen. John Rnffner. John Messner 
Bottom row: Prof. Gabriel Guevrekian, Thomas Brown, president; Harold Steed. Robert Fra/.ier. Prof. John Wood 
Not in panel : Denis Keith. Andrew Perolio, Richard Wolf, Donald Fears. Robert Simonds, Allen Kay. David Condon 

iC3T3D promotes good fellowship in the architectural profession 



^Cimil3r promotes interest in amateur fencing 



Top row: Arthur Schiller, Donald Boruszak, James Ross. Marvin Lieberman, Lawrence Silverman 

Bottom row: John Miller, secretary; William Shewchuk, president; Prof. Maxwell Garret, advisor: William Novak, treasurer 

Not in. panel : John Cameron, vice president 






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Top rote: William Warren, Donald Jeppsen, Robert Olander, Lawrence Johnson, Roy Mallstrom, Robert O'Donnell. John Mueller. Lvle Ferguson, Jay 

Field 
Fourth row: William Brown, Stanley Placzek. Richard Perry. Howard Kahn. Monte Gaul, William Washburn, Clifford Martin. Robert Kucera 
Third row: Donald Lentz. Keitli Mattcrn. Robert Wilson. Theodore Shift'. William Luthi, John Corcoran. George Ho.skinson. Raymond Miezelis 
Second row: Charles Rockwood, Joseph Hustak, Allan Lederer, Louis Zeleznikar. Roger Beckett. Richard Sellers. Gordon Richards. Louis Fleck 
Bottom row: Peter Jensen, treasurer; Hugh Dolby, rice president; Prof. Merten Mandeville, advisor; Robert Groemling, president; Robert Sklare, 

Daniel Brabec, Leo Pietrzak, secretary 

Society for Advancement of Management 

increases interest in scientific management 

Society of Automotive Engineers promotes 

technical interest in automotive, aircraft, diesel and gas turbine areas 

Top row: Prof. John Miles. Sherman Bremer, Leonard Mattson, Evan Roberts, David Ward, Donald Roy, Everett Fields, Douglas Leader, Berchard 

Coppens 
Second row: Gonzalo Ramirez. Donald Novy, Ronald Zitko. Charles Pressman, corresponding secretary; Joseph Lusko, Dean Martin, Joseph Blitt, John 

Gross. Ronald Goe, chairman 
Bottom row: Stanley Rzepecke, Ronald Hansen, Richard Hill, Donald Diemer. William Cot-ley, Arden Degner. Armando Cardenas 
Not in panel: Edward Anderson. Donald Bailey, Charles Banter, John Bartolletti, Carl Blattner, Donald Burnett. Lorimer Crews, Gerald Davis. Robert 

Dc/eleik. Lloyd Falk, Anton Gapp, Leonard Greenberg, William Hagemeyer, William Haley, Donald Huffman, Jerry Irvin, Donald Kaiser, Richard 

Lance, Fred Macdonald, Robert Pariosoli, Carl Peterson. Eugene Roeske, Takeo Shibata, Larry Stump, Liauf-Neng Tao, Joseph Werth, Donald 

Wilson. Peter Wittenstrom 





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Top row: Fred Dickinson, Allan Lederer, John Mueller. John Greathouse, William Trapp 

Third row: Thomas Flattery. George Gandrau, Robert Rapsilber, Thomas Dore, Charles Rockwood 

Second row: Wayne Baxmann, president; Louis Dickinson, vice president; Theo McConnell, secretary; Morton Zimmerman, treasui 

Jack Shaver. Richard Roxburgh 
Bottom row : Samuel Dashefsky. Ronald Clayton. Peter Wragg, Dan Eilers 
Not in panel: Cyrus Alexander. Charles Clark. William Cullen. Waller Karat/., Waller Kurlh. Edward Lynn 



•; Donovan Pearee, 



Student Junior Chamber of Commerce 

enables students to contact men in the business world 



Tall III 



* * acquaints the taller students of the campus with one 
in I another 



Top row: George Dain, Stephanie Kusek, William Burns, Ann Johnson. Richard Dut't'ey, Judith Rotman, Charles Schmidt, Shirley Lewis, Victor Hoar 
Bottom row: Margaret Stone, Kenneth Schlomann, Joanne Carlson, Sharon Gorewit, Dice president; Clare Siewert, treasurer; Dale Chambliss, president; 

Elinor Detihaugh. secretary; Van Hearn, Carol Phillippe, Douglas Leader, Carolyn Brehsmer 
Not in panel: Jeanne Fricke, John Kentschler, Roberta Ginsburg, Nancy Clem, Marcia Leuchter, Joseph Malleck, Frank Thorp, Morris Jones 





Officers: William Ross, executive officer; John Krupka, treasurer; Law- 
rence Crawford, secretary ; Sherril] Eastwood, president 



Originally chartered in 1924, the Univers- 
ity of Illinois Rifle and Pistol Club became 
affiliated with the National Rifle Association 
in 1946. 

Each spring, the club conducts the Inter- 
collegiate Invitational Rifle Match. In this 
match, thirty-five of the country's leading 
rifle teams compete for numerous trophies 
and prizes. The Rifle and Pistol Club has 
taken many titles and trophies including the 
following: first place in the first University 
of Illinois Invitational, third place in the Big 
Ten Open Championship of the Illinois State 
Match, and second in the Intercollegiate 
Regional with one man winning a position on 
the All-American team. 

Membership is made up of students and 
members of the staff and faculty who 
are interested in the sport of competitive 
shooting. 



University of Illinois Rifle 
& Pistol Club 



Top row: Maido Saarlas, Barton Regelbrugge, John Hayward, Richard Swanson, Charles Williamson, (if raid Massey, Arinand Andre, Webster Smith. 
Robert Brigham, John Dickson, Warren Padore, James liugbee 

Second row: Otto Stark, Louis Keller, Charles Hoover, Robert Lasser, Richard West, William Hover. Irving Stansell, Stephen McQuilken, John Blakslee, 
Donald Austin, James Jarrell, Charles Newborn 

Bottom row: Henry Bassett, Jane Edwards. Maureen Currier, Sherril] Eastwood, president; Lawrence Crawford, secretary; John Krupka, treasurer; 
Margaret Stone, vice president; Dawn Wolfe, Robert .Mickey. Richard Begalka 

Not in panel: Jack Arteques. James Baker. Valerie Handelin. William Bandelin, Ruth Brid/.ell. Richard Drown. John Bubon, Alan Buck, Melvin Cape- 
hart, William Cunningham, Ronald Davis, Dale Fahlheck. .lames Ferris. Richard Hall, Richard Holm, Douglas Joesting, Walter Juneau, Jamshid 
Kahnemuyipur, Delos Kittoe, Donald Krayhill, Phillip Lee. Robert LeSeure, Edward Levin, Richard Lodus. Eunice Love. David Means. Richard 
Mejdrick, Marilyn Petrini. Melvin Palm. Jane Poole, David Randolph, George Ratkovic, Dieter Rodrian, Albert Rosones, William Ross, Ronald 
Schreiber, Richard Sloan. Jerry Summers, Joseph Umbach, Pasco LaVialette, William Weber, William Wilson, Doyle Webb 







Freshmen and, 80phomoreg — Top roir : Ralph Holstein, Merrill Ottwein, Robert Keough. Richard Brown, David Warren, Charles Rossi, Arthur Twardock, 

J. D. Kerr, Norman Jones, William Powell, Lloyd Helper. Thomas Maudlin, James Fitzgerald, James Larsen, Walter Schwalbe, Harvey Schneider 
Third row: Robert Dodson, Carl Ferrell, Charles Esser, Ronald West. Vincent Chaffee, Alexander Winter, Robert Kern, John Shiels. Wallace Brandt, 

Marlin Kleckner, David McConnell. Albert Griffiths, John Clayton, James Allison, Donald Osborne 
Second row: Marjorie Thompson, Patricia Gest, Michael Pellock, Thomas Phillips, Paul Leondis, James Finnell, Jess Lathrop, Gordon Iverson, William 

Hopkins, Daniel Cohen, Robert, Peterson. Irvin Bunii, Theodore Kjellstrom, Howard Hobson. Charles Lewis. George Sheets. Ralph Ziegler 
Bottom row: Howard Peterson. Darrell Jessen. Elmer Switzer. Paul Johnson. Charles Josephson. Gregg Taylor. Wayne Sanderson. William Matchett. 

Gilbert Fischer. Robert Morris. Paul Quinn, Thomas Drije, John Roshorough 
Not in panel : Wayne Mills. Russell Smith 

American Veterinary Medical Association 

promotes professional knowledge in veterinary medicine 



Juniors and seniors — Top row: Harold Bahe. Denzil Dees, Jesse Payne, Edwin Wilkin. Robert Etheridge, Frederick Hembrough. Ralph McQueen. 

Arthur Bottorff. William Searls, Ralph Hall. Raol Taft, Donald Strombeck, James Zabin, William Prusaczyk, Walter Fehrenbacher 
Third row: Louis Ohlendorf, Glenn Hintermeister. Paul Burkitt, Ira Seigel. Gerald Dart. William Dolowy. Robert Galvin. Thomas Folkerts. Donald 

Carren, Leon Striegel. John Ehrhardt, John Elder. Stanley Spesard. Walter Nehrkorn, John Merrick 
Seeond row: Prof. Lorenz St. Clair, advisor; Glenn Waxier, president; John Dust, president-elect; John Lykins, secretary; Allan Graham, treaswrer; 

Jewell Schlapp, student representative; James Palmer, student representative; John Buckler, Robert Huff, Bernard Campbell, Elmer Owings, Frank 

Adams, Jerome Banicki, Kenneth Klingele, John Graffy. Earl Kingry, Clifford Linker 
Bottom row: Elwin Branz, Edward Shinn. James Nadler, Frederick Fricke, Harold McCutchan, Harold Heffernan, Walter Zuschlag, Thomas Gunhouse 
Not in panel: Henry Brouwer, John Haxby 



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Top rote: Richard Pedersen, Leonard Olson. William Gratian, secretary; Joseph Sabatella. president; Joseph Gawronski. James Sampson 

Bottom row: David Frisbie, Sheldon Simborg, John Clark, Laurence Friedman. William Selig 

Not in panel: Kenneth Pearce, vice president; George Kmiotek, Vito Minerva, Jack Lynch. David McFall. James Stelzner. Joel Roach, Herman Lukow, 
Erhard Kugel, Harry Hellmuth, Robert Balzhiser. Richard Hangren. Theodore Poehlmann, Ralph Gray. David Miley. treasurer; Clarence Iverson, 
Richard Shepard, James Mitchell, James Penn, John Weil, R. Gauati, Richard Lane, Donald Dodds, Thomas Bank, Robert. Largent, Frank Bare, 
Harold Todd, Lyle Ellicott, Charles Ferguson, Norman Ashley. Dean Thorn, Herbert Koelling 



HL- T** provides extra-curricular 

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military training 
anti-aircraft artillery 



Alph 

Arnold Air bOCiety furthers the interest of the Air Force 

Top row: David Kallal. Donald Brantingham, Maiden Nesheim, Thomas O'Shaughnessy, John Norton, John Bendigkeit, Robert Newlin, Elmer Gerlaeh, 

Marvin N'eal 
Fourth row: Conway Graves. Charles Daubs. Robert Brown. Donald 1'feuft'er, Richard Schwartz, Harry Jamison, Gordon Booz, Donald Whitsitt, Leroy 

Schuster. Walter Bott. Richard Ewbank 
Third row: Major Ronald Stewart, advisor; Lt. James Fagerburg, personnel officer; Lt. Burt Eltzroth, ("apt. Lotcher Wainscott, executive officer; Major 

Richard Riley, squadron commander; Lt. Kenneth Shanklin, adjutant-recorder; Lt. Dale Feaster. treasurer; Lt. Frederick Kruzel, operations officer; 

Harry Armstrong, Rex Whitehurst, Major Clarence Odnm, advisor 
Second row: N'eal Parmenter, James Scherer. Gerald Myers. Ronald Levy. T. C. Muhr. Howard Hogan, William Miller. Harold Gordon, Wayne Meyer. 

John Anderson. John Krupka, Donald Manthei, David Andrews, Robert Whelan 
Bottom row: Frank Seicll, John Kitch, Harold Burr. George Klorman. Lloyd Fray. Joseph Stetson. Harold Gabby, George Fox, Richard Edwards, Jack 

Burk, Mark Symons 



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Toyi row: Harold Cabby, Warren Cuplin, Avroin Pesmen, Erliard Kugel, Richard Hangren, Daniel James. Daniel Rajski, Charles Zimmerman. Steven 

Webb, Lawrence Clark. Roger Freese. George Marko, .Tames Knaak. Paul Leppert, Roy Bender, Wayne Weber 
Fourth row: Dave Jareo. William Clark. Bernard •Johnson. Elmer Hawkins, William Ward, Clifford Hickman. Charles Ellis, Charles McXelly, Bruce 

Schafei', Frank Thorp, Karl Davidson, William Warner, Daniel Thelan, James Tappe, Alford Willard. John Moors. Richard Blechschmidt, James 

Foresman. Jack Langille 
Third row: Arnold Calvert. Harold Firestein. Alan Johnson. Charles Michels, Murray Smidt. Seymour Mandel. Hob Eckerty. Richard Walthers. Raymond 

Wood, John Winston, Tommy Fay, Richard Sturm, Frederick Friedewald, Joseph Diaguila, Paul Rieke, Richard Vance. David Ehert, Russell Welker, 

Hugh McMaster, Walter Rehm 
Second row: Robert Bates, George Larsen. William Phillis. Carl Barthelemy, Martin Goldstein, Lelund Person, Earl Heal, Albert Jem, Robert Schmelt- 

zer, Bradford Robinson, Thomas Regul, Richard McCready, Rolf Cedarwall, Donald McMasters, William Albert, Richard Fair, James Wymer, John 

McCarthy 
Bottom row: Richard Webber, James Anderson, Lt. Charles Little, Howard Simmons, Hollis Eyestone. Clyde Fisher, finance officer: Robert Fisher, com- 
manding officer; Jean Frase. sponsor; Bryce Peterson, executive offirer; Herman Lukow. George Brown, John Rhinedollar, Maj. Willis Whitesell, 

Capt. William Kennedy. Philip Gates 
Not i». panel : Lewis Olivero, Robert Daugherty, Melton Hatch 

Pershing RifleS -Mows students to participate in dri.l practice 
r rI3l3nX honors advanced corps cadets 

'I of row: Herman Hokamp, Robert Wold, Donald Grill, Donald Stoetzel, Edward Hinds, Milton Brown 

Second roc.- John Muerle, adjutant; Wilber Bunting, executive officer; Alan Higgins, commander; William Ascher, finance officer; Robert Frazier. oper- 
ations officer 
Bottom row: Maynard Rogers, Charles Gardner, Ross McNaught, Thomas Scott. Hewitt Hafer 




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Top row: Eugene Yalowitz, Joseph Henderson. William McAllister, Fred Werno, secretary-treasurer; Eugene White, Eugene Maynard, William Young 
Third row: Henry Emoto, Walter Karatz, Donald Kuske, Roger Wing. James Flynn. Robert Cohen, Alan Eirinberg 
Second row : Melvin Rapp, Myron Levy, William Goodheart, president : Paul Quillman, Robert Drew. Jerome Clauser 
liottom row: William Rusch, Lester Schultz 



Phi Chi Eta 



furthers knowledge about the Quartermaster Corps 



I 3U FN U I 3U promotes interest in military engineering 



Top row : Raimund Shlaustas. Robert Vance, Royce Masterson, Robert Anderson. Jerald Conroy, James Johnson, Richard Friscb 
Second row: John Sundene. Robert Edwards, Dee Glueck, vice president; Lew Markow. president; John Grabowski, Charles Totten 
Bottom row: Porter Womeldorff, Alden Orput, James Trail, Richard Petit, Richard Cicero. James Needham 
Not in panel : Harris Berenbaum, treasurer; Edward Hynds. James Cleary, Lee Herwig, Albert Law 




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Top row : Maurice Sabath, Charles White, James Chalfant, Ton) Poklen, Warren Cuplin, Eugene Stunnard, Albert Roland, John Pulliam 

Second row: Ronald Terit, Rolf Cederwall, Gene Conner. Richard Dashner, Ronald Losee, Ronald Lawfer, Bernard Eisner, John Moors 

Bottom row: Capt. E. R. Renter, Clyde Fisher, president; Vance Van Tassell, vice president; Donald Brozek, Richard Fell, Keith Ha/./.ard. Ronald 

Hanschman 
Not in panel: Leslie Behrend, secretary-treasurer; William Levis 

If - (~*\ [ furthers the interests of infantry students in mil- 

nrantry Club it ary affairs 

National Defense Transportation Ass'n 



Richard Hackins. J. E. Warnock. James Smith, George 
Rodney Roberts, Robert Potter, Kenneth 



Top row: Robert Lavender, Robert Donovan, Charles Meyer, Rae Downey, Bruno Bruzguli 

Najim 
Fifth row: Sherman Wirings, Jerome Meister, John Marshall. Donald Netzel, Roger Ludwig, Robert Randa 

Jacobs 
Fourth row: Franklvn Willev, Donald Shaw, Jerrv Farber. Bertil Mattson, Frank Torres. Robert Hershbarger, Robert Strope, Frank Mezek. William 

Willcox 
Third row: Major Clyde Russell, David Shanks, Thomas Sullivan, Thomas Flattery. Peter Galuk, Joseph Moran, Jerome Smith. Alexander Bower, Robert 

Lumsden 
Second row: Captain Lawrence Kaufer, Jack Lorman, David Dietcmann, Richard Hoffman, Thomas Dore, James Brown, Lowell Martin, Leonard Gold- 

stick, Bruce Frazier 
Bottom row: James Winkelman, Robert Frala. Tommy Ulloni, .secretary ; Walter Lucas, president; John Seller, treasurer; Richard Heath, vice president ; 

Roger Brooke, Robert Smith 






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Officers — Top row: Melton Hatch, first lieutenant; Robert Foxall, first ser- 

geant 
nullum row: Duane McCurdy, Pit): James Clarkson, captain; .lames Han- 

nagan, second lieutenant 



The purpose of Scabbard and Blade, na- 
tional military honorary fraternity, is to raise 
the standard of military education in Amer- 
ican universities. Scabbard and Blade en- 
uourages good qualities in officers and pro- 
motes friendship among the cadet officers. 

Organized at the University of Illinois in 
1909, Company F was the fifth company to 
join the organization. Today the society 
has I 10 companies organized into nine regi- 
ments with a total membership of 55,000. 
Members are chosen yearly from the ad- 
vanced corps of Army, Air Force, and Naval 
R.O.T.C. They are selected on the basis of 
their all-around ability. 

National officers are elected, petitions for 
new companies are voted upon, and future 
policies are discussed at national conven- 
tions which are held annually. 



Scabbard and Blade 



Top row: Lewis Handler. Donald Potter. Donald Lathrop, Charles Wheeler, John Norton. Glenn Speer, Joseph Henderson. Frederick Buxton, Richard 

Riley, Donald Pfeuffer, Louis Zeleznikar 
Si'cnnd nitr: Harry Armstrong, Burt Eltzroth, William Goodheart, Melvin Rapp, Bryce Peterson, Herman Lukow, Daniel Durfee, John Powell, David 

Brademas 
Bottom row: Robert Shaw. Rex Whitehurst. Melton Hatch, James Clarkson. Robert Foxall. Duane McCurdy 
Not in. panel : Dwight Kenton, David Battaglia, Howard Callahan. David Fonseca, Philip Gates, Dee Glueck, James Hannagan, Hobart Hinderliter. 

Waller Karatz, George Kmiotek, Arthur Lisowski, Charles Loughlin, George Moore, Jack Moore. Kenneth Shanklin, Howard Simmons, Irwin Yarnio 



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Top row: William Milbratz. John McEwen, Harry Newman, Laurence Higgins 
Second row : Robert Wold, Harold Griffith, Hershel Post, Robert Einsweiler, Thomas Klansmever 

Bottom row: Prof. Robert Smith. John Messner. Donald Sporleder, secretary ; Robert Torkelson, trice president; David Saner, president; Benjamin De- 
Camp, treasurer ; Tevis Freeman, Prof. Robert Link 
Not in panel : John Schmidt, Donald Brotherson 



Cargoyl 



C advances architectural and allied interests 



Religious Organizations 



Some of the most important groups of organi- 
zations on campus are the religious organizations. 
Their primary purpose is to fulfill the spiritual 
needs of the students. Each foundation strives 
to instill religious values by conducting services, 
giving credit courses in religion, and maintaining 
libraries of religious writings. 

The religious foundation also serves as a cul- 
tural center for the student. Dramatic groups, 
choral groups, forums, lectures, and discussion 



groups all contribute to the cultural develop- 
ment necessary for the well-rounded student. 

Social activities are also furthered by the re- 
ligious foundations on campus. Coffee hours, 
mixers, picnics, and dances, both formal and in- 
formal, are typical of the many social events 
sponsored by the foundations. 

In the following pages of the ILLIO appear 
the religious foundations on campus represent- 
ing many of the religious denominations. 



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1'uj' row: Earl Sloan. Freeman Marti, James MrCosh, Gordon Hines, Richard Sloan. John Sime, James Pankratz, Guy Puccio, John Hurley. Robert 
Hume. Emerson Kilker. Arthur Morse. Edward Bingley, Donald Lockhart, Clarence Beatty, Joseph Brubeck. Richard Armistead, John Hanning, 
Richard Holt. John Sundberg, George Fox. treasurer; Glen Isaacs. Joseph Garrison. Ted Garrison, Earl Holstege 

Third row: Richard Hall. David Offner, Edward Sutoris, Richard Hocking, Gerald Ainsworth, Robert Land, Robert Kinser, David Cole, Ray Raufeisen, 
Theodora Kometani, William Sparks, Paul Quillman, Jack Davison, Dennis Williams, James Patterson, Arthur Michalek, vice president; Edward 
Koska, president; Gordon Turnbull, Toshio Tsuzuki, Richard Day. Ronald Lingwall, David Weaver, Arthur Floyd, James Van Bosch, Roy Eleven, 
James Lipe, Edmund White. Donald Kearns, Dennis Wilkerson, Rev. Adam Baum, Pierre Tangent 

Second row: Patricia Taylor, Marilyn Petrini, Virginia Bonn, Lisa Galain, Doris Crist, Suzanne Shaw, Ruby Minton, Beverly Blue. Mary Huntwork, 
Mary Davis. Hazel Offner. Phyllis Russell. Eloise I vers. Rose Fox. Wilma Myers. Miriam Kearns, Mary Dusenberry 

Bottom row: Sadie Poinsett. Marlene Shepard, Nancy Jones. Peggy Klein, Florence Gov, Barbara Jessen, Wanda Bloomquist, Mary McKee, Marilyn 
Spitzei', Phyllis Stern, Frances Smith, Helen Carter, secretary; Laura Tripp. Shirley Wheeler, Joyce Underhile, Leona Webb, Betty Britt, Marie 
Hedeen 



tist Student Foundation provides a church home 

and social center for Baptists 



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Canterbury dUD organizes Episcopal students 

Top row : George Boyden. James Herget. Peter Arvedson, Joanne Rae, Charles Kronsagen, Laurence Staples, James Tappe 

Third run-: Ruth Graber, Mary Hoggard, Greta Engst, Russell Zalisk, Thomas Glotter, Alexander Woodbury, Richard Norton, Doralie Flutcher, Wendell 
Phillips 

Second row : Abraham Fayemi. Lois Williston. Betsy Byrns, Donna Browne, president; Melton Hatch, secretary; Father Arvedson, Edwin Smith, treas- 
urer; Mrs. Arvedson, Mary Collins, Eileen Buck 

Bottom row: Joann Bruce, Rao Grosch. Jane Arvedson. Delina Mills. Barbara Johnson 

Not in panel: John Kitch, vice president 







The lllini Christian Fellowship group is 
composed of Christians of various denomi- 
nations. The group considers spiritual and 
moral problems of the day through group 
discussion, study of the Bible, prayer, and 
weekly lectures given by outstanding Christ- 
ian men from many fields. It conducts Bible 
discussions for foreign students, and fosters 
understanding through the sharing of reg- 
ional, national, and international conferences 
during the school year, lllini Christian Fel- 
lowship is one of more than three hundred 
chapters of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellow- 
ship, an international organization. It recog- 
nizes the social needs of its members by 
sponsoring regular social activities and an 
annual spring formal banguet. The faculty 
sponsors are the Professors Secord, Morgan, 
and Morrill. 




Melwn Amrine, Bible study chairman; Benjamin DeCamp, Charles 
Reid, Robert Fields, Phillip Wahlbeck, Walter Cast 



ini Christian Fellowship 



Top row: Eugene Priest. John Murdock, William Morrison. Edwin Johnson, Charles Reid, Editli Mitchell, Thomas Powers, Roger Johnson, David Offner, 

John Gabor, Robert Fields, Gerald Anderson, John Dickson 
Third row: Geoffrey Mottershead, Gerald Miller, Richard Reichelt, Kay Kramer, Hazel Offner, Anne Bartlett, Clarice Carlson. Ogden Johnson, John 

Replogle, James McCosh, Kenneth Nordlof, Dale Carlstrom, Wayne Adams, James Warren 
Second row: Raymond Miller, Russell Heidenreich, Edward Kearns. Robert Adelsperger, JoAnn Neburka, Eleanor Larson. Marilyn Mathison, Gordon 

Palmer. Walter Nelson, Robert Lawrenz, Donald Adkisson, Vernon Jacobson, William Rankin. Royle Heyl. Walter Cast 
Bottom, row: Martha Prather, Constance Ogan, Wilma Sherwin, Elizabeth Oakes, Phillip Wahlbeck, Dagmar Michalova, Phyllis Anderson. Donald Kim- 

berlin, Gordon Hines, treasurer; Raymond Eckman, president; Lucille Bruner, secretary; Roger Swank, vice president; Melwn Amrine, Margite 

Ohrnell 





Top row: Otis? Michels, David Brown. Ronald Howard, Howard O'Neal, Donald Shanks, Richard Turley, Norman Thorpe. Donald Honk 

Third row: Dale Griffith, Joan Beldon, Donald Doner, Byron Shinn, Thomas Gillespie, Parker Rossman, Rev. Jarman, Rabon Rose, Dorothy Lutchka, 

Oina Learn, Mrs. Rossman. Krist Rossman 
Second row: Frederic Burton. Mary Butzback, Robert Hood, treasurer; Mary Hull, Pauline Varner, vice president; Mary Lee Hill, president; David 

Shanks, vice president ; Irma Williamson, secretary; Allan Smith, Marilyn Brown 
Bottom roio : Marie Garvey, Laurellen Porter, Lura Link, Rhoda Willey, Patricia Thudium, Dorothy Parsons, Eleanor Porter, Helen Schafer 

Illinois Disciple Student Foundation p^des 

a wholesome center for student life 



Lutheran Student Association serves students of the 



National Lutheran Council 



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Jerry Hay, Wallace Brandt, Orval Kerchner, Howard Heiman, Howard Peterson, Ralph Soderholm 

Third row: Marie Yezek, Nina Nilsson, Adel Fochtman, Delores Juhl, Doris Lundahl, Susan Bergquist. Merle Smedberg, Sandra Scribano, Mary Myers, 
Marjorie Main. Marguerite Kaufman, Bernette Johnson, Dorothy Peterson, Diane Amundsen, Ruth Robinson. Josephine Hendricks, Carole Trucken- 
brod, Sara Bergman, Beverly Babcock, Nancy Mongerson, Carol Peterson, secretary 

Second row: Paul Anderson, Arthur Lundahl, Donovan Lee, Stuart Olson, John Eastwald, William Tessien, treasurer; Berndt Schertzer, Pastor Peter- 
son, Thomas Peterson, Herman Henssen, Donald Dans, Lawrence Lang. John Hugh, Robert Peterson, John Larson 

Bottom row: Paul Borik, Philip George, John Anderson. Leonard Larson, James Plyinire 

Not in panel : Richard Rieger. president; John Lignell, vice president 




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Laeh, John Sehroeder. Rev. Heintzen 
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Ray Clark, Alvin Neumann, Lorena Neumann, Harlan Schone, president; Robert Behling, Kenneth Duckwitz, Belaud Fuchs 
Fourth row: Eugene Dann, Wayne Meierhans, Albert. Albrechl, Donald Helmreich, Dorothy Rinko, secretary, June Lowry, Fern Brase, Jane Alwes, 

Rober! Bachmann, Rudolph Schattke, Robert Kuhn, James Bokenkamp, Delmar Strelow, treasurer; Ralph Wendland. Judith Tarr, Anna Boziz, 

Darlene Guderjan 
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Bernhardt, Vincent Schmeckpeper, Georgene Schmeckpeper, Donald Schmeckpeper, Edwin Monke, Wilbert Stoecker, Edward Runge. Charles Al- 
bright, Merle Aukamp 
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Eleanor Sehenek, Norman Sehenck, Frederick Pricke, Marlyn Gieseking, Virginia Kossack, Leroy DrechseL Raymond Munz 
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Pearl Hanebut, Eldora Kruenegel, Flovd Kruenegel, Patricia Clare, Beverly Salzman, Darvle Tegeder, Patricia Renken, Shirley Searcy, Dale 

Waehtel 

Lutheran StLldent Center serves students of the Lu- 
theran Synodical Conference 

McKinley Foundation S„ s *S^e r he Presby 

Top row: James Needham, Glenn Zieman, David Myers, George Lander, Charles Doak, James Pemble, vice president; William Ruble, Elmer Ewing, 

president; Dr. Hine 
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Knox, Ernestine Hanks, Laura Donagher. Betty Johnson. Roberta Beimfohr. Alice Turner 
Second row: Mary Bills. Anna Meyer, Natalia Belting, Jennis Barry, Roberta Edwards, Yvonne Gouchenour, Caryl Towslev, Ella Walker, Frances 

Adams, Kathryn Clifford 
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Standing: Joseph Mulligan, treasurer: Ft. Duncan, chaplain; Mi- 
chael Sweeney, vice president 

Seated: James Elson, president; Joyce Petlak, recording secretary; 
Gloria Czerniak, corresponding secretary 

Not in panel: Elaine Viani, historian 



The Newman Foundation is the Catholic 
student center. Its threefold purpose is to 
provide for the spiritual, intellectual, and 
social needs of its members. 

The program of the Newman Club is 
under the supervision of the Reverend Ed- 
ward J. Duncan, S.T.D. Student officers 
direct a program of intramural sports, dra- 
matics, corporate communions, discussion 
groups, coffee hours, and dances. 

Most important of the Foundation's ac- 
tivities is St. John's Chapel, which offers its 
students Sunday and daily Masses, and 
other liturgical services. Student participa- 
tion in the choir and Mass serving is en- 
couraged. 

The Foundation offers credit courses in 
theology; liturgy and scripture; church his- 
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Hill. Irwin Janney, Ruth Greer, David Kelloni. Jean Kellom, David Langebartel. Douglas Leader, vice president; John Marti". Geoffrey Mottershead, 
John Munson. Charles Nauert, recording secretary; Sabri Sami. Eugene Sloniker, Hassan Tewfik, Richard Tyler, Rosemary Young 



Seabury Foundation 
Wesley Foundation and 



guides Congregational and Evangel- 
ical Reformed students 



serves Methodist students religiously 
socially 



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Franklin Kuo, Percy Hunter 
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son, Barbara Lowis, Janice Selle, Gwendolyn Owen 
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Football 



1952 Big Ten Standings 

Won 

Wisconsin 4 

Purdue 4 

Ohio State 5 

Michigan 4 

Minnesota 3 

ILLINOIS 2 

Northwestern 2 

Iowa 2 

Indiana I 



Captain Al P.rosky and Coach Ray Eliot 



Eowa State 



Lost 

1 


Tied 

1 


1 
2 


1 




2 





1 


2 


5 





5 





5 





5 






Entertaining Iowa State before 47,338 fans, 
Illinois opened its 1952 football season with an 
impressive 33-7 victory. Led by Tommy O'Con- 
nell, the Fighting lllini captured its eleventh 
straight win. 

An intercepted pass by Herb Borman set up 
the lllini's first six points. Seven plays later, Pete 
Bachouros scooted over from the four. Shortly 
thereafter Illinois received the ball on downs. 
After a short 10-yard pass completion, Rocky 
Ryan outdistanced the Iowa State defense and 



took a long pass from O'Connell for a 49-yard 
scoring play. 

Illinois' third score came when Cliff Wald- 
beser, defensive end, snatched a Cyclone fumble 
out of mid-air on the lllini 28-yard marker and 
raced 72 yards for the score. 

Illinois increased its 19—0 halftime lead in the 
second half with scores by Austin Duke and Bud 
DeMoss. 

The Cyclones were held scoreless until the 
closing minutes of the contest. 



Neathery up-ends an Iowa State Cyclone 



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Elry Palkenstein 



Wisconsin 

Wisconsin got away to a quick 6-0 lead after 
the kickoff. The Mini from then on took the de- 
fensive. Wisconsin started several drives, but 
they all fell short of the goal. In the late part of 
the second period, Illinois mounted its first offen- 
sive, but the time ran out and they did not score. 

In the third quarter the teams sparred up and 
down the field, with neither team making any 
ground. Then during the last few seconds, the 
Badger's pushed across their second touchdown. 
At the beginning of the last quarter this revived 
Wisconsin team scored their last touchdown. 

Wisconsin's kickoff went to the Illinois 37, 
where Rocky Ryan got it. He hesitated a mo- 
ment and then went through a host of tacklers. 
With Wally Vernasco and Bob Bishop clearing 
the way, Ryan scored an Illinois touchdown. 

Only a short time remained and Wisconsin 
killed the clock to end the game. 




Rocky Ryan leaps high to pull in a pass. 



Paul Luhrsen 
Pete Palmer 



Neathery and Borman pile up Ameche. 





Bauer blocks for Duke. 




Bud DeMoss 



Washington 

The Fighting lllini greeted Washington's 
Huskies with a 48-14 lacing to make good in 
their only start against a West Coast team this 
year. This was primed as a battle between two 
of the nation's top passers, Don Heinrich and 
Tommy O'Connell. 

O'Connell pitched a 24 yard pass to Rocky 
Ryan four plays after the kickoff for the first 
score. O'Connell and Ryan connected for 
another pass and Ryan raced 78 yards for the 
touchdown. 

Taking over on the midfield stripe, Duke 
dashed for the left sideline on what looked like 
a sweep, then jumped and pitched a perfect 
pass to Bachouros who sidestepped the Husk- 
ies' last three would-be tacklers for a touch- 
down. 

In the waning minutes of the game, Heinrich, 
with his passing, helped his team to two touch- 
downs. 




Herb Borraan 



Don Ernst 



Stan Wallace 



Above left : Tommy O'Connell 
Above rigid: Bob Gongola 



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Andy Wodziak 




Belou left : Jim i latlin 
Below right : Ken Miller 



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Minnesota 

The first part of the game was spent with 
Illinois fumbling, Minnesota recovering, and 
the Fighting lllini holding. On an Illinois fumble, 
the Gophers recovered on the 22 yard line. 
From there, behind Paul Giel, Minnesota 
scored. 

Late in the third period, after their drives 
had stalled, Illinois finally caught fire. With 
fine running and passing, Illinois marched 70 
yards to score with Duke going over. Miller 
kicked the point tying the score, 7-7. 

Early in the fourth period, an O'Connell pass 
was intercepted. With Holme carrying five 
times, Minnesota scored the winning touch- 
down. 

Illinois had the ball twice before the game 
ended. They were stopped once, and time 
killed the other drive as Minnesota upset Illinois 
13-7. 




Wally Vernasco 






.Minneapolis Star Tribune catches Tate breaking away. 





The Illinois forward wall gangs up on Schmaling. 



Purdue 



The 1952 Homecoming battle was with Purdue. 
The Boilermakers put an end to the weekend's 
festivities during the first quarter and went on to 
roll up an impressive 40-12 score. 

Two minutes after the opening kick-off Pur- 
due's fullback, Max Schmaling, crashed through 
the center of the line and went 59 yards to pay 
dirt. Illinois bounced right back, however, when 
Tommy O'Connell connected with Rocky Ryan 
for a 47 yard scoring play. The Boilermakers held 
on to their slim 7-6 edge as they blocked the 
lllini's point-after-touchdown attempt. 



Late in the first quarter Dale Samuels found 
Bernie Flowers in the end zone with a three yard 
pass to give Purdue a 13-6 lead which Illinois was 
never able to overcome. 

Purdue increased their margin in the second 
quarter when Flowers out-distanced Illinois' ban- 
daged pass defense twice within 59 seconds for 
scoring passes. 

Pete Bachouros crashed Purdue's burly line one 
yard for a TD late in the fourth quarter. The con- 
solation tally was set up by a 34 yard pass from 
O'Connell to Ryan. 



Purdue gets away, but not for Ion 



212 




Above : Joe Hall 

Above right: Rocky Ryan 

Right: Austin Duke 




Michigan 

Instilled with a desire and ability which had 
nat been approached all year, the lllini rolled 
over Michigan in an upset victory 22-13. 

Wodziak blocked a punt in the first few min- 
utes and as the ball went out of play, Illinois was 
awarded a safety. After an exchange of punts, 
Miller finally broke the battle by going 27 yards 
for a touchdown. From then on the lllini couldn't 
make a mistake. 

In the second quarter Brosky's interception 
and the recovery of a fumble by Borman set up 
the lllini's other two touchdowns. 

Michigan went on to score twice, but the final 
score hailed Illinois as the "Conquering Heroes.' 



Tlie mighty lllini stop a Wolverine drive. 



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Iowa 

The lllini air attack clicked and Illinois 
whipped Iowa 33-13. When Illinois got the 
ball, they started moving. O'Connell passed 
to Smith and moved to the Iowa 17. Bach- 
ouros moved to the 3 yard line and then, in 
the next play, DeMoss scored. 

With the second period, the lllini started 
their second drive which covered 68 yards 
with Bachouros scoring. Illinois held Iowa, 
and after the Hawkeye punt and two passes 
from O'Connell to Ryan, O'Connell sneaked 
over for a third TD. 

After the kickoff, Brosky intercepted a 
long Hawkeye pass and ran 38 yards to the 
Iowa 26 yard stripe. Passes to Smith and an 
Iowa interference penalty, set up the touch- 
down with Swienton carrying. 

The lllini scored their fifth touchdown at 
the beginning of the third quarter where 
Smith caught an O'Connell pass and ran 67 
yards for a TD. 

In the last half things shifted Iowa's way, 
and they scored twice. 




Ryan gains needed yardage with O'Connell's pass. 



Left: Herli Neathery 
Below left: Bob Lenzini 
Below: Tom Murphy 






Above: Bob Weddoll 
Itighl: Joe Holladay 



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Bachouros tangles with the Hawkeyes. 




Ohio State 

Entertaining a vast throng of dads at the an- 
nual Dad's Day game, the Fighting Mini fell to 
Ohio State 27-7. 

The Buckeyes tallied within five seconds of the 
second quarter on a long pass climaxing a 9 1 
yard march. The lllini earned a 7-7 half-time tie, 
when with only 42 seconds left, O'Connell moved 
the team to the promised land with a 25 yard 
pass to Ryan. 

The story of the second half was short. Making 

two interceptions and a fumble pay off, Ohio 

State scored three times within ten minutes. The 

lini were unsuccessful in their comeback try as 

they never were able to threaten again. 



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.1 hove : Dan Sabino 
Right ■ John Bauer 





With back to the end zone, DeMoss fights through. 



Northwestern 



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Left : Larry Stevens 
Below . Bernie Eisner 




Scoring on the first and last plays of the game, 
Northwestern's Wildcats edged the lllini out, 28-26, 
with a story book finish. 

With six seconds left, fullback Chuck Hren took 
a pass from Dick Thomas on the 10 yard line and 
scored. 

On the first play from scrimmage, Wildcat half- 
back Gerry Weber scored as he scampered around 
left end for 67 yards. Illinois bounced back when 
O'Connell threw a 60 yard touchdown pass to Rex 
Smith. 

Each team scored once more before the inter- 
mission. Then in the third quarter O'Connell went 
over from the one, climaxing a 61 yard advance to 
give the lllini the lead for the first time, 19-14. 

The inspired up-state rivals again took the lead, 
21-19, before Illinois went ahead, 2 I -26, on a seven 
yard lob pass to Smith. Just when this looked like 
it would remain the score and give Illinois a victory, 
the Wildcats hit the lllini with their dramatic finish. 




Far left: Bucky Tate 
Left: Cliff Waldheser 




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op row: Ed Beach, manager; Lou Agase, Bob Kins. Elry Falkenstein, .Ian Smid, Joe Holladay, Dick Kohlhagen, (' 

Eliot, roach 
iftli row: Ralph Fletcher. Jerry Rebecca, Dave Bauer, James Hisler. Howard Workowski, Dan Bednarek, Ed Gain. Jasper San rilipo. 

Bill Ellis, James Ferguson 
■mrth row: Austin Duke, Bob Gongola, Clarence DeMoss. Dale Foster. I'aul Kurimsky, Bruce Struckman, Roger Wolf. Bob Scott. Dean 

Willman, Jack Sopkin 
hird row: James Catlin, Dick Miller. Bob Lenzini, I'aul Lulu-sen. Jerry Maisenbacher, Don Valentine. Boh Bishop, Boh Frala. Baird 

Stewart. Charles Holmes 
;cond row: Don Ernst, Ken Miller. Stan Wallace, Herb Borman. Don Tate, I'ete Palmer, Wallie Yernasco. John Ryan. John Bauer, Cliff 

Waldbeser 
Ottom row: Bernie Eisner, I'ete Bachouros, Tom Murphy, Lawrence Stevens. Dan Sahino. Al Brosky. captain; Frank Wodziak, Rex 

Smith. Tom O'Connell, Herb Neathery 



The vital force behind the Illinois football teams 
is the excellent coaching staff. Ray Elliot, head of 
this staff, has been head coach at Illinois for ten 
years, and has twice produced Big Ten and Rose 
Bowl champions. 

Ralph Fletcher coaches the defensive backs, 
and Chuck Purvis coaches the offensive backs. 
Burt Ingwersen and Lou Agase are the line 
coaches. Mel Brewer is freshman coach, Bob 
King instructs the ends, and Leo Johnson is the 
chief scout. 



Bill Tat,' 
A I Brosky 



Standing: Bob King, ends; \m\ Agase, line; Mel Brewer, freshman coach; Leo 

Johnson, chief scout 
Sealed: Burt Ingwersen, line; Chuck Purvis, backs; Ray Eliot, head coach; 

Ralph Fletcher, Inn-Is 




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Basketball 



1952-53 Big 


Ten 


Standings 








Won 


Los 


Indiana 




17 


1 


ILLINOIS 




.... 14 


4 


Michigan State 




II 


7 


Minnesota .... 




II 


7 


Iowa 




9 


9 


Wisconsin ... 




9 


9 


Ohio State . . . 




7 


1 1 


Northwestern 




5 


13 


Michigan 




3 


15 


Purdue 




3 


15 



Who's helping whom ? 



Max Baumgardner 



Morris Sterneck 



Hob Peterson 







Johnnv Kerr 



Jim Wright 



Jim Schuldt 



Nine lettermen returned from Illinois' 1952 
team and at the season's beginning, the lllini were 
rated as the top team in the nation. The main 
components of this team were six players, five of 
which played on the 1952 team: Jim Bredar, Irv 
Bemoras, John Kerr, Clive Follmer, Bob Peterson, 
and Max Hooper, who filled in for Rod Fletcher. 

The lllini began the season with a 7 1-57 victory 
over Loyola. With Kerr hitting 34 points and the 
team shooting .400, Illinois had little trouble. The 
first conference tilt, with Michigan, proved to be 
the lllini's second victory. With each of the first 
five hitting over thirteen points, the lllini won by 
30 points. 

The lllini's first defeat came at the hands of a 
strong Minnesota five. Playing on their own floor 
and with an upset in mind, Minnesota got the 
points when they needed them. Even though Illi- 
nois outscored the Gophers from the field, Min- 
nesota made up these points by free throws, and 
came out on top. With this defeat the lllini fell 
to second place in Big Ten competition. 

During the holidays, Illinois again hit their 
stride, and beat Ohio State with Kerr scoring 22 
points. This sharp shooting continued as the lllini 
dropped Purdue; Hooper, Kerr, and Bredar each 
hit over 20 points. With Bredar leading the way, 
Northwestern was an easy victory. 



They close their eyes when Peterson shoots. 





linois lost its second conference contest to Indiana. 
The regulation game ended in a tie as did the first over- 
time, but when the second overtime ended, the score read 
74-70 with Indiana on top. 

Kerr, pacing the lllini with 22 points, led the team to a 
victory over Michigan State, and the lllini also topped a 
strong Wisconsin five. 



Coach Harry Combes and Captain Jim Bredar 




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Above: Ed Makovsky 
Right : Irv Bemoras 




Michigan gave Illinois little trouble, and the lllini thumped 
Iowa on our home court. After winning again from Purdue, 
Illinois was defeated by upset-minded Iowa, which killed 
any hopes of an lllini championship. Bredar and Kerr 
sparked an 83-82 victory over Minnesota. 

The Hoosiers played like champions and beat Illinois 91- 
79 on our home court. Illinois cinched second place with 
victories over Wisconsin, Ohio State, and Northwestern. 




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Little Jimmy Bredar sinks one against Minnesota. 



Season Record 

Total— Won 18, Lost 4 

Illinois Opponents 

71 Loyola 57 

96 Michigan 66 

75 Butler 58 

73 Minnesota 77 

87 Ohio State 62 

94 St. Mary's 65 

87 Purdue 71 

65 Wisconsin 61 

83 Northwestern 58 

70 Indiana 74 

76 Michigan State 64 

93 DePauw 50 

71 Wisconsin 61 

92 Michigan 62 

80 Iowa 63 

93 Purdue 67 

62 Iowa 67 

83 Minnesota 82 

79 Indiana 91 

66 Michigan State 53 

93 Ohio State 74 

86 Northwestern 70 



Kerr controls the board with able assistants, Hooper and Bredar. 



Two on one stops Bemoras. 




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Captain Jim Bredar's fiery playing sparked the 
Mini. He came through in the close games and 
proved to be an outstanding all around player. 
Playing opposite Bredar as the other guard was 
Irv Bemoras. His set shots, rebounding, and de- 
fensive play were big factors in the lllini victories. 
Clive Follmer, forward, with his speed and drive- 
in shots, set up many lllini baskets as well as add- 
ing to the Illinois point total. Opposite Follmer, 
Max Hooper, playing the other forward, showed 
rebounding power and a deadly eye with two- 
handed set shots. Bob Peterson brought down 
his share of rebounds and helped John Kerr out 
against strong opponents. Kerr showed much 
improvement over the 1952 season, playing fine 
defensive games and leading the lllini in scoring. 
His best game was against Loyola when he scored 
34 points. 

Jim Bredar was named on the second team 
All-American and Irv Bemoras and John Kerr 
were given honorable mention. 

This was the last season for Bredar, Peterson, 
Kerr, Bemoras, Follmer, and Schuldt. 



Above right: Northwestern's Ehmann tries to driv 
around Hooper. 



Right: Denny Blind of Purdue tries his hand at gym 
nasties. 



Tup row: Howard Braun, assistant coach; Morris Sterneck, Jim 
Wright, Ed Makovsky, Max Baumgardner, Jim Dutcher, .iii;i 
Schuldt, Elmer l'lew 

Bottom row: Clive Follmer, John Kerr. Irv Bemoras, Harry Combes 
coach; Jim Bredar, captain; Bob Peterson. Max Hooper 






Frazier takes his step and . 



Baseball 



With newly appointed Lee Eilbracht as coach 
for the 1952 season, the Illinois baseball squad 
blasted through a 28 game schedule to end the 
season by sharing the Big Ten championship. 
With a strong defense and a better than average 
mound corps, Illinois opened its Big Ten campaign 
when they met and were overcome by Michi- 
gan's Wolverines. 

The Fighting lllini scored a 12-1 decision over 
Michigan State in the first game of a twin bill as 
Jerry Smith gave up only six wide-scattered hits. 
Losing the final game of the day gave coach 
Eilbracht's team a 1-2 conference record. 



1952 Big Ten Standings 

Won Lost 

ILLINOIS 10 5 

Michigan 8 4 

Wisconsin 9 6 

Purdue 7 5 

Michigan State 7 6 

Minnesota 7 7 

Ohio State 7 

Northwestern 5 5 

Iowa 5 8 

Indiana I 13 



Just made it ! 



Lou Krantz, captain 






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Miller is safe on the squeeze. 



Uiis.s Steger, assistant roach: Lee Eilbracht, coach; Lou Krantz, captain 



Gerry Smith 



Bruce Frazier 



Bob Moore 




Stretch . . . stretch! 




The team from Champaign-Urbana opened a 
five-game home series by setting the Purdue 
Boilermakers to a II -6 defeat. The lllini swept 
a week-end double header from Indiana Univer- 
sity by 7-0 and 5-2 scores. This put the team 
back into s.trong contention for the league leader- 
ship with a 4-2 record. Clive Follmer pitched a 
6-hit shutout to win the opener. Catcher Bruce 
Frazier was top batter of the day, while Frank 
Walenga led in the R. B. I. department by forcing 
4 runs across the plate.' 



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Jerry Miller 



Jolin Davis 



Jerry Baranski 



lllini swung North for an important 3-game 
week-end with Wisconsin and Northwestern. A 
5-2 victory over Wisconsin put the lllini into a 
3-way tie tor first place. 

The following day, the lllini swept a double 
header from Northwestern to remain in first 
place. The first game was a pitcher's duel in 
which Gerry Smith emerged victorious. The win- 
ning run was provided by Lou Krantz, who scored 
on an error. The second game was bitterly fought 
to the final out as Northwestern tried valiantly to 
salvage one of the two games. 



Coach Eilbracht nominated Clive Follmer to 
hurl the first game of the pennant hinging 3 game 
series with the Buckeyes. This initial game ended 
in a 6-3 loss for Lee Eilbracht's charges. The lllini 
fought back and copped the afternoon pair by 
scores of 7-1 and 7-3. Gerry Smith remained 
among the top Big Ten moundsmen by spinning 
a smooth 4-hitter. Gerry was bolstered by a 14- 
hit barrage in the game. The big bats of Baran- 
ski, Moore, Miller, and Frazier continued their 
action in the finale as they helped Carl Ahrens 
and Clive Follmer rack up the second victory of 
the day. This pair of wins enabled Illinois to main- 
tain their one game lead in the Big Ten race. 




The fact that John Davis had a perfect 
day at the plate with 5 for 5 was not enough 
to alter the course of the game as Minnesota 
beat Illinois and Carl Ahrens 5-1. 

With everything depending upon their 
double header with Iowa, the home team 
could do no better than a discouraging split. 

This loss of the last game threw Illinois and 
Michigan into a two way tie for the league 
title. Although the lllini finished the season 
one-half game ahead of Michigan, the title- 
deciding "won" and "lost" percentages 
were identical. 




Ball, strike, or hit? 




Clive Follmer 



Ron Heberer 



Vince Feiffenlml 



Top row : Ron Dltes, Frank Walenga, Bob Moore, Jerry Baranski, Max Hooper. Al Kierkes, Ricky Schwartz 

Third row: Vinco Feigenbutz, Roger Wing, Charles Fort, Don Davis, William Boon, Tony Johnson 

Second row: Pete Wragg, Ron Heberer, Dick Haskins, John Sabalaskey, Jerry Miller, Bill Fewkes, Bill Hohman, manager 

Bottom row: John Davis, Bruce Frazier, Russ Steger, assistant coach : Lee Eilbracht, coach; Lou Krantz, Carl Ahrens, Gerald Smith 





Four hurdlers are off to a good start in the Big Ten indoor meet. 



Track 



Illinois' track team went through anotherseason 
of Big Ten competition without a single team loss. 
Bolstered by such consistent winners as Henry 
Cryer, Dick Coleman, Joe Gonzalez, Joel Mc- 
Nulty, Cirilo McSween, Ron Mitchell, Stace 
Siders, and Willie Williams, the lllini had a tre- 
mendous first-line sguad. Added to this were the 
many so-called reserves which on any Big Ten 
track team constitute the winning margin. These 
men added the second, third, fourth, and fifth 



place points when they were most needed. 

The lllini trackmen received their prepping for 
Big Ten championship through a very rugged 
schedule of dual and invitational meets. On 
March 29 a few picked men traveled to Chicago 
to run in the Annual Chicago Daily News Relays. 
There they proceded to win first places in the 
mile relay, the two mile relay, and the 1,000 yard 
run. 



Willie Williams 



Henry Cryer 



Stacey Siders 





Above right: Marv Berschet 
Below right: Ocie Trimble 



Another big meet for the lllini was the nation- 
ally famous Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa. 
Illinois' two-mile relay team composed of Dick 
Reynolds, Lawton Lamb, Stacey Siders, and 
Henry Cryer established a new American collegi- 
ate record of 7:31.6. Illinois also triumphed ; n 
the 880 yard relay, pole vault, and 120 yard high 
hurdles. Dick Coleman and Joel McNulty respec- 
tively scored firsts for Illinois in the individual 
events. 




Top row: Leo Johnson, roacli ; Vince LasCasas, Jim Wright, Clark Hillcr, Dick Ware, Sam Anderson, Dale 
Poster, Tom Floyd, Dick Ganslen, assistant coach . . 

Seroiid row: Joo Corley, Ocie Trimble, Dick Reynolds. Willard Thomson. Art Iwardock, Bob Lenzini, Dick 

Calisch, Gene Maynard, Eoger Swank, Ralph Pessenden 
Bottom row: -Toe Gonzalez, Stacey Siders, Dick Coleman. Joel McNulty, Lawton Lamb, Marv Berschet, Ron 

Mitchell. Henry Cryer, Cirilo McSween, Willie Williams 




The inaugural meet of the '52 season was the 
Milwaukee Journal Relays. Lawton Lamb placed 
first in the 1,000 yard run, and the Illinois mile 
relay team took the trophy in that event. The 
next meet was against Indiana. The final score 
indicated a complete rout — Illinois 87, Indiana 
27. Two more dual meets followed and the re- 
sults were similar. These meets helped shape up 
the team for the important Big Ten Indoor Track 
championship meet. 

In the Big Ten Indoor Track meet Illinois showed 
the championship form which was displayed 
throughout the whole season. The final score 
showed the lllini as victors with Michigan a very 
close second. 




Don Laz congratulates Dick Coleman and Dick Calisch on placing 
first and second, respectively, in the Big Ten indoor pole vault 
event. 



1952 Big Ten Track Standings 



Indoor 

ILLINOIS 59 3/5 

Michigan 52 

Iowa 29 

Ohio State 15 

Michigan State II 3/5 

Wisconsin 9 3/5 

Northwestern 9 

Indiana 5 3/5 

Purdue 3 

Minnesota 3/5 



Outdoor 

ILLINOIS 67 3/5 

Michigan 65 1/10 

Iowa 28 1/2 

Northwestern 12 

Michigan State 10 17/20 

Ohio State 10 1/2 

Indiana 10 1/4 

Purdue 7 3/5 

Wisconsin 7 

Minnesota 5 3/5 



Joe Gonzalez 



Lawton Lamb 



Clark Hiller 




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The mighty Mini's first outdoor duel meet vic- 
tim was Purdue, which received a thorough drub- 
bing to the tune of 104-28. 

Michigan, a week later, put up more of a fight, 
but the final score of 74 l/ 2-57'/2 showed Illinois 
the "conquering heroes" at least for that day. 

The last dual meet of the season was a repeti- 
tion of the Purdue meet. Again the Mini smashed 
through to an overwhelming victory over a piti- 
fully undermanned Wisconsin team. 

This victory apparently was a great morale 
booster for two weeks later Illinois captured its 
Second Big Ten track championship of 1952, the 
Big Ten Outdoor title, from a very strong Michi- 
gan team. 




Right: Cirilo McSween 

Below : Ron Mitchell 





Top row: Pat Patterson, coach; Robert Fin if rock, manager; Buford Beck, assistant coach; Robert Klein, trainer 
Second row: Victor Locascio, .Max Ponder, Dean Willman, William Zanetakos, Richard Reed. Robert Lutz 
Bottom row: Merle Dunn, Louis Kachiroubas, Martin Schwartz, captain; Norton Compton, Richard Meeks 



Wrestling 



A group of hard working underclassmen, built 
around four returning lettermen, made Coach 
Patterson's team a surprise in the Big Ten race. 
During the dual meet season the team was shuf- 
fled around and did not make a very impressive 
dual meet record. In time for the Big Ten cham- 
pionship competition at Michigan, the team fell 
into shape, and they captured first place. Con- 
tinuing this form, the lllini finished sixth in the 
N.C.A.A. championship meet. 



1952 Big Ten Standings 

ILLINOIS 2S 

Michigan 2 i 

Michigan State 19 

Indiana 18 

Minnesota 14 

Wisconsin 14 

Iowa 10 

Purdue 9 

Northwestern 9 

Ohio State 6 



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Right: Norton Compton 
Loner right: Lou Kachiroubas 



Marty Schwartz, the captain and the most 
valuable wrestler, again turned in an outstanding 
season in the heavy weight class. Norton Comp- 
ton, 137 pounder, was undefeated in dual meets 
and was the Big Ten champion in his class. He 
also ended fourth in the N.C.A.A. Lou Kachi- 
roubas, 130 pounder, and Dick Meeks, 123 
pounder, each placed third in their division at 
the N.C.A.A. clash. 

Lettermen were: Norton Compton, Merle 
Dunn, Lou Kachiroubas, Vic Locascio, Robert 
Lutz, Richard Meeks, Max Ponder, Richard Reed, 
Martin Schwartz, John Wedel, Dean Willman, 
and William Zanetqkos. 






Left : Dick Meeks 
Below: Trying for a pin. 




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Top row : Dick Cook, manager; Frank Bare. Jim Cleary, Richard Browning, Robert Sullivan, Charles Pond, coach 
Bottom rou: : Walter Cryer. captain; <!il Brinkmeyer, Tom Gardner, Jeff Austin 



Gymnastics 

With only one letterman but many experienced 
underclassmen returning, the lllini formed an out- 
standing gymnastics team. Again the lllini proved 
themselves superior, taking the Big Ten confer- 
ence for the third consecutive year and placing 
third in the N.C.A.A. championship meet in 
Colorado. After losing their opening match with 
Michigan State, the gymnasts won all of the fol- 
lowing dual matches with ease. 



1952 Big Ten Standings 

ILLINOIS 62 

Michigan State 49 

Minnesota 24 

Ohio State 12 

Iowa 5 

Northwestern \'/2 

Michigan '/2 

Wisconsin 

Indiana 



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Above : Bare on the side horse. 
Right: Sullivan on the rings. 
Lower right : Gardner on the horizontal bar 



Captain Wally Cryer, top man on the trampoline, 
and Bob Sullivan, voted the most valuable player, led 
the team. Sullivan was first on the parallel bars, tum- 
bling, and the all-around event in the Big Ten cham- 
pionships, and first in tumbling in the N.C.A.A. Frank 
Bare won first on the side horse in both the Big Ten 
and N.C.A.A. finals. Sullivan, honored by his team- 
mates, was elected captain for the 1953 season. 





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Top roi>': Jack Abranis, Robert Hoffman, Fred Host. Bob Bennorth, captain; Howard Braun, roach 
Bottom row: Harold Stafford. Alan Farmer, Bill Dankert. Harvey Hartenstein 



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Built around returning lettermen, Bob Hoffman 
and Bob Bennorth, the 1952 Illinois tennis crew 
won three and lost five dual matches. The lllini 
victories came at the expense of Ohio State, 
Purdue, and Northwestern. Not given much hope 
at the beginning of the season, the netmen show- 
ed a large improvement, finishing with an unex- 
pected sixth place in the Big Ten championships. 
Bennorth and Most competed in the N.C.A.A. 
tournament, but lost out. 



1952 Big Ten Standings 

Indiana 70 

Michigan State 56 

Iowa 33'/2 

Northwestern 24 

Michigan 20'/2 

ILLINOIS 18 

Purdue 18 

Wisconsin 13 

Ohio State 3 

Minnesota 2 



Bob Bennorth 



Bill Dankert 




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Ti>i' row: Bob Keen, manager: Bruce Sublette, Allen Mills, Carl Carlson, Phillip Urso, John Cameron 
Bottom row: Larry Silverman, Jim Ross. Jorge Quiros, Vincent D'Orazio, Arthur Schiller, Max Garrett, coach 



1952 Big Ten Standings 

ILLINOIS 39 

Michigan State 33 

Wisconsin 28 

Northwestern 23 

Ohio State 2! 

Indiana 15 

Iowa 12 



Fencing 



The 1952 Illinois Fencing Squad, led by Cap- 
tain Jorge Quiros, was undefeated in eight 
matches for the third consecutive year. The lllini 
won the Big Ten championship and ended the 
season with fifth place in N.C.A.A. competition. 

D'Orazio, the most valuable player for 1952, 
finished first in the Big Ten championship and 
placed eighth in the foil division at the N.C.A.A. 
championship meet. 



Jorge Quiros 



Bruce Sublette 





Standing : Art Wyatt, assistant coach; Leo Walch, Bob Marquardt. Vern Rascher, captain; Jim McKinzie, Ralph Fletcher, coach 
Kneeling : Don Cassady, Tom Rowader, Ken West, Haynes Hawkins 



Golf 



Able to win only one match, the 1952 golf 
squad picked up some very valuable experience 
for this year's season. The club-swingers lone vic- 
tory was over Michigan State. Although we 
played host to the other Big Ten schools in the 
annual conference meet at the new University 
course, we were only able to finish ninth. Vern 
Rascher acted as team captain. 



1952 Big Ten Standings 

Michigan 1 ,559 

Purdue 1 ,575 

Wisconsin 1 ,577 

Ohio State 1,583 

Minnesota 1,613 

Indiana 1 ,620 

Northwestern 1 ,627 

Iowa 1 ,630 

ILLINOIS 1,631 

Michigan State 1 ,66 I 




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Top row : George Searls, manager; George Gfroerer, Bob Scholz, Bob Kramp. Fred Lehman, George Kjellstrom 
Bottom row: 3. B, Jones, Jim Pendleton, Fritz Tait, Bob Clemons. Walt Oyer. Ed Manley, cuarh 



1952 Big Ten Standings 

Ohio State 125 

Michigan State 66 

Michigan 60 

Iowa 30 

Purdue 17 

Northwestern 10 

Wisconsin 10 

Indiana 9 

Minnesota 7 

ILLINOIS 6 



Swimming 

The 1952 swimming team, led by co-captains 
J. B. Jones and Fred Lehman, ended the season 
with a record of one win and five defeats. 

Jim Pendleton, the most valuable swimmer and 
captain-elect of 1953, and Bob Clemons placed 
fifth and sixth, respectively, in the Big Ten cham- 
pionships. 

The lllini coach, Ed Manley, retired after forty- 
one years of coaching. He was the only swim- 
ming coach the U. of I. had up to this time. 



Get set ! 



Fred Lehman 





Administrators 




Chuck Flynn, athletic publicity director 



Doug Mills, director of athletics 



Ray Eliot, football 




Loo Johnson, track 



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Buel Patterson, wrestling 





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Max Garrett, fencing 



Lee Eilbracht, baseball 




Ralph Fletcher, golf 



Allen Klingel, swimming 



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Tribe of Mini 




Officers: Irv Bemoras, secretary-treasurer; Cirilo McSween, vice president ; 
Clive Follmer, president 



The Tribe of lllini is a social organization for 
all men on the campus who have earned a Major 
"I" in athletics. The recognized goal of every 
Illinois athlete is to win his "I" and become a 
member of the Tribe. The club gives the mem- 
bers a chance to get acquainted and furthers 
good relations between the "I" men and the rest 
of the students. New members are elected and 
initiated after awards are presented in each 
sport. 



Each year the Tribe sponsors a winter and a 
spring formal for its members. It also shows 
movies of all the out-of-town football games. 
Members of the football team alternate as nar- 
rators at the movies. 

Officers in charge of this year's Tribe of lllini 
are representatives of two different sports. Clive 
Follmer and Irv Bemoras are basketball players 
and Cirilo McSween is a track man. 



Top row: George Gfroerer, Bob Kramp, Bill Stimart, Bob Scholz, Bill Zanetakos, Bob Sullivan, Jim Wright, Gil Brinkmeyer, Jack Leskera, Ken West 
Fourth rote: Haynes Hawkins, John Cameron, Fred Tait. Henry Cryer, Arthur .Schiller, Frank Bare, Jeff Austin, Harvey Hartenstein, Tom Floyd 
Third row : Fred Lehman, Ron Ultes, Joe Corley, Bernie Eisner, Max Baumgartner, Milt Brown, Joel McNulty 
Second row: Jim Hudjens, Carl Carlson, Rich Haskins, John Sabalasky, John Kerr, Dan Peterson, Richard Wham, Bob Keen, James Bunting, Roger 

Wing 
Bottom roiv : Carl Ahrens, Bernard Schwartz, Norton Compton, Bruce Frazier, Bob Peterson, Cirilo McSween, Clive Follmer, Irv Bemoras, Max Hooper. 

Jim Bredar 




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Top row: Ned Beach, Ken Jensen, Jim Lubin 
Second row: Jim Bishop, Bernie Schwartz, Bob Keen 
ISottom row : Milt Brown. Jink Leskera, Jim Hudgens 



Managers 

Senior Managers O 

Edward Beach Football One of the most important working bodies of 

John Leskera Basketball the Illinois athletic squads are team managers. 

James Lubin Baseball They join behind the scenes and perform tasks 

Milton Brown Track necessary for successful presentation of athletic 

D j c l \a/ ±\- events at the University. 

Bernard bchwartz Wrestling • / 

. Their tasks consist of overseeing practices, ar- 

Kobert Keen Fencing x i ± • i ■ j j ■ 

3 ranging tor road trips, keeping records, and main- 
Kenneth Jensen Gymnastics +aining high mora | e _ 

James Hudgens Tennis Two juniors and several underclassmen assist 

James Bishop Swimming the senior manager in carying out these duties. 

Top roiv : James Bridgeland, wrestling; Gerald Myers, wrestling; Hugh Pnrnell, basketball; Gene Philbrick, basketball ; Jerry Rhodes, tennis 
Second row : Ron Benedict, baseball; Lee Johnson, baseball; Jack Healy, track; Sheldon Cloobeck, track- 
Bottom row : John Stront, swimminy ; Jim Purcell, football ; Rich Zimmerman, football: Leiby Hall, fencing 



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Athlete of the Year 

Chuck Boerio, bonecrushing linebacker for 
the Fighting lllini football team of 1951, was 
voted the Athlete of the Year by the stud- 
ent body. Besides this nomination, Chuck 
was also named to several All-American 
teams and the All Mid-West team. This 
recognition was given because of the out- 
standing defensive play which Chuck con- 
sistently turned in. 




Conference Medal Winner 

Dick Calisch, Conference Medal Winner 
of 1952, was one of Illinois' outstanding 
athlete-scholars. He showed himself as a 
very capable and consistent pole vaulter. 
Dick also proved himself as a scholar. De- 
spite the long track season, he maintained 
the necessary scholastic average for P.E. and 
was awarded the University of Illinois Schol- 
arship key. 




Most Valuable Player 

Al Brosky, All-American safety man for 
the Fighting lllini, was nominated by his 
teammates to receive the Most Valuable 
Player award. He undeniably was one of the 
greatest defensive backfield men ever to 
play for Illinois. Among the honors bestow- 
ed on him were the captaincy of the 1952 
football team and an All-American berth in 
his junior year. 



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Cheerleaders 



The lllini cheering squad, with cheers, yells, and 
acrobatic stunts, led the students, faculty, and 
alums in backing the football and basketball 
teams. The cheerleaders also took part in many 
athletics events and pep rallies. 

This year, for the first time, representatives of 
the squad cheered at out-of-town games. Air 
transportation was provided for Captain Jim 
Bunting and juniors, Don Peterson and Jim Spier- 
ling by the Cheerleading Advisory Board, headed 
by William Bierbaum. 



Top row : James Bunting', head cheerleader 

second row: James Spierling. Donald Peterson 

Bottom row: Jeannino Burnier, Marilyn Lowe, Jeanne Cameron 



Chief Illiniwek, Bill Hug 



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Intramural 
Sports 



Senior managers: Paul Aney, Bill Stimart 



The University of Illinois' Department of Intra- 
mural and Recreational Sports plays a very im- 
portant part in the lives of the University stud- 
ents. The IM program has a very unique purpose. 
A well rounded student needs certain recreational 
activities in his daily schedule as well as in his 
classroom work; the Intramural and Recreational 
Sports program supplies this. By participating in 
intramural activities, a student benefits from the 
relaxation of recreation and from the physical 
exercise. 

This department, sponsored by the Athletic 
Association, has Intramural, Recreational, and 
Co-recreational programs. The department is 



under the direction of the IMREC Board and the 
faculty supervisor, Allen B. Klingel. This Board 
consists of the Supervisor, Assistant Supervisor, 
Senior and Junior Managers, Chairman of the 
Officials Association, and reprsentatives of IF, 
MIA, and the participating Independent and 
Greek houses. The IMREC Board sets all policies 
of the programs and acts as a Protest Board. 

The officials of the IM Program are furnished 
by the IM Officials Association. This organization 
is made up of members of the professional classes 
of the School of Physical Education. They find 
this work beneficial to their training and provide 
officials for every IM sport. 



IM Itec Board — Standing : Hoyt Mathews. "Frank Jacobs, Gale Cole, Bud Doolittle, Bob Oyer, Bob DuFore, Ron Heiligenstein, Dale Bury 
Seated: Paul Aney, Joo Abrahams, Bill Stimart 





Junior IM Managers — Standing : Dale Bury, Ron Heiligenstein 
Sitting: Frank Jacobs, Hoyt Mathews 



Throughout the week, the IM department fur- 
nishes all the equipment and other athletic facili- 
ties for any student or faculty member desiring 
its use. 

The competitive program is supplied by the IM 
department. It provides clean, wholesome com- 
petition for the students with keen rivalry existing 
between the fraternities and the independent 
houses. In many sports, pre-season coaching 
clinics are conducted, and practice sessions are 
held before each competition. This program is 
conducted under student leadership. 

The recreational department provides leisure 



time activity for the students and faculty who 
are interested in participation in athletics for the 
enjoyment received. Special events and tourna- 
ments are offered and a program is available for 
the graduate students and the staff. 

The Co-Rec Department is the newest of the 
programs. In this competition, both men and 
women team up in such sports as volleyball, bowl- 
ing, and softball. Clubs are formed when students 
show interest in special activities. Some of the 
more active of these clubs are the "Bait and Fly 
Casting Club," and the "Rifle and Pistol Club." 



Sophomore IM Managers — Standing: Earl Sachtleben, Jerry Jaffe, Ed Bottomley, Jack Olson 
Sitting: Stevo Anderson, Shelly Good, Bob Henson 



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1952 Intramural Champions 

Basketball Sigma Chi 

Naturals 

Bowling Hartley 

Golf Christianson 

Gymnastics Sigma Chi 

Horseshoes Smith, Phi Delta Theta 

Smith-Losch, Phi Delta Theta 
Softbal 

12 inch Phi Delta Theta, Vet Club 

16 inch . . Tau Epsilon Phi, Newman Hall No. I 
Swimming .... Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Delta Theta 

Table Tennis Davis, Pi Lambda Phi 

Luerman-Nachbar, Zeta Beta Tau 
Track 

Outdoor Sigma Chi 

ndoor Sigma Chi 

Badminton Pidot, Flagg House 

Pidot-Smith, Flagg House 

Football Alpha Epsilon Pi 

Naturals 

Handball Cryer, Sigma Pi 

Katz-Weinstein, Noble House 

Tennis Hulvey, Naturals 

Hulvey-Hartenstein, Naturals 

Volleyball Sigma Chi 

K.C.'s 

Water Polo Delta Phi 

Wrestling Delta Chi 





1951-1952 Point Leaders 
Greek 

Sigma Chi 355 

Phi Delta Theta 353.2 

Sigma Pi 260 

Alpha Tau Omega 22 I 

Beta Theta Pi 186 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 175 

Delta Phi 165 

Phi Kappa Psi 165 

Delta Chi 146 

Tau Epsilon Pi 139 

Independent 

Newman Hall 19 

Naturals 183 

Vet Club 153 

K.C.'s 144 

Ruste Armes 133 



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Lucille Muzzarelli, president 




W.A.A. Board — standing : Nancy Claypool, treasurer; Martha 
Bland, Terrapin, representative; Virginia Mersbach, house rep- 
resentative coordin ator 

Sitting: Jean Huber. secretary; Lucille Muzzarelli, president; De- 
lores Pinkston, vice president; Pat Hutson, sports chairman 



W. A. A. 

50th Anniversary 
1903-1953 



Often overlooked behind the University's gianT 
varsity program is the very important athletic 
program for women, sponsored by the Women's 
Athletic Association. The W.A.A. members are 
offered a year round schedule of both individual 
and inter-house athletic tournaments on the same 
scale as the men's Intramural program and the 
Co-Recreational sports program. 

Two trophies are offered yearly: one to the 
house accumulating the most points in team com- 
petition, and the other to the house having the 
best precentage of participation. After each girl 
completes one sport season, she is eligible to be 
initiated. Four seasons are required for a pin, six 
for numerals, and after twelve sport seasons a 
girl is eligible for her Major "I", the same as the 
men's varsity award. 



W.A.A. Award Winners — Top row: Mary Lou Terry, Genevieve Kunce, 

Roberta Rosecrans, (fenny Gould 
Bottom row: Pat Hutson, Lucille Muzzarelli. Doris Lightfoot 



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W.A.A. Sport* Managers — Top row: Xante Posttewait, JoAnn Neburka, Marilyn Gust arson, Barbara Lind- 

gren. Nancy Berquist 
Second row: Sherle Olson, Joan Danielson, Vivian Kretshmer. Jean Lamb, Barbara Hutb, Jeanette Mathews 
Bottom row : Jano Klitzing, Barbara Victor, Jean Grippe, Toh Bee Tan 
Not in. panel : Mary Carson, Marian Dora, Roberta Rosecrans, Mary L.ou McGowan, Mama Brewbaker 



This year W.A.A. affairs were handled by 
Lucille Muzzarelli, president; Delores Pinkston, 
vice president; Jean Huber, secretary; Nancy 
Claypool, treasurer; Pat Hutson, sports manager; 
and Virginia Mersbach, house representative co- 
ordinator. Faculty advisor is Miss Phyllis Hill. 

The Women's Athletic Association offers re- 
creation for all undergraduate and graduate 
women on campus regardless of their sports' skill 
or ability. Good sportsmanship, physical fitness, 
and fun are stressed which gives girls an excellent 
chance to get acquainted with other groups hav- 
ing the same interests. The W.A.A. offers field 



hockey, badminton, table tennis, volleyball, bowl- 
ing, ice skating, basketball, fencing, Softball, 
archery, tennis, and golf plus sponsoring Sports' 
Days with other schools, High School Playday, 
and a variety of other programs throughout the 
year. 

January 20 was W.A.A.'s 50th anniversary. 
In these fifty years it has been one of the Univer- 
sity's most active organizations raising the stand- 
ards of women's athletics to a point where they 
have become an important part of every coed on 
this campus. 



W.A.A. House Representatives — Top roiv: Diane Baxter, Celia Concialdi, Elizabeth Jenner, Jeanne Grippe, Pat Newkirk, Violeta Chong, Barbara Victor, 

Carolyn Kolar, Jeannette Mathews 
Second row: Barbara Pokorny, Barbara Steger, Beverly Bryngelson, Marilyn Handrock, Virginia Fortney, Virginia Mersbach, Nicki Kotsiakos, Carolyn 

Loughlin, Joan Bnsch, Virginia Sinclair 
Bottom row: Bebo Lavin. Shirley Wheeler, Beulah Goodwin, Marlene Stern, Babs Hettinger, Carolyn Meyer, Elaine Bernstein, Clare Lueking. Susan 

Stanley 



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Top roiv: Elaine Ruth, Merriam Ernst. Nancy Buck, June Beilke, Mary Rich, Rita Brazier, Vivian Leverenz, Marlene Lrsk Genevieve Gonld. Gerevieve 
Kunce, Barbara Bennett, Mary Lou Terry, Janet Moldenhauer, Beverly Falk. Marian Dorn, June McLuckie, Lucille Muzzarelli. Delores Pinkston, 
Vivian Kretshmer, Joyce Strong;, Virginia Sinclair, Roberta Rosecrans, Shirley Brown, Jaunita Campbell, Jacquelen Lievanny, .Mary brown, Amy 
Dozier 

Fourth row: Mutya Tirol, Beverly Menz. Barbara Victor, Joan Tyler, Doris Strickland, Patricia Davidson, Suzanne Turner, Patsy Hutson. Beverly 
Bryngelson, Marilyn Handrock, Jean Lamb, Dorothy Drakeford. Mickey Gaza, Jacque Wise, Vera Rimnac, Barbara Sandquist, Phyllis Miner, Erna 
Westaway, Marilyn Gaines. Lillian Mackey, Doris Henderson, Jean Huber, Doris Lightfoot. Barbara Lindgren, Sherle Olson 

Third row: Phyllis Anderson, Shirley Shapiro, Yvonne Springer, Barbara Sieger, Carolyn Kolar. Marlyn Kasson, Pat Renken, Shirley Searcy. Jane 
Klitzing, Pat Pavlis. Carmen Cunningham. Phyllis Young. Barbara Tappan, Nance Postlewait, Geri Ryndak, Roni Freedman, Marilyn Gustafson 

Second row: Lillian Powers. Diane Baxter, Virginia Fortney, Barbara Pokomy, Barbara Russell, Joan Tate, Barbara Miller, Carole Zingheim, Jody 
Alderson, Suzanne Leonard. Barbara Rohdy. Joan Moran. Auguste Lehman. Donnajeanne Bishop, Barbara Berger, Nancy Berquist 

Bottom, row : Mary Granberg, Charlotte Crumbaugh, Helen Brazier. Marylou McGowan, Pat Coyle, Eleanor Kay. Jean Grippe, Elizabeth Jenner. Esther 
Ommen, Jo Ann Neburka, Anne Bages, Donna Graf, Doris Lokay 



P. L Majors' Club 



Physical Education Majors' Club is a profes- 
sional organization for women in the Physical 
Education, Health, Recreation and Dance cur- 
ricula. During the school year the club sponsors 
professional meetings with speakers from various 
fields of physical education, and convocations 
are held to promote better relationships be- 
tween the students and faculty of the depart- 



ment. 

Intra-class competition is offered in soccer, 
volleyball, basketball, and softball. The club 
sponsors a program during Mother's Day week- 
end and a reception at Homecoming. "Shorts," 
a newspaper, is published four times a year. 
Mrs. Lorraine Neilson is the club's faculty spon- 
sor. 






Executive Board — Top row: Suzanne Turner, vice-president; 
Marilyn Handrock, junior class representative; Jody Al- 
derson, freshman class representative ; Pat Pavlis, sopho- 
more class representative 

Bottom row: Mary Rich, recreation representative; Beverly 
Bryngelson. treasurer: Genevieve Gould, president: Sherle 
Olson, secretary ; Shirley Brown, senior class representa- 
tive : Sally Dillard, dance representative 



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Dad's Day 



Dolphins' delight 



Coffee ? Darn ! 





Passing the buck 
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A horn on the play 





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It's sketchily done 
Run, sheep, run 





Bedlam 



At Home 



His master's voice 
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Snow ball 
Tinsel tussle 



Christmas 



The littlest, angel 



Henpecked 





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Is there a doctor in the house? 




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Interlude 



Balis 



Retrospect 
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What'.-, sarong with us! 
Walkin' my baby back homo 



Spring Carnival 



How's yours ! 



Short story 





Dice-iarable 

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Sidekicks 



Midway malarky 




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How aboat it ! 



A ghost of a chance 



Spring Carnival 



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Mother's Day 



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Top row: Richard Rayburn, Allan Kleinbeck, James Wishon, Wayne Woody, Richard Cowart, Roe Walker. James Dreher, Robert White, Rolf Cederwall, 

Donald Hanes, Everett Patterson, Wilbur Zanin, David Fiskel, Joseph Thompson 
Third row: John Birkey, Charles Rockwood, Edward Werner. Keith Daniel, Robert Hodum. Don Mueller, John Corliss, William Bailey, Philip Mahin, 

William Pickle, Kenneth Fahnstock, Robert Russell, John Wishart, John Beatty, Bobby Story 
Second row: Melvin Rapp. Charles Covey, Dale Akers. Robert Thwaites, James Davis, John Mainey, Kenneth Davis, Don Wolaver, Robert Willerton, 

Charles Wheeler, Robert Snow, David Dixon. Phillip Merriman, Clinton Spivey 
Bottom row: Leon Heiple, Robert Brawner, David McLaughlin, Lawrence Coffee, Lynn Hall, Robert Westenberg, James Meyer. Gordon Iverson, William 

Stamper, Ralph Hough, Samuel Peak. Edward Schmidt, Paul Manahan 
Not in panel: ('live Follmer. Robert Keen. Andrew Ekblaw. Richard Searcy, Hugh Busey 



Acacia 



501 East Daniel 
42 Active Chapters 



Standing: Charles Wheeler, treasurer; Don Wolaver. junior dean; Rob- 
ert Willerton, secretary 
Seated: Kenneth Davis, president; John Mainey, senior dean 






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Standing: Thore Edgren, chaplain; Donald Horton, ritual officer; Clar] 

Bunn, social chairman 
Seated: Royce Masterson, vice president; Ronald Flores, president; Ke:i 

dall Griffith, secretary 



Alpha Chi Rho 



H 1 1 East Armory 
27 Active Chapters 



Top row: Robert Kamavkowxki, Thomas Taylor, Eugene Borchart. John Sundene, Charles Dunn, Dean Anderson, Charles Ricketts, Richard Luettich, 

Lester Ottinger, Royce Masterson, Donald Grothe. Russell Bolton. Ralph Rattray 
Third ran-: Keith Huber, William Davis, Vincent Tylman, Irving Stansell. Kendall Griffith. George Wilkens, Robert Kennedy. William Burns, Walter 

Gabehart, F'rederick Ottinger, Ronald Ayotte, Donald Davis, Richard Smith, Richard Fletcher 
Second row: James Rovelstead, James Mueller, Gordon White, Robert Brown. Thore Edgren, Ronald Flores. Donald Horton. Robert McCracken. Clark 

Bunn, Clifford Waldbeser, Richard Wolfsberger 
Bottom row: John Dickson. John Blakslee. Arnold Christensen, Charles Quantock. Paul Brown. Leonard Todd, James Moore, Barrel March, Robert 

Weiss, Neil Baker, Gerald Stone 
Not in panel: John Ryan, David Foreman, Charles Daubs. Laurence Higgins. Theodore Kjellstrom. James Dickson. Frank Konrad 



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Top row: Richard Potts. Harold Foster, .lames Kauer. William Smith. Blaine Schoepfle, Dario Cova, Bryce Andersen. Donald Dans. Robert Coffman, 

Robert Wiederkehr. David Locke 
Third row: John Way, Chadwick Murdock, Lester Krone, Robert Ran. Merland Grieb, James Qninn, Norman Kalenda, Snnley Anderson, La Verne McHa- 

ney, Carl Sehaffner. Victor Buhrke, Paul Bierstadt 
Second row: John Dyer. Herbert Kraeiner. William Smith, John Gardner, Melvin Tecotzky, Jeremiah Freeman, Robert Marshall. Roy Thomas Stiehl, 

Sasrer Daryl Larson, Robert Oster, Samuel Gelfand. John Allen 
Bottom ran-: William Cooley, Carl Kammeyer. Daryle Busch, Elliott Ryder. Fredrick Winter, William ilasterton, William Louden, William MePherson, 

Robert Zielinski, Richard Roue, George Inglett 



Alpha Chi Sigma 



606 West Ohio 

47 Active Chapters 



Standing: John Romano, commissary officer; James Labile, rice presi- 
dent; James Kauer, master of ceremonies; Bryce Andersen, corpora- 
tion delegate 

Seated: Niels Nielsen, recording secretary; William Smith, president; 
William Louden, treasurer 









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Alpha Delta Ph 



110 Kast .John 

2X Active Chapters 



Top row: Stanley Kolinski, Charles Whitmore, Roger Little, Eldon Bergstron, John Schneider, David Hill. Edward Veech, Hervey Hicks. Claude Elliot, 

James Freyder 
Tltird row: Rohert Whitmore, Hanspeter Johne, Ronald Boole. Ralph Reno, John Sincere. John Pierich, Samuel Hale. Paul Tourney, Thomas Stifler, John 

Fowlie 
Second row : John Reeder, Charles Wolf, James Crain, Richard Anderson. Rnssell Peterson. Glenn Borregard, Donald Chains, Richard Hoffman, Arthur 

Wyatt, Frank Slepicka 
Bottom row: Wayne Gage, John Mason. Ralph Fisk. William Hannen. Thomas Brody, Donald Chambers, Peter Hanks. James Bakle, Craig Stewart. Joel 

Heineman, Kenneth Eckrote 
Not in panel: Robert Weddell. Aaron Brandt, Frank Wodziak, Edward Mathis, Daniel Frish, Perry Mohlar 



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Top ran : Norton Gold. Harold Ehrlich, Harry Halperin. Arthur Lipton. Howard Cohen. Hugh Olbur. Myron Singer, Norman BaKall. Earl Ohrnstein, 

Mathew Herman, Ronald Levey, Alan Sumberg. Roger Leff. Donald Kantor, Leonard Appel 
Third roir : Myron Goldblatt. Jerome Price, Sheldon Levy, Gerald Rosenberg. Ryron Toben. Arnold Dworkin, Sheldon Good, Serge Zeldman. Robert 

Salkin. Stuart Raffel. Roger Baskes. Carl Solar 
Second row: Leonard Goldstick. Sheldon Berke. Lawrence Silverman. Stuart Schoenbnrg. Gary Jacobs. Sheldon Green, James Kunen, Ronald Glink, 

Sheldon Cloobeck, Robert Fantl, Maynard Rowe 
Bottom row: Gerold Goldbaum, Harold Jaffe. Merton Feldstein. Kenneth Denberg, Gerald Eisenstein, Ira Markns, Robert Craff. Gerald Galler. Ronald 

Becker 
Not in panel: Arthur Shafer, Jerry Oscherwitz, David Smith, Alvin Domash 



Alpha Epsilon Pi 



302 East Gregory 
61 Active Chapters 






Stuart Schoenbnrg, scribe; Gary Jacobs, T master; Sheldon Green, mas- 
ter; Ronald Glink, exchequer; Sheldon Cloobeck, member at large 






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secretary 
Bottom row: Alvin Warren 
Cetz, treasurer 



vice president : Gerald Wagler, reporter; Rich- 
Dale Feasler. secretary; Benton Allen, alumni 



usher: James Ross, president; Kenneth 



Alpha Gamma Rho 



58 East Gregory 
35 Active Chapters 



Top row: Merle Miller, William Mellen, Alan Dnvick. James Mawson, Terry Greathouse, James Ash, William Haird, Martin Stewart, Raundle Ericson, 
Lawrence Tarleton, Leonard Gardner, Jon Ellis. Ronald Fink 

Third row: James Ranson, Francis Walker. Gale Taylor. David Ashbrook, Leonard Olson. Donald Smith, Carl Corzine. John Rentschler, James Bridge- 
land, Charles Lemker, Richard Rieger, Donald Loomis, William Heinhorst. John Clark 

Second row: Clyne Mclntire, William McAllister, William Martin, William Miller, Alvin Warren, Gerald Wagler. Clifford Beatty, James Ross, Dale 
Feaster, Kenneth Getz, Benton Allen. James Blier, William Cunningham. Richard Davis 

First row: Harvey Hartline, Rolland Main, Ruel Becker. Howard Elliot, Raymond Richner. Donald DeBolt, Thomas Hillebrenner, Donald Hnftalin, 
Joseph Bicknell, Richard Fulton, Joseph I'mbach 

Not in panel: Gayle Krantz, William Whitfield, Charles Joley, William Jenner 



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Richard Weeks, Charles Blomquist, Porter Womeldorff, Wesley Knight, Douglas Wolfe 

Third row: James Pritchard, Allan Bohon. Larry Lawler, Larry Kettelkamp, James Needham, Richard Malmgren, John McCullough, James Smith, 
Clarke Woodruff'. Tommy Cllom, Gene Philbrick. John Jurgensmeyer, Cecil Worrels 

Second row : Richard Wasson, Roland Strawn, Ralph Butler, John Messner, Chellis Taylor. Peter Couch, Robert Coft'een, Charles Doak, Richard Mer- 
chant, John Towers 

Bottom rou- : Clarence Windal, James Temple, William Zartman, Donald Lanier, David Hamilton, William Bland, David Bennett. Donald Snider, David 
Alberts, John Hill. David Kearns 

Xn> in panel : Arthur Robert Twardock. Robert St rope. Lloyd Olawe, Ross McNaught, Drue? Baxter, John McLure 



Alpha Kappa Lambda 



401 East Daniel 
12 Active Chapters 



Top row: Chellis Taylor, president; Charles Doak, commisar; Peter 
Couch, oice president 

Bottom row: John Messner. recording secretary; Jerry Rhodes, corre- 
sponding secretarij ; Cecil Worrels, treasurer 



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Charles Duster, kousemanager 
Seated: Edwin Smith, president; Rudolph Moragne, secretary 



Alpha Phi Alpha 



i:;ul West Clark 
207 Active Chapters 





Top Row: Nathan Crookshank, Frank Smith, John Bowles, Wiley Gordon, Daniel James, Emerson Brown, John Young, Donald Hayes. Rudolph Moragn 

Jonathan Reed 
Bottom rote: Harold King. Amos Moore, Charles Duster, John Downs. Harold Washington. Edwin Smith, Charles Wilson, Warren Smith 
Not in panel: Benjamin Henry, Twiley Barker, Lucius Barker. Livey Wilson. Robert Johnson, William Douthit. Lewis Hunley, Boyer Fayeme. Walt 

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Tn/i row: Robert Einsweiler, David Sauer, Stanley Ro\ith, Ernest Gonzales, Norman Zimmerman, Robert Rlakeslee, Robert Potter, Donald Wald. Rai- 
mnnd Shlaustas , 

Third row: Theodore Larson, Leigh Zar.se. Donald Koss. Robert Evans. Thomas Claridge, Albert Francik, William Peter Milbratz, George Magee, Ted 
Garrison 

Second row : Donald Ganschinietz, Ralph Line, James Lendrum, Hugh OTonnell. John Bowman, Gerald Germanson. Nathan ('arras, Charles Cedarholm, 
Prof. Baker, Prof. Hnlt 

Bottom row: Allen Ellingson, Donald Michaelis. Otto Stark, Peter Lendrum, Glen Isaacs, Charles Holsapple, Alden Orput, Trevis Freeman, Gerald Gold- 
man 

Not in panel: Kenneth Kurtz, Vyto Petrauskas, Richard Keys, .lames Keys. Frank Wilkey, Richard Middendorf, Robert Ganschinietz, Aden Lauchner, 
Brian Crumlish, George Riley, Robert Torkelson 



Alpha Rho Ch 



1108 South First 
(i Active Chapters 



Standing: Charles Cedarholm, corresponding secretary; David Sauer. 
fifth member of board; Hugh O'Connell. recording secretary; Ken- 
neth Kurtz, house manager; Nathan Carras, treasurer 

Seated: John Bowman, vice president; Gerald Germanson, president 




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Top row: Duane McCurdy, vice president; by]** Cowan, house manager; 

Harry Armstrong, secretary 
Bottom row: Charles Bolster, treasurer; Roger Brooke, president; Jair.es 

Connor, pledge trainer 



Alpha Sigma Ph 



"J 1 1 Fast A rmnry 
77 Active Chapters 



Top row : James Murray. Richard Gray, Jerry Henderson. Ronald Schnepper, .lames Gaither, .lames Pierce, John Thompson, Harold (iefrel. Francis Hol- 
land. Robert Leigh, Lee Vida. James Sunny. John Clements, Leo Cates, Robert Wildenradt, Eugene Sobota, Fred Collins. Richard Brenner, Lynn 
Arbeen, William Hempstead 

Third rote: John DeMoor. Donald Toll. Frederick Davis. James Flynn. Robert Alexander. George Miller. Pryce Kcagle, Leonard Kudlata. Bernard Eisner. 
Robert Carlson. Donald Colville, Charles Helleny, William Huntington, John Adams. Charles Herrmann. Harlow Blum. William Ridley. John Tor- 
rillo, Robert Sheldon 

Second row: Joseph Bennett, Douglas Met/., Rodney Phillips, Harry Armstrong, Duane McCurdy. Mrs. Harlan. Roger Brooke. Charles Bolster, Lyle 
Cowan. James Conner. Donald Grill, Burt Eltzroth, James Bredar 

Bottom row: Andrew Kosey. Robert Johannes, Harry Bishop, Robert Stevens. Joseph Meyers, William Hatfield, George Perry, Phillip Mink. David Dun- 
niway. William Piper, Robert Ashley. Willis Baker. Richard Jirus. Jack <i\\in 



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Top row : Barry Blough, Hugh Davison, William -lack Chamblin, .lames Nutt. John McLaughlin, Stephen Hill, William McCarty, Richard Miller, Stanley 

Hush. Richard Buescher, Harold LeGrande, Kenneth Nordquist. Andrew Barnett, Joseph Baker, Michael Imlay, Charles Harnett, John McCarthy 
Third ron • : Roy Burt, Richard Ohls, Richard Swanson, Robert Twohey. Marvin Andresen, Ralph Peterson, Albert Peters, Robert Peterson, Robert Hal- 

verson, George Van Schoitk, David Condon. James Earl, Rae Downey. William Kelly. Albert Huber, David White, Kenneth Kellerhals. Robert Phillips 
Second row: Ronald Cites, Jack Young, Robert Lavender, Edward Patacek. Bruce Frazier, Thorpe Wright, John Seiler. James Norman, Joel McN'ulty. 

Richard Heath. James Mitchell, Charles Palmer. Donald Young. Walter Lucas. Robert Smith. Lyle Ellicott. Joseph Herbert Landon 
Bottom row: William Blake. Robert Conlin, Bruce Brothers. Robert Welton. Bruce Carlson. Thomas Schaefer. LeRoy Prederichs, Ronald Carlson. Frank 

Reese. Scott Brinker. Harold Robertson. Paul Hayes. Frank Gibson 



Alpha Tau Omega 



1101 West Pennsylvania 
1 16 Active Chapters 



.lames Mitchell, treasurer; Lyle Ellicott, social chairman; David White, 
pledge muster; Richard Heath, president; Edward Patacek, rushing chair- 
man; .lames Norman, secretary; John Seiler. house manager; Joel Mc- 
Nulty, rirr president 






298 









Standing: Lucien Kapp, recording secretary 

secretary; William WVIIs. treasurer 
Seated: Dale Curtin, president; James Edward 



Roy Small, corresponding 
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Beta Theta Pi 



202 Easl Daniel 
97 Active Chapters 



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row: Fredrick Bercher, Wayne Wengert, Thomas Leonard. James Bray, William Branom, Hale Bartlett, Richard Sharer, Robert Hall. Richard Fo 
ler. Robert Roush. James Dutcher, James Neal. James Dammann, James Pfau, Ronald Faster, Charles Foulke, Roy .Mayes. Robert Hickerson, Hare 
Walden 
rd row: William Henebry, James Edwards, Frank Burr, Lucien Kapp, James Nagle, William Arnold. Dan Filers. Walter Faster. James Stew 
Richard Wolf, Ronald Peterson, William Loving, Richard Branom, George Gfroerer, Donald Cook. William Boon, George Najim, John Cartls 
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1t.}> rvtr : Harold Hill, Arlan Slack. Thomas O'Connell, Duane Pedriana, John Peterson, Donalil Cramer, James Grogan, Ronald Gnnther, Anthony 

Kozak, James Martin. Lawrence Sullivan. Clifford Bueschel, Keith l'.eaman. Richard Forrest 
Third row: Robert Wright, Donald Babicz, Leonard Miller, Paul Armstrong, William Banister, Bruno Bruzgulis, Ross Pohlo, Douglas Montague, David 

Mersbarh, Thomas Loversky, Donald Lurito, James Masters 
Second roir : David Edmunds, James Buchanan, Wright Catlow, Larry Spiller, Jack Elwell, Deane Johnsos, Edward Beach, James Overaker, Jack Fon- 

tana, Laurence Shanpert. Robert Wagner, John firoerman, Henry Williams 
Bottom row: Walter Crowell, Herman Velasco, Gary Anderson. Harold Downs. Richard Schmaling, Jack Miller. Thomas Hull. James Calder. James Rose, 

Harold Frette, Jack Betzig 
Not in panel: John Korngiebel, Donald Vreuls 



Chi Ph 



303 East Chalmers 
34 Active Chapters 



Standing: James Overaker. vice president; Larry Spiller. historian; 

Dean Johnsos, secretary 
Seated: Jack Elwell, treasurer: Edward Beach, president; Jack Fon- 

tana, pledgemaster 









300 






Standing : Arthur Stoddard, vice president; Thomas Humphris, in- 
dent; Richard Berkshire, rushing chairman 
Seated: William Getzen, treasurer; William Richards, secretary 



Chi Psi 



912 South Second 
26 Active Chanters 



Top row: John Murphy, Peter Wragg, John Brown, John Kitch, Leslie Bryan, Dillon Ross, Karl Anderson, Rohert Williams, Jack Olson, Robert Quade, 

Alan England, Ronald Beck, Roger Gomien, James Rankin, Ralph Fessenden 
Third row: James Christensen, Walter Barnes, Nicholas Guardalabene, William Richards, Donald Maylath, Gerald Myers, William Getzen, Fred Edick, 

Edward Brockmeier, Arthur Sestak, Paul Przypyszny, Robert Kelly, James Rudd, Richard Malmquist, James Peterson 
Second row: Kenneth Kolence, William Coverdale, Frank Farwell, Edward Hopkins, Dwight Benton, Mr. Hay, Thomas Humphris, Donald Ward, Arthur 

Stoddard, Richard Berkshire. Marvin Gesell, (ieorge Keim, John Doring 
Bottom row: Stanley Rolfe, Donald Kennedy, Donald Eckert, Salvatore Grisaffe, Lawrence Williams, David Lawrence, Eldon Mackey, Dean Kolves, 

Frederick Kreppert, Alan Cole 
Not in panel: Lawrence Claypool, Robert Earl Grossmann, James Isenogle, Ronald Jerit, Donald Reis, James Whitaker 



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Top row: Felix Quiros, Antonio Vergara, Cirilo McSween, Carlos 1'iad. Naji Elseaidx, Karl-Georg Busley, Alan Barry 
Second row: Hiromichj Mutoh, Taketora Yamagata, Mohkam Sandhu, Tom Tucker. Conrad Ross. Donald Ferguson, Asif Zahir 
Bottom row: Donald Novak, Bruce Palmer, Sabah Kachachi, Jorge Quiros, Kio Yamamoto, Hyman Goldman, Joseph Brubeck 
Xot in panel: Khalid Mahmoud 



Cosmopolitan 



605 Easl Daniel 
26 A. i ive < lhapters 



Sabah Kachachi, vice president; Jorge Quiros, president; Kio Yamamot< 
secretary; Hyman Goldman, treasurer 









Standing: John Men/., treasurer; Robert Scholz, sergeant-at-arrns ; Rich- 
az'd Nash, corresponding secretary ; Charles Morris, recording secretary 
Seated: William Stimart, president; George Gandrau, vice president 



Delta Chi 



1 111 South First 
41 Active Chapters 



Top row : Charles Morris, Lon Harlow. Carl Krai'.ip. Richard Browning, Richard Nash, William Zanetakos, Wayne Bloomquist, Charles Page, Robert 

Roper, Melton Hatch 
Fourth row: Robert Goodman, James Spierling, George Gandrau, Frank Bare. Charles Hoover, Nick Thompolous, Robert Krarap, Robert .Scholz, Charles 

Metzel, John Menz, James Crossley, Richard Stone 
Third row: Richard Winarski, Robert Nelson, Robert Gallagher, Gilbert Brinkmeyer, Robert Sullivan. Stephen Birkeland, Terry Davis, John Schmacker, 

William Stimart, Herbert Kalbitzer 
Second row: Richard Lundgren, John R-reyer, Robert Foster, John Swanson, Gilbert Hensey, Richard Liebold, Louis Keller, Bryce Sides, Daniel Hixson 
Bottom row: Robert McNally,, Robert Kastelic. Charles Kersc-h. Joe Scott, James Lyons. George DeLong, Douglas Pierce. Ronald Clayton 
Xot in panel: Gary Coffev, Phillip Flick. Alferd Herzog, Richard Konigsfeld, James Lemke, Frank Melka, John Moskiewicz, Earl Sachtleben, Charles 

Wolfe 



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Id/i r<>i>- : William Ryan. -lames Wood, Richard Brush, .Tames 1'eiin. William Perre, Carl Brueckner, Harold Folkerth, .lames Cavin. Richard Mast 

Third row: James Brewster. Robert lnimel. Gene Quermann, Richard lilake. Lynn Ackerman, Paul Robinson, Donald Hooker, David Bartruff, Louis 

Mohr. Philip Nienstedt 
Second row: Donald Carlson, Peter Ayres, Grover Foote, Joel Roach, Mrs. Orton, George Blakely, William Logan. Daniel Robert, Donald Mulligan 
Bottom row: Bernard O'Leary, David Potter. Edward Smith. Thomas Lackovic, James Fen is, David Jewell, Joseph Tomei 
Xot in panel: David Bailey, Danner Shoemaker, (leorge Klauke 



Delta Kappa Epsilon 



902 South Second 
•51 Active Chapters 



'/'"// row: George Blakely, vice president; James Brewster, rushing 
chairman; Donald Carlson, corresponding secretary 

Bottom row: James Penn, treasurer; Joel Roach, president; Grover 
Foote, social chairman 









304 






Standing: Lloyd Fray, treasurer; Howard Workowski, vice president 
Seated: Franklin Andrews, Virgel Herren, Charles Loughlin, president 



Delta Ph 



1008 South Fourth 
16 Active Chapters 



Top row: Thomas Glatter, David Minne, John Furlau, Millard Darnall. Rohert Peterson. Donald Garland, Burdette Ringquist, Rodney Wallace, Joseph 

Maher, Peter Traver, Walter Hanken 
Third row: John Kerr. Earl Swett, Rollin Tye, David Knollhon'. Harry Hodde. Thomas Haining, Steven Rusynyk. William Jackson. Dennis Serdahl, 

Christ Sarro, James Wilson 
Second row: John Egbert, John Anderson. Charles Velzy, Charles Loughlin, Lloyd Fray. James Michael. John Burgard, Robert Garland, Richard Riley 
Bottom row: Clarence Lundberg, Hugh Hunter. Ronald Dindorf, Joseph Klyczek. John Felts. John Bryden. Donald Foval. Kldon Dameron 
Tfot in panel: Howard Workoxvski. V T irgel Herren. Franklin Andrews, James Clarkson, Lloyd Iversen 



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Top row: Arthur Drallmeier, James Campbell, Roderick MacLeod, Nils Bjerg, David Templeton, Ralph McCormick, Robert Watson, Kenneth Gablin, 

Robert Anderson, Jerome Baranski, Glenn Horton 
Third row: Fred Tourtellotte. William Beuttler. Prank Clark. Ronald Howard, Robert Drew. John Line. Robert Gainer, Ronald Bronson, Alfred Barr, 

George Aligns, Jerome Nagawiecki 
Second row: Robert Caldwell, William Hug, Abraham Zaidan, Howard Sanders, Richard Moody, William Savage, Raymond Avischious, Kenneth Johann- 

sen, Craig Christensen, Robert Blanchard 
Bottom row: Roy Seright. Harold Sherman. Dino Pezzato. James Babb, Ronald Peterson. Helmer Nelson. Raymond Moehle, Marvin Angus, John Hedgcock 
Xot in panel : Robert Vance. Richard Vance. Frank Tiley, Carl Ahrens. James Campbell, Jerry Clauser, Duane Gullett. Kenneth Miller. Thomas Nichols, 

John Stassi, Norman Taylor. Jerry Nemec 



Delta Sigma Ph 



106 East Daniel 
70 Active Chapters 



Howard Sanders, treasurer ; Raymond Avischious. secretary; Richard 
Moody, president; William Savage, disciplinary chairman 












306 




Standing: Richard Dale Yung, 
man, Robert Rapsilber, sec 
chairman 

Seated: Van White, treasurer) 
Yetter, vice president 



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Delta Sigma Pi 



402 Easl Daniel 
82 Act ive < 'hai iters 



'Toil idii': John Schoen, Wilfried Roentgen, Donovan Pearce, William Pingel, Jack Simpson, Frank l'lhnl. John Brown, Roy Jovien, Peter Wheeler 
Third row: Carl Elshoff, John Bonds, Robert Hutchings, Thomas Dore, William Cullen, Maynard Siiebur, Maurice rones. Emerson Cammack 
Second row: Richard Dale Yung, Norman Emmerich, Duane Yetter. Arthur Ryan Back. Max Offerman, Robert Rapsilber, Robert Waller. Van White 
Bottom row: Herbert ['{/.. Eugene Lersch, Ross Rolander, Donald Shanks. Louis Carlotti, Henry SeliL r 
Not in panel : Thaddeus Kucia, Robert Jorgenson, James Angell 



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Tate, Robert Lenzini, Donald Casper, Barton Regelbrugge 

Third row: Gerald Veach, Jon Culbertson, Harold Tenney. Charles Berlin, Donald Archer, John Gwin, John McCune, John Hayes, John Shonkwiler, 
Peter Koch, Henry Brennan, (ierald Carter, Harry Sinclair 

Second row: James Hanley. Richard Anderson. Clyde Robbins, Louis Keesey, Robert Hamilton, John Williams, Thomas Konrad, Donald Corson, Jon 
Kreker, Harold Hanes. John Mongerson 

Bottom row: Hugh Morrison. Peter Landa. James Lowenstein, Knrt Hahlbeck, Charles Pietsch, Verne Bowman, Tiffany Carroll, Donald Simroth, Fred- 
erick Kobison. John Porter, Donald Kull. Richard Merhar 

Not in panel: Donald Hallahan. Charles Rogers. William Hoelscher, John Riley, William Butler 



Delta Tau Delta 



302 East John 

S4 Active Chapters 






John Williams, president; Richard Anderson, treasurer; Thomas Konrad, 
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president ; Max Ponder, pledge muster: Gerald Woodcock, social chairman 



Delta Upsilon 



31 2 East Armory 
70 Active Chapters 



Top row: Raymond Westman, George Richard Hoyden, Gerald Woodcock, Charles Kenneth Artinger, Vaughn Rudnick, Paul Cook. Robert Tomasson, 

Emroy Knaus, Donn Ueardorf 
Third row: Lawrence Potter, Richard Harris, Dan Dees, Herman Wiilms, Richard Donohoe, James Bergstrom, Robert Buchanan, Donald Hamann, 

Eugene Stunard, Larry Smith, William Day 
Serond rote: Don Herrington, Allen Andrews, Tenney Hover, Sherwood Benton Kains, Russell Miles Johnson, Edwin Houser, James Martin. George 

Wilson. David Dietemann, Donald Dietemann, Max Ponder 
Bottom row : Gary Jones, Richard Walthers, William Crawford. Garrett Covington. Ronald Amnions. Robert Lee. Paul McKee. Roy Diesner, Jack Sopkin, 

Albert Roland 
Not in panel : Marshall Blankenship. Herbert Borman, Robert Butler, Rov Thomas Fenstermaker. Dwight Pence, Robert Prusak, Artur Eggers, Roger 

Wolf, William Collins 



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'J'iiji row: Gordon Roiip, Waller Walts. Bertil Mattson, Maiden Neshiem, Howard Neale Wallace, Joseph Stetson, Merritt Sprague, Robert Knudson, Terry 

Wilken, Gerald Bachrnan, Franklyn Willey, LeRoy Sander 
Third row: Wallace Reynolds, Fred Cooper. Carroll Bennett Roodhouse, Dale Bury, Harold Walter, Irvin Ronald Lawfer, Jerry Crist. Max Fulling, Ivan 

Donald Lawfer, Lowell Warner, Vance \ an Tassell, Stephen McQuilkin 
Si, ■mill run-: Ralph Zeigler, Norman Madison. Glenn Holmes. Robert Keefer, Glenn Hintermeister, Peter Peterson. John Wier, Robert Curtiss, John 

Scheidenhelm, Roberl Randall, John Marshall 
Bottom mi- : .lames Day, Paul Curtiss. John Herschelman, John Carson, Raymond Duewer, William Britz, Richard Stone. William Stinnett. Frederick 

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809 West Pennsylvania 
12 Active < lhapters 






Robert Keefer. treasurer; Peter Peterson, president; Glenn Hintermeister, 
vice president; John Wier. secretary 












Standing: Earl Doty, keeper of exchequer; Donald Smith, keeper of rec- 
ords ; Delon Hampton, vice polemarch 
Seated: Thomas Floyd, strategus; Conway Graves, polemarch 



Kappa Alpha Psi 



707 South Third 
94 Active Chapters 



Top row: Samuel Ferguson, Cornelius Gillie, Leroy Howell, Chester Minnes, Lawrence Voting, James Montgomery, Richard Tyler, Rodney Morris. Donald 

Burnough, Henry Curtis 
Second row: Floyd Meehum, Walter Washington, Grover Smith, Earl Doty. Delon Hampton. Conway Graves. Donald Smith. Thomas Floyd, William 

Brown, John Cameron 
Bottom row: Walter Jackson. Leotis Frazier, Leonard Neely, Curtis Robinson, James Ferguson, Ellis Reid, Lorenzo Martin. Reginald Petty, Robert Green 
Not in panel: Leo Watson. Leo Williams. Frank Campbell. Donald Crusor, Benjamin Hooks 



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Top row: Frank Charles Reilly. Raymond Neisewander, Ernesto Jimenez. Robert Elliot. Jasper Rebecca, Roger Freese, Richard Widen. Richard Sargent. 

Neal Parmenter. Nick Barelli. Joseph Las Casas 
Third row: Don Gugliuzza, Donald Lathrop, Rolland Bethards, James Kaatz. Richard Shepard, William Holden, Harold Rietveld, Norman Konba. Wayne 

Conery, Thomas Zipay, Joseph Greeley 
Second row: Lew Markow, James Fleischer, Robert Lemersal, Richard Paul. Kenneth Jacobs. James Mitchell. Henry Tomlinson, John Powell, Vince Las 

Casas, Richard Yero 
Bottom row: Frederick Spangenburg, Paul Duffey, Robert Alford. Leroy Templeton, Robert Jacobson, Charles Foster, Roger Anderson. Stephen Cole, Gale 

Shillington 
Not in panel: Earl Jacobson, Charles King. Paul Jones. Eric Stattin, Walter Norton, John Velco 



Kappa Delta Rho 



1110 South Second 
24 Active Chapters 






Standing : Henry Tomlinson, limine manager; Richard Paul, vi 
dent; James Mitchell, pledge master; Robert Lemersal, com 
Seated: Kenneth Jacobs, president; Karl Jacobson, treasurer 








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Bottom row: Elmer Charles Hendrick 

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Kappa Sigma 



212 East Daniel 
124 Active Chapters 



Top row: Charles Larson, Patrick Fleming, John Kerry, Gordon Vaughn, Stuart Dobbs, Benjamin Harnish, Gordon Bengston, Stephen Simon, William 

Wiese, Robert Rasmussen. Richard Dorschler, Norman Plagg, Robert Cherry, Richard Lane 
Third row: Robert Cavanaugh, Harry Carpenter, Alan Curry, Eugene Sanders, William Chamberlain, David Bone, William Casler, Peter Palmer, Robert 

Armstrong, William Starnes, Edward Bacher, Walter Denby, Roy Ganote. Arlen Large, Donald Dodds, Peter Van Schaack, Edward Tucker 
Second row: Richard Reuss, William Clinard, Richard Scheer, Alan Lawrence. Donald Powell, Donald Brady, Elmer Charles Hendricks. William Hamel, 

William Coney. Richard Gustafson, Robert Meyer, Frank Shappert. Richard Berry, Donald Baldus, Elry Falkenstein 
Bottom row: Thomas Bone, James Hill, Carl Eichstaedt, Robert Naef. Arthur Williams, Davis Roeske, David Bodell. Francis Pfeffer, Alan Kaiser, Robert 

Bar ik. Robert Faulkner. Robert Pinkerton. Jerry Rinck 
Not hi panel: Richard Larson, Ernest Smith, James Miller, Robert Schroeder 






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Top roic: Robert Kileen. Richard Grant, Dean Wooldridge, William Smith. James Lott, John Krupka, Charles Gauen, Donald Plote. Ralph Vinson, Louis 

Gauen, Donald Gordon 
Third row: Ricardo Artero, Richard Witzig, David Hill, Dale Kaiser, Jimmy Pierce, John .Strathman, Dominic De Cristofaro, James Chalfant, Russell 

DeLong, William Albert 
Second row: John Thomas, James Hannagan. Donald Jeppsen, John Clayton. Robert Rasmussen. John Lynch, Don Mender. Thomas Madden, James 

Pieschel, Richard Reynolds. George Deihs. Robert Lumsden 
Bottom row: Richard Marshall, Kenneth Traum, Jack Holt, Wayne Moehling, Bruce Barnett, Ronald Dusenbury, Fred Schmude, Roy Bender, Robert 

Wilson 
Not in panel: La Verne Cassens, Joseph Lambright, John Lambright, Donald Bryan. Glenn Ekman, Emil Klingenfus, James Schuldt, Arthur O'Reilly, 

Earl Laing. John McCarthy, William Steinhagen, Robert Dickey. Robert Olander 



Lambda Chi Alpha 



200 East Armory 
141 Active Chapters 







Robert Rasmussen. treasurer; Don Mender, president; Robert Kileen. 
rushing chairman; John Lynch, secretary; Thomas Madde-\, vice 
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Top row: William Muirhead, treasurer; Thomas Harrington, secretary; 

Wilber James Bunting, reporter 
Bottom rod-: Carl Magnusson, pledgemaster ; Milton Broun, president: 

James Watson, warden 



Phi Delta Theta 



309 East Chalmers 
1 17 Active Chapters 



Top row: Charles Riddiford, John Armstrong, John Westerlnnd, Curtiss Gabbard, Robert Bubb, Jordan Clianey, William Wilson, Charles Nogle, Charles 

Shepard, James Rees. Alan Goettig, William Swope, George Milnm, Robert Mooney, Theodore C off man, Earle James Walters. Lonald Honk 
Third row: Robert Sewell, Donald Peterson, Jerry Felmley, Thomas Lambert, Baird Stewart, Ron Heili^enstein, James Watson, Robert Kabel. Douglas 

Koehler, Bruce Adams, Donald Gene Ator, James McNabney, Daniel McClaskey, Richard Parkhill, Norman Racine, Frank Keck, Charles Smith 
Second row: Raymond Hugh Pnrnell, Bertram Wagner, Robert Sonderskov, Roger Teazel, Herman Hokamp, Edward Hynds. Can Magnusson, Milton 

Brown, Wilber James Bunting. Thomas Harrington, William Muirhead, Albert Lenz, Thomas Scott, Ronald Gunn, Erwin Seegers 
Bottom row: John Roger Powell, John Heniff, Albert Grethey, Richard Selleg, Randolph Lundeen. Gerald Light. Robert Helfrich. Frank Nichols, George 

Michael Farley, James Bronson, John Hudson, Doyle Glass, Lyle Dahlenburg, Max Penwell 
Not in panel: Clifford Smith, Edward Makovsky, Richard Wyatt. Henry Price, Charles Boerio. Robert Reitsch, Lyle Lipe, Robert Johnson, Richard 

\\ ham. Paul David Bauer. Clarence Losch. John Sharp. Donald Tate 



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Top row: Aaron Miller. Gerald Genet. Fred Rubin. Bruce Mer. Richard Simon. Wayne Peters. Fred Cohan. Michael Greenfield. Ronald Bushman. David 

Bliss, Marvin Lieberman. Ralph Stavins, Bertram Garskof. Gordon Rubin. Martin Kelinson. Marvin Rosenberg, Michael Kohn. Harold Solomon, 

Bernard Horwich, Samuel Sax 
Third row: Ronald Adelson. Ronald Kahn. Henry Brauer. James Birnbaum, William Lipkin. Marshall Lipkin. Howard Gerstein. Leslie Schultz. Morton 

Melnik, Melvyn Green, Donald Boruszak, Lloyd Falk. Gerold Pollack. Donald Wiczer, Larry Smith, Harold Goodman. Leonard Greenberg, Howard 

Spicker 
Second row: Harold Roy Gordon, Marvin Berman. Ira Weinberg. Edward Somberg. Fred Bondy. Stuart Berg, Lowell Axelrad. Donald Grass, Morton 

Richter, Charles Pressman. James Boruszak, Benjamin Borkon. James Schneider 
Bottom row: Alvin Samuels, Robert Nachenberg, Robert Levy, Jerry Dashe. Alan Carter. Theodore Cohen. Edward Harris. David Zolot. Richard Friedkin. 

Richard Wezelman. Michael Spigelman, Bernard Burnstine, Robert Rashkow. Larry Spielberger 






Phi Epsilon Pi 



907 South Third 
37 Active Chapters 



Top row: Fred Cohan, house manager; Stuart Berg, vice superior; Low- 
ell Axelrad, superior; Ronald Kahn, commisar 

Bottom row: Fred Rubin, treasurer ; Larry Smith, corresponding secre- 
tary; Michael Greenfield, recording secretary 






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Top row: Gordon Leach, recording secretary; Richard McCarthy, presi- 
dent; Robert Hayes, treasurer 

Bottom row: Gene Wallace, corresponding secretary; Thomas Brown, 
historian 



Phi Gamma Delta 



401 East John 

SI Active Chapters 



Top row: Robert Brodt, Richard Miller, Albert Arnold. Richard Lacy. Robert DeMeritt, Don Brown, William Bayley, Jeff Austin, William Bingham. 
James Kahlert, William Barker. Edward Bruce, Harry Childress 

Third row: Thomas Miner. Robert Hershberger, Robert bailey. Jay Larson. James Pnrcell. John Massey. Donald Fullerton. John Thompson, John Kiest. 
Richard Tindall, Harold Burr, Daniel O'Connell. Lee Cnrtiss 

Second row: Robert McKnelly, Richard Pawlak. Edgar Chapel, Donald Boyd, Gordon Leach, Richard McCarthy. Thomas Brown, Gene Wallace, Robert 
Hayes, Gene Steffy, Fred Lehman, Roderick Ellis 

Bottom row: Kenneth Pawlak. Frank Strachota. Richard Little, Thomas Brandon, Robert Radnik. Jerome Groniger. William Bnddig, Paul Becker, Wil- 
bur Crnmmer, Robert Jenkins. Alan Weaver, Terry Renfer, Daniel Lirot 

Not in panel: George Maier. Donald Weaver, Warren Nickerson, Richard Carrigan, Norton Compton, Donald Himes. Peter Tomaras, Thomas Felke, 
Dennis Summers, James Corrigan, Donald Nagel, James Jackson 



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Top roiv : Robert Wlielan. Charles Perry, Claries Wolfenberger. George Haley, Edward Schulte, George Wood. John Donahue, Ronald Heuring 
Third row: Louis Zeleznikar, Arthur O'l-eary, Frank Torres, Arthur D'Ambrosio, Loviis Lichter, Timothy Mahoney, John Crossen, Thomas Riordan 
Second ran:: William Green, Thomas Liptak, Donald Perille, Kenneth Klingele, Frank Zimmerman, John Healy. James Janicki, Laurence Smith 
Bottom rou-: John Conway, Donald Semon, Terrenee Fitzgerald, Thomas Houlihan, John Eure, John Egan 
Not in panel: Donald Anderson, Fred Baxter. James Fitzgerald, Richard Leiser, Thomas Roe 



Phi Kappa 



310 East Chalmers 
:!'_' Active Chapters 



John Healv. social chairman; Thomas Liptak, treasurer; Kenneth Klin- 
gele, president; Frank Zimmerman, vice president; Donald 1'erille. sec- 
retary 






318 









Top row: Loren Krause, sergeant-at-arms ; Richard Chester, pledge 
trainer 

Second row: Warren Woltman, corresponding secretary; Paul Addy, 
historian; Roy Strom, messenger 

Bottom roti-: Franklin Sekera. vice president; Edward Collins, presi- 
dent; Carl Latm, treasurer 



Phi Kappa Psi 



911 South Fourth 
")7 Active Chapters 



Top row: Nick Lanier, John Green, Darrel Harter. James Gilliam. Malcomb Bushnell. Thomas Obermier, Frank Lakey, Jack Langille, William Stocking:, 

David Bruce, James Acheson, Harry Summers, Boyce Williams, Richard Eisner. Roy Westergard, Dennis Pritchard, William Prescott 
Third row: John Stahl, Carl Warren, Thomas Mayes. Todd Griffith. Marshall Brisbois, Marvin Ehlers, Roger ('lark. James Fischer, Donald LaMorticella, 

Alan Johnson. Donald Tate, Richard Chester. Walter Vernasco. Clark O'Halloran 
Second row : Wayne Woltman. Roy Strom. John Kerr, William Ha«en. Robert Halliday, Warren Woltman. Franklin Sekera, Edward Collins, Carl Lane. 

Loren Krause. William Ebhinghaus, Paul Addy. Charles Koehn. William Pritchard. Daniel Peterson 
Bottom row: Ronald Grnyheck. Edwin Sloan. Paul Degner, James Hawes. Stephen Trelease, Daniel Simpson, Joseph Stephens, Robert Mast. Donald 

Page. Daniel Miollis. Donald Anient. James Walton 



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Top row: Jerry Maisenbacher, Donald Brawner, Norman Zeter, Donald Foley. Richard Stream, William Gray, William Coleman. Jan Smid. Richard 

Reichle, Ralph Grauer, William Gibbs, Frederick Slocombe, Jackson Rosskaiiim. Thomas Alexander. Joseph Devall 
Third rou:: Robert Schultz, William Hester, Thomas Baker, George Horsley, Edward Ogen, Donald Kudzma, James Wilgus, Wilfred DeCook, Thomas 

Sleeman, David Wisdom, George David Akerberg, Ralph Perers, Fred Tait. Richard Shelby, Kenneth Rutherford, Frank Gadient 
Second row: John Bender. Edward Jenison, Thomas Slater. James Stelzner, James Reeder. Howard Roecker, William Frisbie, Earl Henderson, Herbert 

Koelling. William Philleo, William Blaine, Gerald Philleo, Keith Lacy, Gerald Lahey, Walter Jones 
Bottom row: Herbert Thompson, William Breitweiser, Elliot Moore, Charles Foley, Donald Collier, Robert Pasnau, Larry Martin, Raymond Page, Edward 

Johnson, David Wimmer, Walter Newlin, Leroy Dawson, Lester Schnake, George Ellis, Ronald Brown 
Not in panel: William Beeson, Eberhard Visher, Joseph White, Arthur Jones, Robert Davison 



Phi Kappa Sigma 



313 East Chalmers 
44 Active Chapters 



Karl Henderson, president; Ralph Perers, pledge trainer: William Phil- 
leo, viee president; Frederick Slocombe. house manager 






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John Edmunds, secretary; Richard Edwards, president; Robert N 
riee //resident ; William Ascher, treasurer 



Phi Kappa Tau 



310 East Gregory Drive 
7(1 Active ( 'hapters 



Top row: Jerry Summers. Thomas Chilcott, Gerald Massey, Lyle Sykora, Webster Smith, Armand Andre, Charles Michels, Charles Williamson, Earl Cate, 

Glenn Meyer, Laneive Rueter, Eugene Kosman 
Third row: Lawrence Crawford, Charles Gautschy, William Guegel, Gordon Lovestrand, Leslie Bishop, Richard Hodges, Joe Dean Meller, Roger Bishop, 

Douglas Parr, Byron Shinn, Charles Ellis 
Second row: Wendell Doolittle. John Thompson. James Voorhees, Dale Hilton, John Edmunds. Robert Nejdl. Richard Edwards, William Ascher, Harold 

Eugene Larson, Warren Weed, Pierre Pel it 
Bottom row: Charles Kurrus. James Brubaker. James Trail. Wayne .Neumann, Allen Bradley. Richard Swanson, Charles Newborn. Richard Ellenberger, 

Leonard Walberg 
Not in panel : Richard Falck, James Kirtland. Frank Laraia 



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Top rate: Floyd Nadler, Eugene Trager. Gerald Stearn, Burton Steam, Lawrence Schwartzberg, Marvin Friinan. Milton Weiner, Michael Gould, Earl 

Linen, Morton Miller, Irwin Alter, Herbert Weintraub. Gerald Schor, Hugh Klein 
Third row: Edward Abrams, Sidney Kaz. Melvin Jacobs, Lawrence Slutsky, Michael Kramer, Marvin Lipschultz, Bernard Winsberg, Marvin Perrye, 

Leon Friedman, Melvin Sered, Burton Witt, Morris Witney, Meyer Pollack 
Second row: Bernard Alpert, Sherwin Nelson, Edward Friedman, Donald Lasser, Darryl Lem, Richard Heiman, Edwin Levitan, Lawrence Ripes, Jerome 

Shaffer, Samuel Chiprin, Edward Frank 
Bottom row: Mitchell Friedman, Jerome Brody, Frank Shnlman, Jerome Zeldes, Mitchell Bender, Jack Nitzkin, Seymour Fishman. Donald Rubin, Jerry 

Siegal, Allen Toppel 
A 7 ot in panel : Arthur Nordenberg, Allen Engerman, Elias Levin 



Phi Sigma Delta 



706 West Ohio 

27 Active Chapters 



Top row: Darryl Lem, treasurer: Richard Heiman, president; Edwin 
Levitan, vice president; Donald Lasser, pledge father 

Bottom row: Edward Frank, executive council; Sherwin Nelson, execu- 
tive council; Lawrence Ripes, recording secretary; Jerome Shaffer, 
corresponding secretary 












322 






Top row: Ruhard Dashner, sentinel; Jerry Wright, inductor; Lano 

Frank, treasurer ; lee Conrad Herwig, vice president 
Bottom row: 'imes Berkovec, president 



Phi Sigma Kappa 



1004 South Second 
66 Active Chapters 



Top row: Frank Madonia, John Jones, Robert Squires, George Gellert, Philip Judson, Paul Judson, Harold Jensen, Robert Thurnblad, George Binder, 

Hugh McMaster, Bertram Clarbour, Robert Bein, Bobby Henson 
Third row : John Nordin, James Kunz, Jimmie Polley, Gail Thwing, Donald Farnsworth, Steven Webb, Robert Thorpe, Dennis Brady, Richard Zimmers, 

Marvin Graves, Lenos Garah Muret 
Second row: John Elliott. Richard Cole, John Alpers, Donald Janssen, Joseph Leveque, James Berkovec, Lee Conrad Herwig, John Kratzer, Richard 

Dashner, Charles Gardner, Charles Johnson, Charles Huck 
Bottom row : Roland Artigues, David Ray, John Marquis, Harold Mooberry, Don Zugschwerdt, Daniel Pepper, John Murray, Richard Lee. Carl Bornholt 
Not in panel : Lano Frank, Jerry Wright, Edward Hopkinson, Kenneth Swienton 



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Tup row: Norman Kidd, Roger Woizeski, Ronald Esper. John Herbolsheimer, John Rinedollar. John Turner, James Hendrickson, Richard Tolley, Robert 

Trumbull, Richard Curry, Albert Schemer, Robert Miller 
Third row. Richard Huft'er, Daniel Spink, George Phillips, Charles Walter, Roger Carlson. John MacLeary, James Shook, Henry Uschan, William Burnett, 

Carl Rauchenberger, Lawrence Chapman. Robert Webb, William Sieveking 
Second row: August Thomas Storr, Robert Frazier, Raymond Rothfelder, Kenneth Nellis, Richard Sehump, Fred Werno, Charles Bowsher, Eugene 

Silveri, Robert Wold, Rex Whitehurst. Stephen Ross. Erhardt Deuschle, William Ruseh, Jack Bowsher 
Bottom row: Richard Rusch, Harvey Hermann, Raymond Andrews, Gerald Medlar. Robert Sagadine, Raymond Saavedra, Wayne Weber, Jack Munns, 

Edward McCrary. Charles Elliott, Michael Ostrowski. John Hubbard, Samuel Williamson 
Not in /Kind: Gary Gier, Albert Jern, Allen Vejar 



Pi Kappa Alpha 



102 East Chalmers 
105 Active Chapters 



Standing: Richard Tolley, historian ; Eugene Silveri, treasurer, house 

manager 
Seated: Fred Werno, vice president; Charles Bowsher, president 






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Standing: John Lignell, secretary; Luke Oberwise, archon; Ralph San- 
ders, chap ain 

Seatfi ■ Albert Dietrich, treasurer; James Johnson, historian; Roger 
Blake, warden 



Pi Kappa Ph 



801 West Illinois 
46 Active Chapters 



Top row: Larry Miller. Roger King. Clark Edwin Morris, Melvin Wagner. David Gran. August Massa, Carl Blase. Gerald Walters. Robert Newlin, 

Donald Cash, Dohn Mehlenbacher 
Second row: Roger Derby, Prof. Putnam, Thomas Krizan, Roger Blake. Albert Dietrich. Luke Oberwise John Lignell, James Johnson, Ralph Sanders. 

Prof. Norton. Prof. Henry, Donald Rogers 
Bottom row: Robert Zalatoris, Donald Lynn. David Donnan, Fred Hazlett, Eugene Tomlin, Morton Clotfelter, Donald Rice, Jerry Miller. Donald Freund 
Not in panel: Emory Wayne Cowan, Frederick Dammann, Lowell Eldrencamp. David Falls, David Frisbie, David Kallal, William Null, Jerome Rzepecki, 

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Top rote: William Sider, Jerry Farber, Sidney Desser, Howard Levin, Spencer Strellis. Merwin Auslander, Larry Finkle. Morton Miller, Henry Wiese- 

neck, Larry Cohen, Burton Stark, Sherwin Bairn, Donald Zaretsky, Melvin Rudich, Mike Stillerman 
Third row: Leslie Hcfter. Burton Palmer, Lrrry London, Herbert August. Lewis Golan, Ronald Meyer. Ralph Rosen garden, Harold Wagman, Joseph 

Kritzman, Allen Brown, Marks Gordon, Maurice Levy 
Second row: Arwin Zoller, Donald Jaffe, Howard Balson, Myron Weiner, Herbert Jacobowitz, Arnold Tatar, Robert Fisher, Sheldon Simborg, Myron 

Levy, Jerome Taylor, Donald Kingman, Warren Wexler 
Bottom row: Arnold Goldstein, Corwin Gross. Howard Malkin. Leonard Jaffe, Sheldon Kronenberg, Martin Silverman. James Blattner. Ira Lurvey, Jack 

Neymark, Gerald Silverstein, Jerry Fishman, Burton Berman 
Not in panel : Leslie Kipnis. Howard Liebman. Allen Cohen 



Pi Lambda Ph 



52 East Armory 
33 Active Chapters 



Herbert Jacobowitz, arehon; Myron Weiner. marshal; Robert Fisher, rex, 
Arnold Tatar, scribe; Sheldon Simborg, keeper of the exchequer 






326 






Peter Jensen, treasurer; Hugh Dolby, second vice president; John Roo- 
ney, president; Richard Lance, first vice president; Thomas Sv.anson. 
house manager 



Psi Upsilon 



313 East Armory 
31 Active Chapters 



Top row: John Schrage, Thomas MeCall, Arthur Andrew. Bernard Quandt. John Bandy, Richard Fields. Robert Maxey, George Lamprecht, William 

Manning, William Luthi, Neil Sterling, Douglas Brown 
Third row: Arthur Molin, Russell Scheibel. Norman Finley, Arthur Koester, Frederic Heim, Russell Pollitt, Roy Mallstrom, Robert Fairbanks, Steven 

Speltz, John Hester, Thomas Swanson 
Second row: Peter Jensen, Richard Carlson, Hugh Dolbv, Richard Lance, John Roonev, Richard Underwood, David Johnson, Joseph Kenston, William 

Cofel 
Bottom row: Charles Jesse Davis, Kenneth Fairbanks, James Fairhead, Richard Michalak, Richard Rowe. Richard Jones. Henry Piekarski, Richard 

Gruble, Tucker Nason 
Not in panel : George Fearheiley, Norman Altenholf, Edward Luczak 



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Top row: William Moore, William Howard, Vincent Feigenbutz, Michael McCray, William Kenneth Thatcher, Thomas Shutter, Allyn Webb, Theodor 

Schreyer, Travor Beste, David North, William Young, Wayne Bickes, Milton Samson, William Johnson, Raymond Garlanger, Douglas Hill 
Third row: Ralph Campbell, John Knutson, Gerald Brown, Gerald Smith, Eugene Maynard, Robert Albreeht, William Erickson, John Heindel, James 

Glasford, Frederick Allen Kay, Alan Davis, Louis Fancher, Glenn Wright, Tanner Davis, Edward Kelly, Thomas Dye, Charles Millard Countryman, 

Robert Ran 
Second row: Stacey Siders, John Norton, Patrick McLaughlin. David Traeger, Jerry Wack, William Goodheart, Charles Long, John Williams, Phillip 

Ward, Charles Kustner, Robert Scherer, Robert Barnes, William Scott 
Bottom row: Thomas Crays. Roger Bie efeld, John Ford, Frank Craig, Henry Hennis, William Nelson, William Day, Joseph William Coffey, Eugene 

Funk, John Worrell, Gordon Fales, David Guard 
Not in panel: Joseph Gonzalez. Richard Cunningham, Donald Alblinger, Jerald Crickman, Charles Miller, Terry Dye, Lester Brady, Robert Enders, 

James Fink, Athum Johnson, Harold Stafford, Kenneth Freeto 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



211 East Daniel 
131 Active Chapters 



Standing: John Williams, treasurer; William Goodheart, vice president; 

Charles long, president; William Johnson, recording secretary; 

Robert Barnes, pledge trainer 
Seated: Charles Kustner, commissar 






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Sigma Alpha Mu 



805 West Pennsylvania 
48 Active Chapters 



Top row: Richard Rosenberg, Joshua Pais, Neil Bergman. Arthur Zimmerman, Daniel Rapaport. Joseph Siegman, Raymond Nisenbaum, Sheldon Coburn, 

Ronald Sabath, Lee Adler 
Third row: Gordon Bloomberg, Edward Dick, Alex Broun, Jerome Kalish, Roy Smith. Ronald Katch, William Weiner, Gary Smith. Harvey Greenstein, 

Julius Shapiro, James Pinski 
Second row: Donald Aaronson, Marvin Levenson, Lewis Cohen, Stanley Goldberg. Robert Dick. Robert Kiesler. Joseph Aronstam. Arnold Rottman, 

Lowell Martin, Stanley Slaw. Lee Kwatnez 
Bottom row: Barry Janov, Charles Silver, Merton Silbar, James Friend, Seymour Mandel, Sanford Dvore, Lawrence Kauffman, Sheldon Kurt/.. Howard 

Hanok 
Not in panel: Jerome Kiefus, Howard Levine, Marvin Oxman, Ronald Roth 





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Top row: Carl Dilsaver, Elmer Plow, Donald Manthei, Eugene Benner. Philip Jenkins, George Bennett, Richard Kohlhagen, James McLaughlin. Robert 

Cnlbertson. Dean VVillmann, Clarendon Leo Johnson. Benjamin Farnnm, William Fewkes. Richard Magee, William Dunn, Byron Kenneth West, 

Ralph Jensen, Thomas Dyke, Frank Herold. Hoyt Mathews 
Third row: Walter Byerly, Thomas Goad. David Miller, Robin Johnston. John Leudtke, Haynes Hawkins, John Bruggen, Richard Bostrom, Paul Luhrsen, 

Richard Zimmerman, Max Hooper, David Martin. Paul Barry MeDermott, Wayne Smith, David Clark. John Greenwood. Ronald Meadows, Richard 

Wright, Stephen Smith, Thomas Harvey 
Second row: William Anderson, William Herriott, William Jones. Charles Swearingen, Crane DeCamp, Robert Buley, Jerry Kats, James Hoffman, 

Donald Prichard, Lee Stark, Robert Rempert, Robert Thompson, Dean Anderson. Charles Sheppard, Dee Glueck 
Bottom row: Emeret Lindbeck, Craig Hart, John Greene, Donald Bostrom, John Davis, Thomas Holzbog, Donald Kane, Robert Barrett. Samuel Foster, 

Charles Seibert, Arthur Schmidt, Phillip Sharkey, Richard Williamson, Douglas Smith 
Not in panel: Harold Dycus, Richard Thompson. Thomas Hubbard, Herbert Neathery 



Sigma Ch 



410 East John 

124 Active Chapters 



Donald Prichard treasurer; Jerry Kats. virc president; 
president; John Greenwood, pledge trainer 



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330 






Standing . Reed Halliday, recorder; George Kmiotek, lieutenant com- 
mander; Hugh Dennis Giertz, rushing chairman 
Seated: Norbert Kraegel, treasurer; Jolin Rex Bendigkeit, commander 



Sigma Nu 






1009 West Pennsylvania 
114 Active Chapters 



Top row: David Zoller, Allan Murray, Roger Kantola. Herbert Engdahl. Robert Burns. Allan Schulz. John Sinclair, George Nadenik, John Szczyudlo, 

Donald Worden, Donald Sponholz, Robert Glasner, Ronald Raber, Donald Westerberg, Charles Kasper. Donald Honlehan, William Bruce Aufder- 

haar, Joseph Casserly 
Third row: Kenneth Lohbaner, James Hartman. Ocie Trimble, George James Tonrek, Hugh Dennis Giertz, Ronald Wittmeyer, Earl Theodore McGee, 

Robert Poggi. William Gratian, Bruce S truckman, Richard Sturm, Charles Reding, Richard Pedersen, Richard Miller, Donald Niemann, William 

Pierce, Robert Clark 
Second row: William Wuerfel, Donald Davis, Carl Carlson, Max Banmgardner, George Kmiotek, John Rex Bendigkeit, Norbert Kraegel, Reed Halliday, 

David Johnston, Warren Holland, Ronald Wallace, William Cain. Daniel Siewert 
Bottom row: Ronald Nylen, John Copeland, John MacKimm. Wayne Gleim, Charles Willis, William Suter. Dudley Buck, Robert Ekdahl, Frederick 

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Fourth row: Jerald Conroy, Edward Middleton, Donald Bailey, Kenneth Kopp, Richard Wharton. William Widugiris 
Third row: Raymond Sieuert, William Krebs, Raymond Mueller, Glen Zieman, Weldemar Rawicki, Lyle Smith 
Second row: Harold Nero, Walter Ruczynski, Robert Dufore, Donald Pfeuffer, Delos Kitioe, George Hunt 
Bottom row: Robert Dezelick, Raymond Janke, Robert Mertens. George Coulee, Robert Beals 



Sigma Phi Delta 



1 103 West Illinois 
9 Active Chapters 



Raymond Janke, vice president; George Conlee, business manager; Rob- 
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Gerald Valier, historian; Herbert Thurman, rushing chairman 
Bottom row: Larry Larson, oice president; William Beck, presilent; 

Alan Higgins, comptroller 



Sigma Phi Epsilon 



1105 South Fourth 
116 Active Chapters 



Top 



row: Glen Growe, Raymond Rockman, Frank Fritsch. Lionel Goff, Robert Spraetz, John Henderson. Dean Zaumseil. Albert Wendt, Herbert Thur- 
man. William Denk, Thomas Bright, John DeLaurenti. Melvin Weidner, Caesar Klaus, Charles Runyon 

Third row: James Decker, William Green, Frank Mezek, Franklin Ridgway, Donald Bornholdt, James Jangarathis, William Settlage, Norville Ledbetter, 
Richard Haskins, Charles Livingston. Gerald Early, John Corcoran, Richard Barbel, John Tyer, Marvin Ahr 

Second row: Edward Hendricks, Robert McMillen, George Wahl, Richard Gruitch, James Peterson. George Hoskinson, Larry Larson, William Beck, Alan 
Higgins, Gerald Valier, William Willcox, Richard Tank, Charles Zeman, Donald Bradshaw. Ralph Hanson 

Bottom row: Lyman Goss, Henry Moorehouse, Thomas Cappellin, David Sullivan. Benjamin Ziccarelli. Peter Galuk. Gary Lash. Peter Metrik, Don Tillot- 
son, Willard Alford, William Bibo, Ralph Kettlekamp, David Smith. Daniel Rajski 

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Top row : Norman Farmer, Donald Clark, Donald Van Cura, Donglas Reynolds, William Graham, Robert Grabitz, John Mitchell, Robert Leonard, Lyle 

Smith, Richard Baum, Joseph Pulliam, Ernst Brosius 
Third row: Rodney Kuch. Keitli Prater, Robert Bishop, Thomas Rowader, Charles Finn, William Faude, Lester Ness, Donald Harris, Leiby Hall, John 

Michel, Bill Turner, David Pickard, Stuart Sherman 
Second row: Charles McGrew, Roger DeYoung, Robert Cryer, Bob Buckles, Harry Maynor, Kenneth Felderman, John Schmidt, Walker Patton, John 

Fanning, James Hinkle, James Slagle 
Bottom row: Robert Porter, Kenneth Mullen, Robert Lawrence, Hugh Van Voorst, Stanley Felderman, Eugene Stouffer, Harold Armstrong, Duane 

Swarts, David Nightingale, Charles Hamilton 
Not in panel : Leroy Ruesch, Donald Valentine, Robert Oie, Peter Konneker, Herbert Gerecke 



Sigma Pi 






402 East Armory 
48 Active Chapters 



Standing: Harry Maynor, sergeant-at-arms; Robert Cryer, intramural 

manager; John Fanning, treasurer 
Seated: Walker Patton, pledgemaster ; Kenneth Felderman, president ; 

John Schmidt, vice president 









334 






Standing: Ira Hover, social chairman; Ronald Richmond, house mana- 
ger; Albert Polansky. quaestor 

Seated: Melvin Cohen, scribe} Stuart Greenberger, consul : Sehvin Price, 
vice consul; Morris Sachs, rushing chairman 



Tau Delta Phi 



1105 South First 
25 Active Chapters 



Top rote: Ronald Goldberg, Morton Friedman, Ronald Lopaty, Joel Lanier, Gordon Williams. Lester Goldsmith, Norman Perlmutter, Kay Kabaker, Phil- 
lip Cooper, Gerald Kane, Alan Loman, Gerald Leavitt, Fred Ruttenborg, Herbert VVaxmi n, Miller Kalom 

Third row: Theodore Ross, Marvin Miller, Richard Sachs, Loren Lyon. Avrom I'esmen. Morton Aronson. Earl Newman, Norman Lapping, Alan Green, 
Max Ancel. Lee Schoenbrod, Joel Robert Hillman, (Hen Bemlield, Theodore Davis 

Second row: Kenneth Lopaty, Joseph Jacobs. Ira Koyer, Melvin Cohen, Sehvin Price, Stuart Greenberger, Albert Polansky. Morris Sachs. Ronald Rich- 
mond. Irving Bemoras, Stanley Martinez, Ronald Drell 

Bottom row: Roger Mitchell. Charles Coren, Morton Goldstein. Ira Sachs, Robert Steiner, Martin P.rody, Paul Monka. Robert Newman. David Inerfeld. 
Robert Weiss, Arthur Volpert 

Not in panel : Robert Somerfeid, Seymour Gautman 



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Top row: Donald Balin, Sherwin Strauss, Jerrol Harris, Joel Meisles. Theodore Schelter, Arnold Kuminsky, Edward Elins. Seymour Levin, Lester Ades, 

Ronahl Bennett, Gerald Goldman, Martin Goldstein. Allen Grossman, Martin Schulman, Myron Cholden 
Third row: Robert Helman. Jerome Druth, Stewart, Gartner, Ronald Karlen, Arnold Cohn, Robert Jaffee, Richard Talman, Baccy (iilberg, Horton Weis- 

inan, Howard Hecht, Arnold Rosenthal, Sylvan Roth. Robert Echt, Eddie Randall 
Second ran-: Robert Simon, Charles Mallen, Benjamin Ruben, Irwin Muchman. Robert Kaplan, Eugene Weiner, Jordon Sachs, Leon Brottman, Yale 

Lauter. Arthur Leuolf, Theodore Goldman 
Bottom row: Stuart. Musick. Charles Gliek, Jay Balin, Marshall Astrin. Harold Gluskoter. Jay Ellenby. Bruce Demar, Lewis Worth, Jerald Much, 

Sorrell Stein 
Not in panel: Jerome Markbreit, Robert Lyon, Richard Brill, Eugene Kikoen, Irwin Yarmo, Sheldon Baitman, Norman Jacobs, Henry Gould 



Tau Epsilon Ph 



105 East Armory 
39 Active Chapters 



Irwin Muchman, treasurer; Eugene Weiner. chancellor; Robert Ka]>lan, 
vice chancellor; Jordon Sachs, scribe 






336 






Top row: Robert Hoffman, pledgemaster ; Dean Storey, historian 
Second row: William Keller, vice president; Robert DePauw. chaplain; 

Gene Thoniasson, secretary 
Bottom raw: Roger Tompkins, treasurer; James Hanson, president; 

Robert Bean, sergeant-at-arms 



Tau Kappa Epsilon 



308 East Armory 
94 Active Chapters 



Top row: Charles Brown. Kenneth Dubrovin. Clarence Alfred Marshall. Robert Graham, William O'Day. Charles Kronsagen, James Davis, Laurance 

Staples, George Moore. Joseph Fribley, Sam Gillespie, Lome Fitts 
Fourth row: Charles Novak, Arnold Calvert, David Wallace Enright, James Goodwins, Charles Luedtke, Thomas Fife, Charles Boldon. Rudolph Siegert, 

James Hootman, Malcolm Graham, Joseph Corley, Gerald McKay 
Third row: John Sutton, Kenneth Sale, Clarence DeMoss, Harold Steed, Paul Postlewaite, Alfred Stimpert. Thomas Wood, Theodore Dorward, James 

Richard Swanson, Jackson Shockley, Paul Lauschke, Ted McElhincy 
Second row: Kenneth Darrell Baxter, Jack Kennedy, Gene Thoniasson, William Keller, Robert Bean. James Hanson, Robert Hoffman, Dean Storey, 

Robert DePauw, Roger Tompkins, Victor Isaksen, Arthur Lisowski 
Bottom row: David Spencer, Warren Rowlinson, Ronald O'Beirne, Deane Biehler, Frederick Donald Naegele, Leonard Corzine, Virgil Canada, Alan 

Johnson, Frank Keppeler, Joseph Musolino 
Not in panel: William Shewchuk, Randall Cox, Robert Forsyth. Charles Bruckner, Bert Ingels. Charles Schultz, James Wright, John Winkelmann, 

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Top row: James Munson, Robert Sick, John Parson, David Heneberry, Kenneth Swofford, Donald Ernst, William Henbest, John Bauer, Charles Fort, 

Donald Pearson, Ronald Pearce, Victor Lynn Sheldon, Robert Plozay, Paul McMullen, Keith Hunt, James Gordon 
Third row: William Pishburn, Gerald Dempsey, John Mulligan, Jerry Sheerin, Woodruff Burt, Donald Elliott, Jack Pettis, James Bell, Ronald Moeckel, 

Alan Stacell, Roger Roth, David Weber, Harry Kariher, Edwin Wells, William McCune 
Second roir : Scherrill Weichbrodt, Stanley Soldner, Curtiss Branom, Joseph Alaimo, Harrison Winter, Robert Schoen, Arthur Preston, Richard Soldner, 

Donald Bohrer, Donald Whitsitt, Charles Fidler. Donald Heneberry 
Bottom row: Mark Bates, Kermit Lindberg, Sheldon Bell, John Koucky. Eugene Hadley, Bruce McN'aughton, John Lindskold. James Ronk, Gustav 

Voigt, Donald Champion, Harvard Keefe, Ronald Aiken 
No' in, panel : Dean Hickman, Louis Lefke, John Maris, Donald Peterson 



Theta Chi 



505 East Chalmers 
106 Active Chapters 



Standing: Robert Schoen, vice president; Harrison Winter, treasurer; 

John Mulligan, marshal 
Seated: Arthur Preston, president; Richard Soldner, secretary 









330 






Standing: Rudolph Bremser, president; Carleton Piepho, rushing cho 

man; James McCormack, pledge master 
Seated: Russell Osmon, vice president; Ronald Keim, treasurer 



Theta Delta Ch 



901 South Second 
29 Active Chapters 



Top row: Ronald Bowen, Charles Henry, Donald Simpson, Richard Radt, Carleton Piepho, Donald Newell, Jerry Staessens, Paul Aney, George Florman, 

George Mason 
Third row: Franz Stang, Gerald Lutterman, Walter Shaw, Bennett Humphrey, Reginald Ingrassia, Richard Mills, Richard Bartunek, Fred McDowell, 

Robert Vagnieres, Frank Fiorenza, Louis D'Agnolo 
Second row: John Hollister, Ronald Keim, Robert Juckett, Russell Osmon, Rudolph Bremser, Leeds Bower, Richard Martley, James McCormack, Leslie 

Gerard Swartz 
Bottom row: Lawrence Ginestra, Donn Moberg, Ross Confer, Jon Hunt, Robert Boscher, Robert Sutton, Guy Fiorenza, Douglas Auburn 
Noi in panel: Raymond Golik, David Jennings, James Lamprccht, Richard Morris, William Nyland, James Winkelman, Willard Monsen 



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To,} row: Louis Liddi, Leon Issert, Richard Baker, Donald Jelmek, Oliver Schneider, John Quirk, rani Adesco, John Hardgrove, Donald Smith, William 

Oahill, Paul Danzer, Ronald Zionts, Frank Minster 
Second row: Fred Losher, Thomas Mizera, Donald Potter, Richard Meinhard. Jerome Keefe, Rev. Edward O'Rourke, Henry Marcheschi. John Grabowski, 

Edward Martynowiez, Kenneth Haberkorn, Fredrick Mobley 
Bottom row: Patrick Gallivan, Donald Kaiser. John Dennerlein, William Cellini, Preston LeBreton. James Schaefer. Ronald Zachary. John Donahue, 

John Ontiveros 






Theta Kappa Ph 



1011 South Sixth 
22 Active Chapters 



John Grabowski, treasurer; Henry Marcheschi, president; Jerome Keefe, 
vice president; Richard Meinhard, secretary 





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Standing: Frederick Lindquist, vice president; John Strout, corres- 
ponding secretary; Ronald Benedict, treasurer ; Daniel Bleck, house 
manager 

Seated: Richard Mabry, rushing chairman; Ronald Ferguson, president; 
Donald Lichtenberger. social chairman 



Theta Xi 



'jo.", Fast Armory 
49 Active Chapters 



Top row: Albert Saia, Richard Christopher. Larry Cross, William Dnnhonse, Thomas Maier, James McNeel, Leon Chaparian, Russell Welker, James 

Lovetf, Karl Rose. Charles Clarke, Robert. Trevarthen. William Stewart, James Jarrell. Joseph DeSimini 
Third rou- : Henry Dougherty, Gerald Strehlow. Daniel Lawler, Gilbert Marx, Elmer Koestner. Donald Higgs, Giacinto D'Ercoli, John Reichwein, Paul 

Knaust, Claudio Strazzabosco, Calvin Kinsley, John Urich, Peter Malz, Donald Pullen 
Second row: Arnold Paolasini, John Williams, James Monteleone, Robert Gabrielli, Bruce Anderson. Frederick Lindquist, Ronald Ferguson, Ronald 

Benedict, John Strout. James Green, Edward Benesh, Robert Holloway 
Bottom row: Nick Boznos, William Morrison, William Jones. Hillard Melcher, Robert Moore, Robert Pheanis. Maurice Garnholz. Donald Arnold. Ronald 

Oilier, Charles McBride. Gerald Meyers 
Not in panel: Donald Lichtenberger. Daniel Bleck, James Cleary. Edward Aldridge, William Robson. Alfred Brosky, Robert Klein. Donald Cullom, 

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Top rote : John Anderson, Marvin Carr, Wilford Conts, Richard Sloan. Philip Roth. Leonard Cummins, Robert Brunke, Stuart Boyle. Robert Nack 
Second row: William Nickel. Gordon Fowler, Phillip Lee. Duane Loofbonrrow, Carlos Garcia-Reyes, Richard Kenyon, Kenneth Anderson, Herbert Olson 
Bottom row: Eric Johnson, Leonard Mattson, Harlan Schone, William Hager, George Ratkovic, Ronald Swofford, Harold Harper, Richard Brown, Rich- 
ard Evanson, Charles Weatherford 
Not in panel: Robert Schrader, Richard Tomei, Roger Wadsworth, Robert Haven, Bruce Cook 



Triangle Fraternity 



112 East Daniel 
17 Active Chapters 



Standing: Richard Brown, recording secretary; Harlan Schone, com- 
missary; Harold Harper, corresponding secretary 

Seated: George Ratkovic, president ; Ronald Swofford, vii'e president 






342 






Robert Schnurstein, president; Robert Balzhiser, nice president; Ermin 
Wojcik, secretary; Randall Ward, treasurer 



Witanshire Fraternity 



>12 East Healy 



Top row: John Jachera, David Afton, James Peterson. Albert Klein 

Second run-: Edwin Zyrhowski, Irwin Staller, Harry Psichogios, Fred Hills, Cleon Elmore. Walter Weddig 

Bottom roc; Claries Jorgensen, Randall Ward. Robert Balzhiser, Robert Schnurstein, Ermin Wojcik. John Kuller 



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Top row: Richard Unger, Peter Aronson, Myron Wang, John Weil, Norman Lefton, Charles Semel, Morris Sterneck, Michael Freeman, Marshal Fry, 

James Taxman, Harry Newman, Benjamin Borowsky, Jack Margolis, William Maybrook, Jerome Jaffe, Loren Pollack, Gerald Baron 
Third row: Mark Symons, James Straus, Ronald Klein, Barry Fogelson, Warren Menaker, Charles Silvers, William Zessar, Colman Borowsky, Bernard 

Borman, Richard Cohn, Gregorio Zolko, Laurence Shpiner, Gus Friedman, Robert Cohen. Ronald Levy, Frank Jacobs, Steven Wolfberg, Marvin 

Weisbord, William Perry 
Second row: Laurence Lerman, Thomas Bank, Phillip Kaplan, Alan Eirinberg, Leonard Block, Norman Peskind, Mrs. Epstein, Leonard Smoler, Lewis 

Handler, Richard Anasov, Donald Colman, Stanley Weinstein, James Barnett 
Bottom row : Stanley Peskind, Richard Stiefel, Robert. Steuer, Charles Rosenthal, Jacob Grossman, W'illiam Sholem, Leonard Bettinger, David Peskind, 

Robert Rosenthal, Alfred Kobak, David Wolfe, Richard Wolf, Stanton Freidberg, Stanford Glass 
Not in panel : Eugene Oscherwitz, Gerald Gittles, Mark Rosenberg 



Zeta Beta Tau 



907 South Fourth 
48 Active Chapters 



Standing .- Norman Peskind. president; Leonard Smoler, vice president; 

Alan Eirinberg, historian; Richard Anasov, houseman 
Seated: Lewis Handler, treasurer; Leonard Block, secretary 






344 






To/, row: Richard Schweitzer, president; Leon Helms, treasurer; 

Charles Cassey, supreme cowncit 
Bottom row: Richard Smith, vice president; Theodore Brickman, louse 

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Zeta Psi 



201 East John 

32 Active Chapters 



Top rote: Morris Jolly. Charles Mitch, Thomas Walton, James Smith, Clay Dormer, Donald Lent/.. William Swartz, Richard Kirk. Charles Babcock 

Third row: Louis Christensen, Loren Mann, William Clark Hiller, James Eustiee, Edward Bottomley. David Ferris. David Morse. Russell Stackhouse, 
Frederick Kaempfer 

Second row: Scott Greene. Charles Rogers, George Searls, Charles Cassey, Richard Smith, Richard Schweitzer, Leon Helms, Theodore Brickman, Ray- 
mond Beebe, Richard Anderson 

Bottom row: Charles Lindrooth, John Shroyer, Thomas Cannon, Ralph Lanphere. Ronald Kraft, Richard O'Leary, Robert Bradbury, William Ahlenius, 
Arthur Wayne Stevenson 

Not in panel : Hans Fischer, Allen Livek 



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Top roir : Robert Kunta, Anton Pinter, Walter Michaelis, Robert Horsier 

Thin', row: Bruce Hawkins, John DeFries, Paul Skogstroin, Garth Gobeli, Donald Thompson, Eugene Porter 

Second row: Van Musgrave, Raymond Bauer, John Kurzrock, Marl in Betts. Jimmie Miner, Jack McNeil. Tomas Vega 

Bottom row: Donald Hinton, Charles Huffman. Robert. Wilkinson, Oscar Rassmussin. Mr. Krueger, Mrs. Krueger, Ronald Peterson. Martin Goldstein, 

Frederick Pottinger. Donald Lockhart 
Not in panel: William Fibich 



Citadel 



1104 West Illinois 






Robert Wilkinson, treasurer ; Oscar Rassmussin. president; Ronald Peter- 
son, vice president; Martin Goldstein, secretary 









Standing : Craig Monson, social chairman; David Roper, intramural 

manager; David Dickey, secretary 
Seated: Frank Sparks, vice president; James Bonde, president; Robert 

Lange, treasurer 



Four Columns 



305 East John 



Top row: Kenneth Theis, Richard Gillison, Robert Schmeltzer, Allen Joeston, Russell Major, George Walker. 1'anl Yadro, Larry Rudd Donald Routine 

Fifth row: Leon Roszyk, William Vogelsang, Roy Nisja, Robert Jordan. William Hamby, Charles Francis. Thomas Garland 

Fourth row: Ronald Manch, Robert Pearson, Paul Landen, John Dyinond. Robert MacArthur. Farrell Fox 

Third row: Morton Roekman, William Smith, Peter Valentino. Kenneth Palmer. Robert Emmons, John Clyde. Harry Waight 

Second row: James Siegfried, Jose Romero, Richard Hnntoon. Joseph Shoak, Clifford Phillips. John Cazel. Stanley Bugaieski 

Bottom row : Craig Monson, Frank Sparks, James Bonde, Robert Lange 

Not in panel : David Dickey, Donald Lee, Francis Niekras, Thomas Roach. David Roper 



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Top row: Charles Rogers. Robert, Pringle, Gordon Richards. Robert Anderson, Norman Johnson. Ernest LeVon, Ralph Davis, Charles Knotek, John 

Oehle±*, Earl Carlson. James Bueche, Charles Swisher. Raymond Clark. Robert Mattox. Kenneth Sundquist, Robert Pausch 
Fourth row: Robert Deere. James Burdett, Lonis Raffcl, Ira Berke. George Zahrobsky, Jerry Weimann, James Litvvin, Alan Padorr, Charles Glass, 

James King, Gilbert Fischer, Richard Breaker, John Deroche. Edward Levin. John Lehmann, Robert Strough, Wesley Stein 
Third row: William DeVore, Lonis Carlotti, Engene Lersch. Richard Cunningham, Carl Blattner. Robert Novak, Kenneth Mortensen, David Van Doren, 

Albert Albrecht, William Jewell. Vito Minerva. John Mnerle. Franklin Pease, Ronald Kowalik, Engene Sablick, Albert Swanson. Gerald Shotola 
Second row: James Hoerr, Arthur Nauman, Richard Pennington. Clarke Gauger. Burton Grant. William Lewis, Richard Norsworthy, James Jasper, 

Allen Borring, Donald Buehl, Robert Adam, Richard Lysholm, Jon Cromley 
Bottom row: James Miller, Bradley Rodman, Lawrence Chanoch, Clair Strand, Austin Fosnough, Victor Johnson, Wesley Lackey, Richard Burright, 

Robert Strope, Milo Illicit, Wendell Abern, Walter Rehm, Charles lianter 
Not in panel: William Lynch, Jay Merritt. Robert Oswald. Fred Hall. John Klafke. Robert Leash, Robert Mader, Lee Mueller, Jack Smith. Earl Camine, 

Henry Huchberger, John Janka, Kay Frank Mihevc, William Miner, Anthony Pablicke. Jerry Petruska, Walter Swanson. Wayne Thompson, Herbert 

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Granada Club 



1004 South Fourth 



Top row: Kenneth Mortensen, secretary-treasurer; David Van Doren, 
vice president; Cordon Richards, .ill A representative ; Vito Min- 
erva, athletic director 

Bottom row: William Jewell, social chairman; Albert Albrecht. jirexi- 
dint: Milo Mich 









348 






Standing: ■Ihhh". McCosh, chaplain; Edward Ka.ska. sergeant-at-arms ; 

Robert Lutz. secretary 
S fated: Frank Nelson, treasurer; Gordon Palmer, president ; Robert 

Palmgren, house manager; Rudolph Schattke, vice president 



Minawa Lodge 



212 East Chalmers 



Top row: Roger Swank, Richard Dix, Earl Holstege, Thomas Powers, Raymond Eekman, Fritz Wilmer Larson, Frederick Giles, Charles Dcamp. Rich- 
ard Taylor, Kenneth Johnson, Vernon Jacobson 

Second row: Roger Johnson, Robert Lutz, Robert Palmgren, Rudolph Schattke. Gordon Palmer. Walter Frank Nelson, Edward Koska. James McCosh. 
Kenneth Nordlof 

Bottom row: Kenneth Stults. Robert Fields. David Gray. Donald Reeves. Fred Mayerle, Randolph Lund. David Wrone, Gordon Stockman. Roger Allen 

Not in panel : Kay Meurlott, Joseph Devall 



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Unii Presidents — To/i row: Roald Jaeobsen. Richard Sydnor, James Stevenson, John Gunn, Paul Brown. William Everds, Thomas Pyka. Robert Nelson. 

Leo Prath 
Second row: Ronald Christianson, John Stenquist, William Munro, Richard Stecien, Samuel Gukman, George Millstein. Ronald Hoffman, Lawrence 

Keller, Paul Paroons, Allan Lederer 
Bottom row: Richard Scott, John Whitman, Stanley Munat, David Sirp, Arthur Golden, Gottfried Reitinger, Richard Hangren, Bradley Wellington, 

Ross Dahl Bera, John Torrance. Richard Craig 



Parade Ground Residence Ass'n 



1261 Euclid 



Executive Council — Top run-: Carroll Hubble, sponsor; Richard Stepien, Richard Scott, athletic director: Arthur Golden, Richard Sydnor. Roald Jacob- 
sen. Ross Dahlberg, Richard Hangren. disciplinary chairman 

l'.olU)ir. row: Robert Kaloupek, vice president; Edward Lynn, president; Paul Parsons, secretary; Paul Brown, treasurer; Eugene Brott, social chairman; 
John Whitman. John Stenquist 




350 




Top row: James Tappe, Robert Lange, Jerry Tulis, Owen Ingram, John Schultz, Kan Kern, Alan Strong-, Robert Meilier, John Boyer. Lawrence Haram 
Secont', row: Raymond Henry, Merle Audamp, social chairman; George Birkhahn, vice president; Elmer Keek. Mrs. Brower, John Scott, president; Ken- 
neth Little, secretary-treasurer ; Vincent Chaffee, Ernest Grisham 
Bottom row: Engeno Henry, Dean Bernhardt John Grill, Sven Gafvert, William Martin. Tom Poklen, Edward Runge 
Not in panel: Louis Lefke. Richard Ynnd, Frank Hasbrouck 



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1112 West Oregon 



Calhoun Hall 



509 East Chalmers 



Top row: Richard Davis, Richard Camp, Richard Hall. Robert DeLance. John Mueller, William Collins, Richard Rowan, secretary-treasurer; Eugene 

Mnzzarelli 
Second row: Angelo Capua, social chairman; Roger Benson. Robert Evans, president: Richard Rogich. vice president: Francis Vosburgh, John Palmer, 

Herbert Shayman 
Bottom row : Dwight Ringhausen, Robert Stevens, Lawrence Lantero, John Purcell. Richard Henderson, Richard Kenna 




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Top row: l'aul Quillman, John Weaver, Robert. Turner. John Ratfaelle, Charles Davis, Kent Davis, Robert Waltz, Raymond Erkman, Nick Stackniak 
Third row: John Hayward, Roger Swank, Richard Harning. Thomas Lund, Richard Burge, Eugene Selven, Louis Berolatti 

Second row: Garland Lacey, Gaylord Spotts, William Reinert, Walter Dieckamp, Robert Zukowski, Vernon Bogner, James Jackson, George Von Lanken 
Bottom row: Richard Klammer, Alexander Jacks, Burton Chorpash, Micheal Monaco. Daniel Motyka, Franklin Kuo, secretary; Wayne Spink.s. nodal 
chairman; Charles Rizer, president 



College Hall 



311 East Green 



Colonial Arms 



1108 West Stoughton 



Tup row: Ronald Brunner, Roland Gustafson, Gerald Kinroth, Daniel Hare. Roberl Cross 

Second row: Darrell Wiley, secretary-treasurer; Norman Sleight, vice president, social chairman; Stuart Scott, president; Gerald Tollefsrud 

nullum ruir : Robert Morris. David Means. James Anderson, linger Hausvick 

Not in panel: Charles Reinthaler 





Top row: Robert Eckels, Ronald Greve, Melvin Zois.s. William Farnsworth. Donald Goff. Richard Zolazny, William Smith 
Third row: William Duncan, Donald Wruck, Robert Novak, Robert Bristol, Robert Paul, Harold Fox 

Second row: William Frerking, Richard West, Norbert Patterson. Norman Patterson. John Hendricks. Kenry Hay, Philip Mueller. Naii Elseaidi 
Bottom row: Wayne Rhoades, Robert Fosnaugh, aortal chairman; Bruce Bastian, secretary-treasurer; Gerald Fox. president; Edwin Ely, Richard Mor- 
ville, Kent Tracy, vice president; Lee Wilson, social chairman 



Colonial Manoi 



305 East Green 



Dornoch 



1109 South Fourth 



Top row: Stephen Schubert. Sidney Stutz. William Welch. William Thoi 

Hoyt. Donald Brace 
Bottom row: Robert Rankin. Donald Turner, Harry Pikaar, David Miley. Bru 

chairman; Kenneth Shanklin, Richard Coffelt, John McEwen 
Not in. panel: Delmar Gdttschalk, secretary-treasurer 



David Fonseea, John Jones, Edwin Wolfer, Roger Bailey. Richard Ey, John 
Peeke, vice president; Donald I'.aird. president; Robert Goben. social 



353 








Top roir: Richard Stivers. Paul Leschuck, John Sime, William Bailey, Victor Berthene, Patrick Orean 
Fourth row: Lawrence O'Brien, Charles Omarzu, Francis Bollenback, William Brown, Rojier Hudrlik 
Third roiv : William McCain, William Beam, James Benson, Joseph Heis, Ralph Fishman. Jerry Caress 
Second row : Willard Howe, Alpha Tebbetts, Robert. Babcock, Leroy Sims, David Crawford, Joseph Sciandrone 

Bottom roic: James Swift, George Nero, treasurer; George Haack, social chairman; Gordon Johnson, president; Herbert Iverson. vice president; Herbert 
Marable, secretary ; Barclay Brantingham 



Fireside 



210 East John 



Car-Men 



409 East Green 



Top row: Robert Peters, Neil Perington, Lyle Wacaser, William Doepp, vice president; Robert Adams, Donald Stoetzel, Norman Flagg, Gerald Rhoden 
Second row: Herbert Bielawa, Donald Lee. Duane Orion. George Znurbier. president; Richard Cook, Donald Walker, Robert Posl 
Bottom row • Ralph Swett, Duane Tesdall, Rodney Roberts, secretary-treasurer ; Frank Bielawa, Charles Albright, George Wells 
Not, in. /iiiiicl : Alexander Beresniewicz, Donald Strombeck 





Top row : Melvyn Amrine, Glenn Ott, Jerry Evans, Roger Arnold, John Bardos, Samuel Satterthwaite 

Second row: Waldo Donatio, Robert Schaefer, John Brodbeck, Duane Moberg, Richard Schiltz, Dwight Moberg, Donald Anderson 

Bottom row: Donald Sweet, secretary-treasurer; Henry Hite, Dale Dieiner. Wayne Hill, vice president; Richard McGuire, president; Clifford Harkness, 

social chairman; Robert Bucksat 
Not, in panel : David Buland, Paul Doebel, Richard Hoffarth 



Graham Lodge 



204 South Goodwin 



i-Dell 



706 South Goodwin 



Top row: Howard Walker, Emanuel Melichar, Wendell Cleaver, Frank Thorp, Donald Griffith, social chairman; Robert Heberer. William Honore 
Third, row : Paul Quinn, Gordon Schnepper, Roger Quinn, Douglas Marti, Richard Vial. James Meyer 

Second row: Eldon Greenwood, vice president; John Burkhart. Raymond Bouas, president; Bobbie Weiss. William Gossett, Richard Bell 
Bottom row : Norman Shreffler, .lames Gill, David Cole, Keith Haning, Gale Cole. Donald Adkisson, treasurer 

Not in panel: Donald Shreffler. secretary 



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Top ran:: Richard Bray, Gene Hawkins, Donald McClute, Kenneth Duckwitz, Robert Campbell, Daniel Ward Brady, Allen Vornsand, Chui Liu 

Second row: James Kneller. Virgil Sutton, Owen Flowers, Lewis Bradford Robinson. Robert Gebhart. Howard O'Neal. Richard Brown, Richard Kurz, 

William Rusnak. Mills Kneller 
Bottom row : John Yassen. treasurer; Ellis Schmidt, social chairman : Robert Largent, Donald Smitley, vice president; Kent McDaniel, president; Richard 

Henderson, secretary ; Donald Neumann. William Novak. Smart Devore 



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322 Illini Union 



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noma 



409 East Daniel 



Top row: Emerson Hilker. Zeno Kopecky, John Hurley, Albert Fnson. Francis Morse 

Third coir. Wayne Mills. Daniel Herbert, James Pankratz, Richard Sloan, Arthur Michalek, Toshio Tsu/.uki. Richard Day 

Strand ran:: Clarence Beatty, William Curtiss, Jack Davison, Harvey Wright, David Weaver. Gordon Turnbnll. Claude Land, Gerald Ross, Gordon Hines, 

Guy Puecio, Ronald Lingwall 
Bottom row: Eldon Bourassa, Robert Hume, social chairman; George Fox, Robert Kinser, vice president; Earl Sloan, president; Edward Sutoris, treas- 
urer; James Scherer, Rudi Faiss, Dennis Williams, secretary 
Not in panel: Lloyd Scott 




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Top row : Dean Hopkins. Elwin Johnson. Lawrence Gregory, Ronald Howard. Ronald Hartinan. Dale Gieseking, Donald Muehling 
Bottom row: Ross Poppenpohl, Marlyn Gieseking, president; Donald Buhrmester, secretary; Stanley Webb, vice president; Robert Cowan 
Not in panel: Alan McLaughlin 



Lookout Manor 



903 West Green 



The Mansion 



410 East Green 



Top row: Guillermo I'erdonio, Ernest Simon. Eugene Dann, Ronald Manrer, William Langas, Harold Gabby, Al Melville, August Swanson, Harlan Hett- 
mansberger, Philip Mathisen. Thomas Fitch 

Tliird row: Donald Mielke, Charles Miller, Glen Sieben. Kenneth Prescher, Jerry Giesler. Edward Gloppen, Richard Tracy. Howard Wright. Torn Fujii, 
Lawrence Schiller, Ronald Crane 

Second row: Henry Burke, James Lubin, Jack Murray, treasurer; Charles Beilfuss, vice president; John Trares, secretary; Rudolf Frasca, social chair- 
man : Carl Eschman, Burl Baker. Carl Holt'ee. James Leach 

Bottom row: Alberto Montanes. Kenneth Mietz. Lloyd Austin, Charles Lifschultz. Edward Anderson. Jose Florez. Lowell Getz. Thomas Watts 

Xo! in panel: Richard Albers, James Burger, Roy Christmann. president; Donald Edson, David Jewell, Martin Ruch 





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Thomas Jones, Marion Bliler, Avron Magram. 



Top row: Paul Johnson, Donald McClanahan, Donald Galitz, J< 

John William Robinson, Robert Biester, William Thompson 
Third, row: Ralph Whitsitt, James Schuehler, Iver Nelson. Richard Olson, Jerome Rosenthal, Richard Dysart, James I'etzold, Robert Lofgren, Doyle 

Wilhite, Chester Volley. John Forhetz 
Second row: Robert Chandler, James Mcintosh, Robert Redfeam, social chairman; Byron Eddy, treasurer; John Fortman, president; Mrs. Stone, Gerald 

Hirsch, vice president; Joseph Rezny, secretary ; Donald Rehner. Arden Weatherly, Robert Jamieson, George Buenger 
Bottom row: Howard Springer, Leonard Kaplan, Richard Lower. Frank Wambach, Wayne Grnhen. Claude Alexander. Joseph Yasutake. Richard Pople, 

Roy Stuart, Dale Griffith 
Xot in panel : Jerry Cristy, Howard Levey. Ronald Kanip. Herbert McBride 



Medea Lodge 



412 East Green 



Moore Hall 



1112 West California 



Top rote: Albert Wiegand, Gerald Anderson, John Kearins, David Stutsman, Clayton Fox. Rovle James Heyl. Donald Kimberlin, Siegfried Engelmann 
Second row: Joseph Moran. Donald McLean, Richard Roland, Fred Dickinson. Thomas Flattery. Lloyd Engelbrecht, Joseph Bartoletti, James Fuhrman, 

William Clark 
Bottom row: William Flemming, Keith Mattern, Louis Dickinson, treasurer ; David Mann, secretary; Dale Schneider, president ; Frederic Reitz, vice 

president; Teddy Ross, Richard Lawless, Loren Shaw 
Noi in panel : James Staff, Lawrence Rolaff 







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Executive Council — Top rote: Richard Finamore, president, South. Dorm; Saul Libman, presiden 

House; Henry McGowan, president, North Dorm; Raymond Raufeisen, president, Flagg Hon 

aid Schindel, president, Clark House; Gerald Reese, scholastic chairman, MEI1A 
Second row: Harry Cole, social chairman, MRU A; Morton Wax, secretary, MRU A; Edward Robinson 

MRHA; Berle Schwartz, treasurer, MRU A ; Harvey Kass, athletic chairman, MRHA 
Bottom row: Myron Miller, president, Second Floor, Addition One; Barry Zwick, president. First Floor, Addition It 

Floor, Addition One; Paul Schwarz, activities chairman, MRHA 
Mot in panel : Steven Chechopoulos, president. Fourth Floor, Addition One 



Lundiiren House; Richard Konicek. president. Noble 
; William Winterholf, president . Barton House; Don- 



MRHA; John Martin, vice president, 
te ; YVilburn Norman, president . Third 



Men's Residence Hall Association 



Addition One, M- R. H. 



First Floor — Top row: Stuart Kreisman, Charles Davis, David Heinz, Rnssel Code, Richard Donohue, Howard Berg, Donald Geldean, James Hamilton 
Second row: Arthur Jacobson, Alden Colin, Elwood Howell, Carl Calm, Ronald Campbell, John Barnes, George Frey, Daniel Anderson, Arthur Anderson 
Bottom row: Frank Thomas Zukley, Kenneth Nerius. vice president ; Robert Johnston, Theodore Poehlmann, Norman Crismyre, William Schreiber. Barry 

Zwick, president ; Donald Denby, Charles Hightower, treasurer; Donald Kr/.yz.ak, Gerald Ainsworth 
Not in panel: Stephen Allfree. Richard Anerswald. Alvin Belsley, Frans Fryksdale, Robert Brodt, David Brown, Robert Butow, Richard Falck. Sheldon 
Cohen, Donald Clauson, Larry Colborn, Richard Couch, Richard Cullom, Kenneth Cummings, James Davis. Paul Feldman. Richard Field. Robert 
Schmidt, James Foreman. Harry Brandt, Leonard Golden, Norman Goldman, Ronald Green, Leon Harrast, Alan Helverson, Richard Herman, Rich- 
ard Hocking, athletic chairman; George Ikeuehi, Tracy Johntz, David Jones, secretary; Donald Taylor, John Kirages, Donald Koenig, Martin Koracs, 
Leonard Kozlov, Norman Kraus, Richard Lippert 






Second Floor — Top row: Don Morris, Floyd Greiner, Gary Lowe, Donald Wagner, Robert Olsen, William Miller, George Parrott, Edward Schrowang, 

Daniel Yavorsky, Richard Vierling, Robert Pike, John Brady, Marvin Van Gelder, Leland Walker 
Third row: Paul Quintan, Ernest Weis, Joe Perjak. Burr Lloyd, Elmer Turow, Donald Reichel, Dieter Rodrian, Richard Mazura, Robert Seiler. Karl 

Whisenand, Ronald Garofalo, Gary Wright, Robert Owens, Frank Perry, Delbert Tudor 
Second row: David Thomas, vice president; Lester Stoll, co-social chairman ; Toussaint Toole, activities chairman; Alan Shumacher, .scholastic chairman : 

Myron Miller, president; Byron Staffeld. counselor; Wayne Stern, athletic chairman ; Ronald Schoeberle, .secretary ; Harold Warner, treasurer; Dil- 

lard Martin. James Pulliam, Algird Yodikis 
Bottom row: Seymour Narofsky, George Patka, Ronald Schreiber, Robert Barinek, Wesley Walters. Thomas Vainer, Karl Miller, Dominic Vitucci, Rich- 
ard Van Etten, Donald Schneider 
Not in panel: Paul Magnuson, Morton Malitz, Jerry McDonald, Ronald Meindl. William Mekaelain, Herbert Minkus, co-social chairman; John Murdork, 

Robert Newman, Jerome Orbach, Donald Peara. David Porter, John Rimkus. Charles Rogers, Eugene Schreiber, Arno Schreifer, John Smilie. Robert 

Smith, Ronald Starkweather, William Tober. Donald Williams, Ernest Wolansky, Morris Wolfe, John Woods 



Addition One, M. R- H. 



Third Floor — Top row: Faozy Tenn, John Melvin, Alvin Nagelberg, Ted Leth, Robert Lahendro, John Schneider, Richard Luth, Stephen Jensen. John 

Kane, Rembert Alley. Robert Schaff, Glenn MacNerland. George Gunder, Samuel Winett 
Third row: Wayne Combs. Philip Lembo, John Heaton, Terry Funkhouser, Hartley Grundstrom, John Winston, Myron Grodsky, Albert Wendahl. John 

Boyes, Donald Eauslin, Thomas Etchison, Herald Pomatto 
Second row: Robert Hightower, Raymond Lorenz, secretary; William Warner, activities chairman; Irwin Zucker, scholastic chairman; Harry Nadwidney, 

vice president; William Brooks, treasurer; Ralph Glenn, counselor; Wilburn Norman, president; Denis Jackson, social chairman; Richard Hague, 

athletic chairman; Richard Clancy, Rex Berry 
Bottom run: Robert. Caton, Murray Sniidi. Ronald Graeff, James Van Bosch. Donald Staiton, Edgar Baez, Ambrose Feldhake. Marshall Herman, Thomas 

Bruginan. Larry Borgo, Earl Rubin 






fourth Floor — Top row : Robert Sinkus, Claude Hime. Gerritt Srhuit. .lames Speck, Charles Neander, John Gott, Allan Bluestone, Robert Grendel, Robert 
Salberg, Donald Findlay. Clarence Smith, Robert Anderson 

Second row: George Fukuda, Ronald Roiner, Raymond Ebbert, Ronald Papenek, Joseph Gende, secretary; Robert Baluka, John Smith. Jimmy Gray, 
David Brost, Elliott Fein 

Bottom row: Gary Peek, Roy Anderson, Franklin Gurney, treasurer; Donald ('aril, vice president-; Steve Chechopoulos, president; Dwight MeKabney, 
John Gray, William Lindenberg, Gordon Ortlep, Richard Heath, Robert Morita 

Not in panel: Robert Behling, Donald Hesse, Robert Enrich, Raymond Twery, Arthur Floyd, Arthur Fiebing. John Mathews. James Sullivan. .lames 
Sheffield, Gerald Newswander, Jordan Bonfante, Robert Forney, Dennis Vorban. Robert Foisy, Jack Nelson. James Kavanagh. Robert Barron. Charles 
Haugh, Michael Dalfonso, Peter Watts, Ray Weisenbnrger. Stuart Jaffe, Bruce Peterson. Harvey Glasser, Richard Hallendorff. Ernest Shell, social 
chairman; Gary Hollatz, Richard Jackson, John Gates, Walter Marshall Jones, activities chairman; Paul Sprehe, Richard Coleman, John Bosso 



Addition One, M. R. H. 
Barton House, M. R. H. 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Roland Westerlund. Louis Schlisefeld, Richard Dvorak, Howard Dutzi, Norman Sturm. Edward Groebe, Julius Hinder, Richard Witt, Paul 

Regorsi, Donald Hoeck, Robert Berryhill, John Tisevich. Joel Kan.inski, Deliuar Lynn. Richard Donatoni. Henry Beckmann, Robert Schwartz, John 

Klacka, Byron Thorpe 
Third row : James Niss, John Fisher, Norman Dean, Leslie Simon, John Hojem, Daniel Miller. Robert Groemling. Robert Rurka, Allan Stern, Marvin 

Greene. Barry Cole. John Clark. Robert Olson, Stanley Placzek, Lyle Lcwinson, David Daleiden, Eugene Yalowitz, Mon Ltim 
Second row : Roland Clement, Frederick Johnson, Donald Loiben, Richard Benes. John Mlade. Kenneth Jensen, social chairman : Stephen Klein, treasurer; 

Robert Corley, counselor; William Wintei-hoff. president: William Mebes, vice president; Donald McCurry. athletic chairman: Gerald Elovitz, Ronald 

Chaseii. Rudolph Marovec, Marvin Gottlieb 
Bottom row: John Clemens, Leslie Simon, Harris Goldstein, Fred Schneider. Boris Rapport, Michael Schurman. Leroy Frank Davidson. Howard Holz- 

man, Berle Schwartz, David Hefter, Gordon Maxson 
\ol in panel: Alvin Bush, .lames Cox. Morris Woloshin, Edwin Birkhimer. Norman Hedish, Richard Norris. Robert Whiteman, Gordon Millner, William 

Day, Leslie Sandlow. Albert Rosanes. Stanley Socol, Max Lorig, Sam Cherry, Robert Goldberg, Clarence Feieresiel, Terrance Mitchell 








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Top row: Harvey Kass, Howard Littig, Leonard Bihling, Max Light, Earl Hamburger, Donald Esarove, Robert Stephan, Myron Grossman, Sorre.ll 

Lapins 
Third row: Herbert Kuehne, Robert Leonhardt. Jerome Grossman, John Henneman, George Smith, Robert Pasik, Edward Yalowitz, Laurence Friedman, 

Paul Slivnick 
Second row: Walter Karat/., vice president; Gilbert Gray, Robert Mickey, Robert Stedronsky. social chairman, Louis Zboran, athletic chairman, Sherwood 

Parker, Joel Dain, Stuart Miller, Albert Cross, head counselor, Donald Schindel, president 
Bottom row: Richard Somerville, Ernie Rubenstein, Marvin Klein, Philip Rosenfield, Sander Postal. Robert Chambers, Karl Berolzheimer. secretary 
Not in panel: Joseph Bernik, Frank Beueherie, Lewis Bodecker, Chris Bohn. Alfred Dalnick, Herbert Goldman, Richard Engle, Salvatore Gualtieri, Jerry 

Hall, John Heller, Robert Ivers, John Kemp, Samuel Kessler, treasurer : Oscar Kriegman, Robert Kuhn, Frank Kweder, Arnold Landsman, Stanley 

Lederman. Joseph Lebnock, John Martin, Jerome Meister. George Mobille, Bruce Neighbor. Peter Ng, Arthur Paullin, Corliss Phillabaum, Louis 

Rosen, Ernest Rubinstein, Richard Sawislak, Lawrence Schectman, Jerome Shalon. Norman Share. Joseph Sholtz. Joseph Streicher, George Stalck, 

Alfred Thompson, William Taber, Jack Trummel, Leroy Vatava, Algar Wiseman 



Clark House, M. R. H. 



1 2 1 ") South Fourth 



Flagg House, M. R. H. 



121.) South Fourth 



Top row: Stanley Arden, James Sandstrom, James Hinkle, William Zukleyt Dan Tom Bourbulas, Robert Anovitz, Robert Migatz, activities chairman; 
Meyer Wiesel 

Second row: John White. Gordon Gillette, Edwin Perlman. scholastic chairman ; Stanley \\ ojeik, Robert Nichols. Charles Sengstock. Eugene Eckebrecht. 
John Dassios, Henry Emolo 

Bottom rinr : George Richards, treasurer; Joseph l'.litt, secretary; George Bijjani, Raymond Raufeisen, president: George Van Emden. rice president: 
Robert. Simoiids. James Knudstad, August Pocius, Carl Killers 

Xot in panel: Robert Adelsperger, Vernon Albright, Bert Anschel, Robert Bales. Donald Bikn, Chris Bohn. Elwin Branz, Robert Bowman, Robert Carl. 
Russell Coopersmith, Robert Dallek. David Dennen, William Finlay, John Gibson. Gordon Gillette, Louis Glickman, Donald Goldberg, Gordon Guroff, 
Samuel Gutierrez, Ewald Hoppe, John Huminell. Carl Johnsen, Steve Kolar. Ned Kohn, George Larsen, John Laslo, Duane Latta, Daniel Lezak, 
Joseph Lusco, George Messenger, Bruce Micari, Earl Moses, Robert Neiman, Leonard Newman, James Paddor, Nick Pamel, Kenneth Paull, George 
Peabody, Gerald Petaeque, Daniel Raden, Howard Remus. Arthur Reynolds, Irving Smith, Robert Stem, Paul Suzuki. Charles Terry. Philip Urso, 
William Vitous, Norman Werner. Leslie Wiener, Jerome Wolf, Frank /id 



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Top row: Edwin Kerr, John Barker, Bruce Schildt, Irwin Schneider, Michael Leviton, John Westby, William Turner. Robert Zarbock, William Brown, 

Sherwin Mizell, Ernest Wilhelm, Ralph Wendland, Melvyn Goldsmith, Martin Rappeport, Richard Gunther 
Third row: Norman Edelstein, John Woythal, Robert Mikitka, James Sotirakos, Warren Anderson. Patrick Sollo, John Suedel, Arthur Gensior, Charles 

Kassel, Arthur Frank. Howard Gordon, Norman Greisman, Walter Stanke, Edward Ross 
Second row: Robert Herst, Allen Spirtas, Harold Strauss. Alvin Ostrin. social chairman ; Sidney Mandell, vice president; Saul Lihman. president; Burton 

Vlay, treasurer; Joseph Taback, athletic chairman : James Erkman, activities chairman; Richard Kujak. scholastic chairman; Raymond Wojcieszak, 

Filon Gadecki, Robert Dorfman 
Bottom row: Charley Gross, Gerald Davis. Fred Cook, Kenneth Bushe, James Nagel, Martin Leance, .Morton Wax. George Zezoff, Jay Field. Gerald 

Reese, Richard Stallman, Merle Mizell. counselor 
No' in panel: Charles Aikinan, Robert Anstadt, George Bonk, Bennie Carpenter, Andrew Cro/.ier. Ronald Dirsmith, Dale Fischer, Milton Frenkel. Arne 

Goranson, Dan Grimsich, William Gruber, Leroy Hener, secretary; Thomas Hooker, Robert [tashiki, Frank Jacobs, Adam Jaworski, James Jensen. 

Robert Josepher, Daniel Karlin, Kenneth Keats, Joseph Kourakis, William Kramer, Lawrence Liang, Norman Latker, Arnold Leib, Thomas Madden, 

Richard Marlin, Michael Michalchik, Edwin Murphy, Ervin Pelichoff, John Rener, John Schitzius, Robert Schuman, Richard Tarizzo, Harold Tejes, 

John Tomczyk, Lowell Woodstock, Armand Zaleon 

Lundgren House, M. R. H. ^.. 



Noble House, M. R. H. 



1215 South Fourth 



Top row: Richard Laner, Emil Wolf, Richard Fiala, Edward Robinson, Richard Begalka. Denis I'.obka. Don Hartmann, Warren Cuplin, Thomas Zawacki, 
James Peterson, Ronald Cronwell, Burl Covan, Ralph Basse. Robert Malec, David Mann, Robert Boeder, John Hugh, Robert Miller, Ronald Lange 

Third row: Robert Lang, Robert Zahrobsky. Frank Battuello, Maurice Sabath, Robert Camp, Robert Shaw. Howard Kahn. William Yario. Dennis France. 
James Ruzicka, Norman Kraus, Robert Carper, Sheldon Bernsen, Donald McMasters. Howard Leftwich, Franklin Heurich 

Second row: William Ujiiye, Richard Cole, John McCabe, Panl Schwarz, John Logan. Howard Jaffe. athletic chairman : Albert Steffens, activities chair- 
man; Charles Mahn, treasurer ,■ Richard Konicek, president; Robert Sklare, vice president; Harry ISrinkman. social chairman : Richard Romano. 
scholastic chairman; Jerome Fireman. Seymour Regal, Roger Beckett 

Bottom row: Thad Kowalski, Herbert Maraat, Allan Lieb, William Jerry Bell, Craig Wood. Emil Knbalek. Howard Weinstein. Jordan Katz, Jerry Gold, 
William Lewis, Edwin Koziol, Ronald Appel 

Not in panel : Ralph Hines. counselor ; James Lassen, Edward Ross, Irwin Andrews. Donald Dickerson, Jack Cumbow, Scott Thompson, James Euzicka, 
Harold Nettleship, Melvin Mendralski. Gerald Fricker, Donald Schaffer, Harvey Locker. Horn Chen. James Stanley, James Yasey, Edwin Keyse. 
Howard Gordon, Mark Zeal 






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Top row: James Oster, Richard Sehaumberger, Donald Sehaumberger, David Hucker, Kenneth Lehner, Marshall Harris. Alfred Killian, Robert Eberhart, 

George Glenn, Daniel Weinstein, Richard Earlix 
Second row: Milton Levinberg, Arthur Goldstein. Norman Roggow, James Lake. Thomas Scott, Ronald Clasky, John Roecker, Howard Aronson. Charles 

Mostar. Thomas Olson. Rush Kracman 
Bottom row: Allan Mitze imaeher, William Paster, Charles Chase, scholastic chairman; Marshall Tudor, activity chairman; Gordon Stuart, athletic 

chairman; Ralph Soelzer, counselor; Henry McGowan, president; Richard Averill, secretary; Robert Armstrong, treasurer; Leroy Tungett, vice 

president 
Not in //and : Stanley Salles, Daniel Wax 



North Dorm, M. R. H. 



1215 South Fourth 



South Dorm, M. R. H. 



121 5 South Fourth 



Tu/> row: Donald Collins, George Rich. Daniel Sereika. William Heath. Peter Finston, Stuart Olin, William Linsky. Harold Firestein. Louis Keith 
Third row: William Smart. Everett Jensen, William Tozer, Herbert Licbowitz. Jay Sheffield, Ronald Stone, Kenneth Kania, Ro^er Jones. John Millstead 
Second row: William Buchheit, Donald Gassman, Gordon Emanuel, scholastic chairman; Wesley McJulien, athletic chairman : Oral Kost. counselor ; 

Richard Finamore. //resident ; Robert Epstein, rice president ; Allan Jacobs. Irwin Schiller, social chairman : Donald Granbois. treasurer 
Bottom rote: Allen Sered. Charles Dow. Franklin Levine. Allen Cohen, Lawrence Cooper. Larry Geer, Sam Myers, William Lovett 
Not in panel: Richard Pohl, Wesley Froehlich, secretary 






Top rote: Forrest Laverne Gillespie, Cletus Schertz, Richard Duvick, Verlan Heberer, Clarence Schlueter, Alien Speckman, Kenl Chidley 
Second row : Howard Malstrom, Ryland Webb, William Burgess, Norman Hughes, .Jerry ECuykendall, Holland Bettitt, Donald Jones 

Bottom row: Ronald Peters, pledge master; Elmer Gerlach, rirr president; Donald Masters, president; Jerry Steffen, secretary; Charles Lewis, historiai 
Melvin Schlueter, social chairman 



Nabor House 



si i West Oregon 



Newman Hall 



604 East Armory 



Top row: Michael Sweeney. Harold Rolseth, Charles Flagler. John Grimson, Mark Hannan, Joseph Gawronski, James Brodnicki, Robert Kautzi. Jack 

Stemberger, Theodore Martin. John Zinkus. Joseph Meisenheimer, Robert Keough, William Hegg 
Third row: Richard Maloney, Richard Beckmann, William Lorenz, Morton Zimmerman, Barney Offerman, Robert Delcour, Charles Hamed, Daniel Petro- 

milli, John Valesano, Robert Olmsted. Paul DiSalvo. Martin McAdams. Eugene Kersting, Ronald Bauer 
Second row: Ramon LaRusso, Richard Takacs, Fred Vaisuil, Nicholas Kirby, treasurer; Eugene Nykaza, president; Rev. O'Rourke, Rev. Duncan, Rev. 

Taylor. Joseph Klapkowski. rice president; Donald (loss, recording secretary; Roy Kasten. Donald Flaherty. Carlos Pinzon, Robert Curley 
Bottom row: Alfred Dierkes, John Hennessey. William Rohaly. Allen ('arisen. Frank Adleman, Eugene Blunt, Ernest Sims, Lawrence Paulsen, Joseph 

Santangelo, Bruno Pizzato, Cesar Gran ados 



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Top row: Earl Hucker, Richard Phillips. Herbert Siewert, Eugene Hubbard, Jerry Moessner, David Miller, Duncan Livingston, Marvin Trautwein 
Third row: Richard Coster, Bernard Allen. Gerald Totall, Jack Littlcineyer, treasurer; Edwin Graybael, Keith Wilhour, Robert Morris, Charles Fagen 
Second row: Carl liarthelemy, Lee Campbell, secretary; Frederick Mesenbrink, vice president ; Neil Butter, ield, president; Mrs. Mann, John Mil- 
ler, Doyle Webb. Robert Land 
Bottom row: Kenneth Jamison. Daniel Butterfield, Donald Ball, Harry McGhee, Richard Poole. Frederic Barber. Donald Chick, Guy Wilcox 
Not in panel: David Coinings 



Ruste Armes 



404 East John 



Shawnee 



1 (104 West Nevada 



Top row: Charles Bournstine, Reginald Mari. Donald Kries, Robert Bils, Gerald Doty. Thomas Moore, Morten Anderson, Curtiss Van Etten, Robert 
Schrott, Ronald Bocksruker, Darrell Judge, James Carpenter, George Kimber, George Compton, Lester Biefeld, Alan Kent, Laurence Tennyson 

Third row: Clarke Owen, Harry Allen, Thomas Sullivan, James Brown. Dale Reese. Ronald Losee, social chairman; Lester Kramer, president; Glenn 
Abel, athletic chairman; Lawrence Tisserand. secretary-treasurer; Lee Muir, Dale Porter, Eugene Ginther 

Bottom row: David May, Richard Capek, Michael Gaus, Maxwell Poper, Charles Prescott, Kenneth Bryer, Larry Kiefling, James Bettinghaus, John 
Gabor, Harry Kii-liy 

Not in panel: Charles Drewes. Richard Anderson. Arthur Muskat. Richard Holt. John Snndberg, Robert Anderson 



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Top row: Howard Chrietzberg, William Wyatt, Jeft Brooks, Virgil Molinarolo, Gary Singley, August Kunkel, John Boswell, Lloyd Br 

huff. Kenneth Comer, Richard Kemp 
Second row: Bruce Hanson, vice president; Elmer Ewing, Ezra Aberle, treasurer; James Bennett, social chairman; Donald Jessen, 

Jessen. secretary; Byron Winn. Joseph Gaunt, Gordon Beck 
Bottom rate: Robert Lind, Norman Wiertz, Ronald Hewitt, Fred Krause. Paul Wallen, Christopher Kunkel, Deane Keller. William I. elm 



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Sons' Home 



1 1 1 H West California 



Tara Hall 



1202 West Oregon 



Top row: Eugene Simpson, Kenneth Ellis. Larry Collom, Lew Boyd, William Webber, John Jacus 

Stroud row: Thomas Maudlin, Roger Funk, Ronald Rilott, Fred Samuel Snyder. James Wahl 

Bottom row: William Borden. Walter Grahan, vice president; Lee Callahan, president; Gordon Cash, secretary-treasurer ; Gilbert Bay Callahan 

Not in panel: Eldon Whiteside. Donald Kizer, Robert Zimmerman, William Morris. George Piper, David Kiiii:. William Kalbas 




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To/i row: Gene Dixon. Lloyd Gross. John Helper. Robert Quinlan. Pak Woo, James Esarey, Russell Treest 

Second row: Charles Coleman. Robert Hayward, Albert Law, vice president; Harlan Peithman, president ; James Waggoner, secretary-treasurer; Percy 

Hunter, .social chairman ; Ted Morrison 
Bottom row: Harry Gordon Harding, John Cralley, Paul Kermicle, David Doetzel, Hans Stieringer, Harry Jamison 
Xot in panel: William Wood 



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Taj) row: Margaret Parker, Marianne Bradley, Barbara Giese, Joan Andrews. Loretta Vidmont, Betty Snider June Birgerson, Mary Lou Miller. Con- 
stance Cryder, Mary Scone. Susan Woods. Martha Hancock, Kay Bigler, Cleo Magnisalis 

Third row: Josephine App. Patricia Seymour. Alice Mitchell, Jane Marsik. Shiela Shissler. Constance Wildinan. Anzolette Kipper. Carolyn Meyer, Mania 
Rieckman, Phyllis Hasse, Geraldine Dillon. Janice Jordan, Barbara Gail Buckmaster, Paula Miller 

Second ran-: Barbara Schultz, Helen Kay Hine. Margaret Jeanne Hudson. Janice Bleyea, Delores Drennan. Joan Howard. Mrs. Stotlar, Joyce Donner, 
Alayno Ahbe, Lois Gualano, Janet Belyea, Nancy Waxier, Martha Cluverius 

Bottom, rotr: Jacquelyn Vinson. Mary Carol Waxier, Charlotte Crumbaugh, Mary Lou Crumbaugh, Jacquelyn Remade, Nancy Jackson, Patricia Edwards, 
Judith Gates, Mary Jo Con to, Carolyn Greene, Betty Bright, Diane Bracy 

Not in panel: Betty Cook, Janet shissler. Sheila Dalby 



Alpha Chi Omega 



904 South Lincoln 
77 Active Chapters 



Josephine App. recording secretary; Joan Howard, vice president; Lois 
Gualano, social chairman; Joyce Donner. president; Alayne Ahbe. treas- 
urer; Delores Drennan. vice president 






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Janet Beedy, recording secretary; Barbara Holmes, vice president; Bev- 
erly Brown, president; Dotty Robertson, treasurer 



Alpha Delta Pi 



1202 Wesl Nevada 
82 Active Chapters 



Top row: Marianne Jones, Carole Strauss. Linda Allen, Eleanor Larson, Carol Spoonhonr, Valerie Guyer. Lillian Powers, Arlene Elliot, Mary Ann Rogers, 

Juanita Delforge. Joyce Wilson, Sarah MeConnell 
Third row: Mary Ella Collins, Jean Dinsdale, Valerie Kilbnrn. Jean Crowley. Gail Knehnle, Doris Hertenstein, Dolores Bnltinck. Carol Linde, Janet 

Beedy, Roberta Rosecrans, Suzanne Harper, Carol Petelish, Joan Searing. Dorothy Rosecrans 
Secom\ row: Ann Englebrecht, Joanne Salberg, Phyllis Clark, Carolyn Flesher, Barbara Baker. Dotty Robertson. Barbara Holmes. Beverly Brown, 

Louiso Ericsson, Winifred Lambright, Helen Krebs, Patricia Severin, Elaine Presvelos, Natalie Nelson 
llottom row: Alice Van Dyke, Carol McCarthy, Janet Schmitt, Joan Terry. Rose Ann Armstrong. Nancy Stafford, Shirley Green, Carol Hofmann, Carolyn 

Hinton. Sandra Moore. Joan Obarski 



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Top row: Alico Joan Solomon. Claire Siskin, Frances Sochat, Beatrice Lewy, Deborah Danoff, Lois Block, Peggy Robiner, Sandra Herman, Ann Rein- 

heimer, Sue Lurie, Tressa Friedman, Margery Janvey. Marlene Berlin 
Thin', row: Betto Ann Spiro, Marilyn Szold, Arlene Sadev, Barbara Brooks, Patricia Rosenblum, Joan Drucker, Maxine Slack, Tobi Manister, Bonna 

Lederer, Carol Levin, Lois Linsman, Doris Green. Carole Stone, Rita Chanen 
Secoru', row: Audrey Braude, Lois Heifetz, Phyllis Jacobs. Joan Silberstein, Helen Levin, Barbara Calish, Mrs. Mann, Ann Goodman, Joan Kovitz, Ivy 

Lowenthal, Lorraine Borman. Judith Goldfeder 
Bottom row: Rosaleo Katz, Elaine Bernstein, Iris Fegenhols, Merle Levitt, Joan Davis. Dianne Gretnberg, Irma Shainberg, Marcia Friedman, Gloria 

Gould, Ann Lieberman 
Not in panel : Marilyn Lang 



Alpha Epsilon Ph 



904 South Third 
42 Active Chapters 



Standing: Ann Goodman, vice president; Joan Kovitz. secretary; Lor- 
raine Borman, 1 rin.snrer ; Barbara Calish, president 
Seated: Helen Levin, house manager 






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Gail Stoker, rice /iri'sident : Wilnia Halm, recordinij secretary : Nam v 
McGill, scholarship chairman 



Alpha Gamma Delta 



1106 South Lincoln 
64 Active Chapters 



Top row: Shirley Hinners, Virginia Bennett, Suzanne Shepard, Carolyn Loughlin, Barhara Hunding, Ruth Guler, Janet Sandholm, Janice Rosenberg, 

Nancie MacCullough, Beverly Toussaint, Patricia Burt, Elsie Moen, Patricia Fitzpatrick, Marjorie Bezio 
Third row: Minnio Lee Machetta, Joan Devrics, June Grafno. Marilyn Jones, Mickie Frye, Bonnie Bartley, Elsie Kubes, Barbara Andreas. Cynthia 

Monroe, Claris Beeson, Mary Ann Meyer, Sarah McAllister. Charlotte Millbrook, Janet Schleicher, Judith Desch, Lois Rudelius. Audrey Johnson, 

Joan Gruenewald 
Second row: Nancy Aniin, Yvonne Gouchenour, Beverly Reeves, Nancy Buck, Marilyn Conlin. Nancy McGill. Miriam Ernst, Mrs. Hayes, Gail Stoker, 

Wilms Hahn, Beverly Egland, Virginia Robinson, Marilyn Sundquist. Joan Wohl, Josephine Leaf 
Bottom row: Caryl Fisher, Carolyn Miller, Joan Kamerer. Carole Cockerill, Shirley Trueblood, Mary Granburg, Elizabeth Shewman, Lois Limberg. Sally 

Walker, Jaccpielyn Smith. Helen McFarland, Carolyn Sackrider, Nancy Davies, Rhea Mackey 



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Top voir: Jean English, Shirley Cartman, Sydnetta Garette, Joanne Miller. Barbara Anderson, Annie Toles, Elizabeth Thomas, Dolores Brownlee 
Third row: Mildred Carter. Marie Johnson. Patricia Hardiinan, V id jean Jones, Arclialene Amos, Hetty Vickers. Gwendolyn Ellison. Audrey Tyler 
Second row : Joan Tyler, Minnie Talley. Sylvia Ann Rainey, Mrs. Gordon, Jean Ann Pierce. Barbara Shannon. Dorothy Jordon. Doris Wilson 
Bottom ran-: Willie Marie Frazier, Mae Smith, Bettye Benson. Carol Ballinger, Eleanor Banks. Lois Ann Smith 



Alpha Kappa Alpha 



1201 West Stoughton 
238 Active Chapters 



Toil row.- Doris Wilson, corresponding secretary; Jean Ann Pierce, 

president; Joan Tyler, secretary 
Hollow row: Minnie Talley, treasurer; Sylvia Ann Rainey. socio! chair 

mini; Barbara Shannon, vice president 



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Standing: Barbara Nicely, vice president; Doris Adamson, president; 

Gale Brittin, treasurer 
Seated: Joan Locker, recording secretary; Suzanne Ralston, scholarship 

chairman 



Alpha Omicron Pi 



706 South Mathews 
50 Active Chapters 



Top row: Mary Lou Marshall, Peggy Hoover, Ernestine Dewhirst. Mary Malantis. Carol Dunivant, Jane Peters. Mary Ann McClure, Louise Hollen- 
steiner, Sharlene Meyer. Ann Davis, Lola Hetty Burkhardt, Nancy Potter, Frances Shaw 

Thin', row: Nancy Brock, Dora Fishel, Carol Morris, Joan Canada, Margaret Akey, Mary Jane Fishel, Sandra Weber. Betty Jo Vance, Shirley Huber, 
Shirley Aschenback, Karen Holmes, La Vaun Schild 

Second row: Zoo Nelson, Janice Sullivan, Joan Weber. Jean Plumb, Joan Locker. Suzanne Ralston, Doris Adamson, Barbara Nicely, Jean liowen, Ji.il 
Arensman. Wanda King. Carolyn Johnson, Gale Brittin 

Bottom row: Marthe, Rosehraugh, Katherine Sohbs. Barbara Morris. Wilma Allen, Jane McCaughey. Elizabeth Hopkins. Eileen Sampson, Phyliss Wil- 
liams, Nancy Miller, Judith Floyd. Marilyn Perry, Barbara Brown 



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Top row: Dorothy Parsons, Diane Duncanson, Suzanne Roe, Suzanne Meloan, Susan Brown. Ramsey Ayer. Nancy Hoover, Mary Ellen Young, Patricia 

Thudium, Jacqueline Mash, Lynda Couch, Marion Achor, Patricia Newkirk, Valinda Jenkins, Yvonne Perkins 
Thin', row: Jacquelyn Jones, Shirley Spencer, Ruth Barrie. Ruth Woll, Elaine Bland, Kathleen McNamara, Mary Jean Crawford. Kay Ekstrand, Diane 

Johnson, Mary Louise Rice, Carol McCradie, Marion Teeuws, Norma Dietz, Alice Keller 
Si, -nut', row: Martha Ann Roe, Sabra Mills, Betty Jean McDougall, Marilyn Hallberg, Barbara Gates, Donna Frame. Elizabeth Palmer. Carol Shunneson, 

Greta Erickson, Donna Browne, Elizabeth Meek, Peggy Dewald. Mary Jane Nelson 
Bottom row: Delina Mills. Patricia Whealon, Barbara Nelson. Suzanne Jones. Greta Ann Wilgus. Marcia Stenberg. Barbara Nelson, Mary Jane Welch, 

Shirley Borsini, Sara Knodell. Diane Reich, Jorjean Krumm. Mary Jean Barrie 
Not in panel: Marianne Denton. Mary Lou Tullock 



Alpha Ph 



508 East Armory 
49 Active Chanters 



Top row: Elizabeth Palmer, president; Barbara Gates, scholarship 

chairman; Mary Jane Nelson, social chairman 
Bottom row: Carol Shunneson, treasurer; Donna Frame, vice president ; 

Greta Erickson, secretary 






376 









Standing: Harriet Seymour, corresponding secretary; Lois Stuenkel, 
recording secretary 

Seated: Margnrite 1 iomberg, vice president; Helen Immonen, presi- 
dent; Joan Prindiville, treasurer 



Alpha Xi Delta 



715 West Michigan 
75 Active Chapters 



Top row: Rosemary Young, Sue Hutchinson, JoAnn Scoggins, Bernice Johnson, Patricia Firebaugh, Janet Morthorst, Doris Pickens, Carolyn Holm- 
strand, Fay Nichols. Diane Zaremba, Patricia Burian 

Third row: Jane Poole, Alice Luckow, Joan Busch, Mary Lou Richie, Ruth Winter, Helen Dowell. Jacquelyn White, Charlotte Fitzpatrick, Harriet Sey- 
mour, Dawn Wolfe 

Second rote: Mildred Barnhart. Frances Harding, Florence Walters, Lois Stuenkel, Margurite Blomberg, Mrs. Field, Helen Immonen, Joan Prindiville, 
Anne Heitzman. Olga Kiewetz. Marilyn Schaefer 

Bottom row : Adrienne Eames, Joyce Booth, Elizabeth Sturm, Carol Halverson. Norma Martin, Marie Melville, Drue Wolfe. Jessie Wisegarver 

Not in panel : Bea Ann Van Denburgh 



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7'o,> row.- Lois Enright, Irene Mathews. Arlys Nitsche, Elinor Bieneman, Patricia Killey. Ruth Andrews, Georganne Riley, Barbara Flitcraft, Nancy 

Mohla;", Karel Kainerer, Peggy Anderson, Emily Hanafee, Marjorie Down, Patsy Hopper, Mary Marmion, Gloria Trader. Verna Corley, Gwendolyn 

Tyner, Reva Geraldine Garrison, Marilyn Berbaum 
Tkirfi row: Camillo Kirchner, Barbara Schedel, Mania Robinett, Jane Eliot, Patricia Wadsworth, Julia MacKnight, Joyce Chalcraft, Marlene Kimbark, 

Beverly Lemmon, Mary Julian, Catherine Cartland, Ann Taylor, Joanne Brekke. Marilyn Wandling, Challie Hall, Marilyn Helm, Carol Janson 
Second row : Joan Czekala. Cecile Gagan, Jean Kennedy, Carol Bauer, Margaret Schlemmer, Sally Hager. Jane Funkhouser, Mrs. Ross. Jane Lee, Rose 

O'Neill. Carolyn Krimhill. Janet Parker, Jeanne BeDell, Beverly Brown 
Bottom row: Joan Burch. Beverly Dornoff, Marjorie Knudstad, Margaret Vest, Babette Hettinger, Jackalee Gleason. Janice Peavler, Dianne Pierre, 

Shirley Gaghen, Sara Barry 
\o' in. pa ill : Shirley Robinson, Shirleyann Jones. Martha Glisson. Sara Hayes 



Chi Omega 



907 South Wright 
1 12 Active Chapters 



Top row: Rose O'Neill, secretary; Jane Funkhouser. president; Jane 

Lee. vice president 
Bottom row: Carolyn Krimbill, pledge mistress; Sally Hager, treasurer 









378 









Standing: Phyllis Shepherd, marshal; Betsy Yeatter, secretary 
Seated: Marilyn Kearns chaplain; Patricia Haselwood, vice president; 

Mary Mifflin, president 



Delta Delta Delta 



508 Bast Chalmers 
96 Active Chapters 



Top row: Barbara Roberts, Shirley Stuber, Glenda Grant. Betty Cavitt. Mary Westbrook, Carol Park. Doris Archibald, Carol Phillippi, Shirley Lewis. 

Carolo Scherwat, Barbara Henley, Barbara Ahrens, Carolyn Griffin 
Third row: Patricia Alfonsi, Jo Sweney, Patricia Plumb, Joan Schmidt. Diann Hansen. Phyllis Bellamy, Virginia Deeds. Jean Elliott, Nancy Doty, 

Mary Grimes, Dorothy Hartigan, Betsy Yeatter, Betsy Brown 
Second row: Lucy Carey. Phyllis Shepherd. Nancy Yoder, Marilyn Polk, Marilyn Kearns. Mrs. Thompson, Mary Mifflin, Patricia Haselwood, Barbara 

Maas, Joan Martin, Jean Hodgson 
Bottom row: Geraldino Brown, Gloria Cohen. Mary House. Carole McCarthy. Patricia Larsen, Barbara Calvert. Patricia Jewell, Nancy Lehmer, Lois 

Senne, Marian Pytlik. Jane Murphy. Nancy Salkeld 



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To)> row: Shirley Wennerstrand, Joan Sullivan, Andrea Gunn. Marilyn Momma, Janice Kisten, Joyce Hansen, Barbara McNeill, Kathryn Sprague, 

Dorin Stricland, Judith Gilman, Barbara Arnold, Carol Ann Krause, Marianne Schrader, Charlotte Buna 
Third voir: Betty Robinson. Suzanne Turner, Sue Huinineland, Dorothy Figge, Patricia Robinson. (Mare Siewart, Isabelle Peck, Barbara Gleason, Joanne 

Hagnauer, Patricia Moore, Mary McNeill, Susan Stanley, Diane Bichburg, Tala Brinker 
Second row: Margaret Conlin, Muriel Richburg, Barbara Robinson, Mary MacTaggart, Janet Conger, Beverly Dady, Mrs. Fowler, Jane Parthemer, 

Sandra Anderson. Joan Harrison, Lois Lindsey, Shirley Lindblad. Doris Lightfoot 
Bottom row: Ann Keith, Shirley Clinard, Nancy Casler. Judith Marshall. Barbara Standard, Elizabeth Hoel, Barbara Baxter, Frances Corcoran, Joyce 

Arnisworth, Judith Finn. Barbara Lindgren, Gloria Fogarty 
Not in panel : Susan Hays 



Delta Gamma 



1207 West Nevada 
74 Active Chapters 



Top row: Mary MacTaggart. Joan Harrison. Muriel Richburg. Shirley 

Lindblad 
Bottom row: Barbara Robinson. Lois Lindsey. secretary; Janet Conger. 

Beverly Dady, president 






380 






Marita Mittelman. vice president ; Marlene Preston, pledge master; Ann 
Yc>niiL">rinan, president; June Mansbach, treasurer; Sheila Epron, secre- 
tary 



Delta Phi Epsilon 



47 East Chalmers 
22 Active Chapters 



Top row: Hinda Goldman, Janet Silverstein, Marian Reinitfer, Louise Lurie, Aileen Chayken, Elaine Bresman, Sally Greenberg, Marsha Freedman. Bar- 
bara Baiman, Lorraine Kostinsky, Ann Nemeroff. Jacqueline Field, Anita Bitkower 

Third row: Diane Mnookin, Eva Heldisheimer, Harriet Goroway, Roberta Kornfeld, Jane Penn, Barbara Coe, Roberta Weingart, Carol Hyman. Janice 
Glaser, Phyllis Young, Sally Alex 

Second row: Carol I an off, Phyllis Rognl, Sheila Epron, Martha Frances Culbert, Ann Youngerman, Mrs. Schulman. Maita Mittelman, Marlene Preston, 
June Mansbach, Mona Amtman, Joyce Endler 

Bottom row: Anita Zoller, Sirella Schwartz, Beth Greenberg, Marcia Finkelstein, Carole Perrye, Carol Berkley. Carol Newman, Beverly Miller, Jeanette 
Gross, Sandra Weinper 



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Top row: Theresa Fambro, Anita Officer, Christine Dickerson, Babette Hudson, Myrna Butler, Florence Overstreet, Lucille Higgins, Barbara Townes 
Second row: Uelores Storman, Cordelia Wnson, Evelyn Harris, Yvonne Springer, Lois Mitchell, Barbara Lawrence. Fredricka Teen. Vivian Cameron, 

Doris Pearson 
Bottom row: Joyco Jones, Vivian Adams, Muriel Lawrence, Laneenier Swain, Miss Scott, Marceline Sykes. Lillian Adams. Bernice Perry 
Not in panel: Mary Green, Mildred Evans 



Delta Sigma Theta 



905 West Oregon 
210 Active Chapters 



Standing: Lillian Adams, vice president; Barbara Lawrence, parlia- 
mentarian; Joyce Jones, social chairman 

Seated: Muriel Lawrence, recording secretary; Laneenier Swain, presi- 
dent; Marceline Sykes, treasurer; Bernice Perry, corresponding 
secretary 






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standi, if/ : Janet Barker, social chairman; Jeanne Frk-ke, corresponding 

secretary; Mary Ann Lacy, pledge trainer 
Sealed : Donna Duerwachter, recording secretary; Louise Zingrone, 

tr'asurer; Ferol Martin, president 



Delta Zeta 



710 West Ohio 

77 Active Chapters 



Top row: Jeanette Saule, Anne Kunstman, Elsie Kruinpe. Eleanor Jane Edwards, Marianne Kreiling, Stephanie Kusek, Ertha Ann Johnson. Norma 

Forbes, Ann Smith, Marietta Zimmerman, Shirley Heinz 
Third row: Mitzi Miller, Joan Beatty, Megan Schiefer. Sandra Racine. Beverly Bryngelson, Jane Sweidal, Mary Eliopnlos, Jane Porter, Janet Zink, 

Nancy Bach, Elizabeth Ballog, Mary Lou Northcliffe 
Second row: Margaret Ann Healey, Donna Duerwachter, Louise Zingrone. Janet Barker, Mrs. Bleser. Ferol Martin. Mary Ann Lacy, Mary Eileen Mc- 

Clellan, Jeanne Fricke, Joyce Strong 
Bottom, row: Patricia Jaye, Carolyn Cochran, Belly Briney, Kathleen McMillan. Janice Black. Susan Vibert. Maureen Currier. Marylou McGowan, 

Caryl Hakanson, Donna Ruys 



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Top row: Leo Purnell, Eileen Frieburg, Carolyn Land. Virginia Strohm, Darlene Rohrer, Jane Woelfersheim. Marietta Brothers, Sarah Lou Mefford, 
Clara Downs, Norma Bean, Katherine McVey, Betty Doyle, Jolene Winsauer, Carol Peterson 

Third row: Marjorio Ornellos. Mar.jorie Wilke, Charlotte Mattheis, Barbara Hempstead, Mary Louise Frank, Nancy Claypool, Barbara Victor, Jean 
Migely, Jeannine Burnier, Mary Bills, Jane Coultas, Dorothy Martin, JoAnn Buske. S\isan Koch. Miriam Behrens, Georgia Hall 

Second row: Miriam Carpenter. Joan Noble. Marilyn Lowe, Judith Lindstrom, Jane Rendleman, Sara Davidson, Mary Crawford, Jeannien Gustavison, 
Mrs. Telling. Marilyn Hartley, Joan Bruder, Marilyn Chambers, Laura Mollet 

Bottom row: Shirley Krull, Joyce Flynn, Rosie Stuebe, Diane DeVry, Miriam Lamar, Jaci Grear, Gene Stimart, Rhoda Willey, Beverly Menz, Ann Bran- 
nan, Nancy Bowen, Elizabeth Yanson. Marjorie Goodendorf 

Not in panel : Carolee Little, Marylee Mefford, Carol Osborn 



Gamma Phi Beta 



1110 West Nevada 



Top row: Barbara Hempstead, treasurer ; Carolee Little, house manager; 
Jane Rendleman, pledge adviser; Marilyn Hartley, rushing chairman 

Bottom row: Nancy Claypool, scholarship chairman; Jeannien Gustavi- 
son, president; Joan Bruder, recording secretary; Laura Mollet, 
vice president 






384 






Top row: Nancy Rynearson, corresponding secretary ; Louise Drechsler, 
treasurer; Frances Little, president; Laura Donagher, recording 
secretary 

Bottom row: .Mary Kent, chaplain; Betty Berryhill. vice president 



Kappa Alpha Theta 



611 East Daniel 
76 Active Chapters 



Top row: Gloria Steger, Doris Drew, Suzanne Culhbert, Evelyn McCreery, Clarissa Adams, Susan Olmstead, Julia Gerstenberger, Donna Wilson, Kathryn 

Kile, Suo Anderson, Elizabeth Starr, Jeannette Mathews, Mary Ellen Wheeler. Galey Shappert, Nancy Nickol 
Third row: Marlene Ungeher, Virginia Mersbach, Louise Drechsler, Babbette Stipes, Lynne Wonderlin, Florence Kraabel, Colleen Leahy, Jean 

Weiss, Cynthia Shorb, Mary Alice Huyler, Ruth Mautz. Jerry Bond, Jeanette Gerdes 
Second row: Martha Schueler, Barbara Krueger, Patricia Scott, Jeanne Dickson. Nancy Rynearson, Betty Berryhill. Mrs. Harlow, Joyce Hays, Carol 

Conard, Barbara Huth, Wanda Bash 
Bottom row: Janico Donagher, Sandra Maurer, Alice Bower, Miriam Redpath, Sandra Haussermann. Noel Hurd. Mary Elizabeth Alexander, Marilyn 

Beinhauer, Jeanne Hilton, Marilyn Reinhart, Jayne Whitney, Jean Simon, Virginia Thompson 
Noc in panel : Laura Donagher, Mary Kent. Frances Little, Ann Babb. Judith Hoggatt, Sandra Smith 



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Top row: Jano Weigand, Nancy Crow, Nancy Vesely, Betty Keene. Judith Peterson, Katherine Dotter, Vera Saline, Juanita Follmer, Joan Holin, Barbara 

Baudino, Jano Rigney, Barbara Neal, Marilyn Miller, Judith Heien 
Third row: Janet Thorngren, Terryl DeLong, Barbara Kapp, Elizabeth Bachman, Barbara Barnes, Nanette Klinkey, Dorothy Joan Watson, Marian 

Stewart, Jeanne Holmes, Marilyn Brummer, Leonide Gaines, Joanne Weaver, Janet Green, Ceila Concialdi 
Second row: Carol Ann Davis, June Weiland, Harriet Beaudoin, Mary Ann Kula, Dolores Moser, Nancy McCarty, Mrs. Curry, Genevieve Gould, Carol 

Ewing, Laurel Rich. Rita Sheehan, Doris Dusenberry 
Bottom row: Joan Albert, Lynne Johnson. Marilyn Zellers, Yvonna Luttrell, Dorothy Wolf, Mary Jane Stark, Margaret Lynett, Eleanor Kraus, Donna 

Hansen, Yvonne Cnlverson, Marika Adam, Barbara Worth 
Not in panel : Dorothy Kaufman 



Kappa Delta 



1204 South Lincoln 
82 Active Chapters 



Standing: Jeanne Holmes, assistant treasurer; Elizabeth Bachman. 

scholarship chairman; June Weiland, secretary; Genevieve Gould, 

president ; Joan Holin, rushing chairman 
Seated: Nancy McCarty, vice president; Harriet Beaudoin, treasurer 





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Top row: Jane Ludtke, vice president 
Bottom row: Nancy O'Connor, pledge 
president; Elizabeth Mace, treasurer 



Kappa Kappa Gamma 



1102 South Lincoln 
82 Active Chapters 



Top row: Muriel Boehl, Joan Barabe. Jeanne Berger, Nina Temple, Shelley Chase. Jacqueline Wood, Ann Phipps, Joyce Winkler, Joan Dodds, Sarah 

Ford, Mary Dinsmore, Sally Dillard 
Third row: Jane Whitmore, Ann Thayer, Sallie Young, Jean Albro, Barbara Cross, Joyce Wiese, Ruth Wylie. Claire Yogt, Jeanne Cameron, Nancy 

O'Connor, Sandra Smith, Sandra Mergette, Marilyn Jane Gray, Leslie Ator 
Second row: Jano Munsterman, Diane Campbell, Grace Snyder, Mabery Rosann Gelvin, Elizabeth Mace, Jane Ludtke, Mrs. Jordan, Barbara Bennett, 

Donna Simenson, Carol Brown, Anne McElroy, Janet. Wisely, Margaret Turnhou 
Bottom row: Catherine Cecily Howard, Elizabeth Griffin, Joan Stenger, Carol Wendnagel, Marilyn Smith, Jeanne Miller, Judy James, Shirley McYicar, 

Alleno Brodnax, Eleanor Mayne, Joan Frazier, Celia O'Keefe, Barbara Mangier, Doris Yogt 



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Top row: iayo Quirk, Juanita Abbott, Mildred isobbins. l arol uodey. Alar.iorie r lorinan, ivonne rry. Joan smith 

Third row: Toni Hribal, Norma Murvin, Joanne Daigle, Magel Krummel, Eileen Hall. Ramona Reynolds, Clierie Lyford, Shirley Krummel 
Second row: Marjorie Saner. Nancy Andrews, Mary Martin, Caroline Cramer, Sarah Council, Barbara Somers, Eleanor Mainey, Barbara Fedor 
Bottom row: Sheila Fleming, Marilyn Werner, Patricia LaMantia, Beverly Black. Kalah Roeder, Yasuko Ono, Nancy Thomas, Jeanne Rogers 
Not in panel: Joan Cramer. Elsie Newberry 



Phi Mu 



1010 South Third 
70 Active Chapters 



Caroline Cramer, president; Sarah Council, vice presdent; Barbara 
Somers. secretary; Eleanor Mainey, rushing chairman; Barbara Fedor, 
treasurer 



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Toyi row: Roberta Sharfirian, scribe; .loan Kohlenbrener, pa«( /jresidcn! : 

Rivia Fersl. scholarship chairman 
Bottom row: Barbara Right, bursar; Zora Dorfman, archon; Jacqueline 

Margolin, vice archon 



Phi Sigma Sigma 



306 Gregory Drive 
:s7 Active Chapters 



Top ran : Gloria Kroll. Sandra Lipsitz, Judith Levine, Helen Goldberg. Lois Greenberg. Renetta Greenberg, Roberta Preidman, Janet Le.f 

Thirt't row: Sandra Levin, Paula Schneider, Joan Lewis, Sandra Greenbaum, Lois Kroll, Roberta Chait, Joyce Mashbitz, Renee Grauer, Iris Dloogatch, 

Eleanor Eisenstein 
Second rote: Iris Nudleman. Delores Chenkin, Marilyn Wolfson. Roberta Sharfman, Jacqueline Margolin. Zora Dorfman. Barbara Right. Rivia Perst, 

Joan Kohlenbrener 
Bottom rote: Suzann Sentnria. Lois Siteinan, Ruth Agruss, Joyce Guttinan. Eleanor Kaye. Gloria Berger, Betty Phillips. Felice Banalin, Judith Eisen- 

stadt, Adrienne Bernard 



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Top row: Judith Beatty, Mary Ann Litherland, Barbara Johnson, Jane Thiem, Constance Kull, Gail Furnall, Mary Sue Boekewitz, Donna Cadwallader, 

Carol Cox, Alice Turner, Jo Davidson, Janet Weiser, Marise Ratzesberger, Margaret Pool, Elaine Skadberg 
Third row: Emily Ann Ward, Marlyn Kasson, Lynn Miller, Anne Beanblossom, Barbara Webber, Sally Sanford. Mary Lou Heatherly, Jane Hayes, 

Marnp, Brewbaker, Cynthia Dolan, Marilyn Webber, G-wen Peterson, Karen Smith. Sharon Mayhall, Judy Powell, Joy Gilpin 
Second row : Shirley Gould, Kathleen Spaulding, Marlene Pierce, Helen Parkes. Shirley Locke, Barbara Schmitt, Carol Seibert, Mrs. Taylor, Eileen Nor- 

cross, Ruth Getz, Sally White. Mary Ruth Tate, Carolyn Emons, Rachael O'Byrne, Ruth Parkes 
Bottom row: Martha Hynds. Alice Stewart, Charlotte Jones, Joan Groth, Jo Ann Stork. Barbara Bell. Margaret Gaul. Martha Sanford. Carolyn Tenney, 

Constance Tazewell. Ann Shilladey 
Not in panel : Myrian Baker. Mary Sanford. Jeanne Brunkow. Patti Ryden 



Pi Beta Ph 



1005 South Wright 
98 Active Chapters 



Standing: Barbara Schmitt, treasurer; Carol Seibert, president; Mari- 
lyn Webber, pledge supervisor 
Seated: Mary Ruth Tate, rushing chairman; Ruth Getz, vice president 






390 






Naomi Rosen, secretary; Marilyn Meiselman, 
president; Ethel Mae Karon, vice president; 
president 



treasurer; Helga Czerner, 
Joan Mandel. second vice 



Sigma Delta Tau 



1104 West Nevada 

28 Active Chapters 



Top rote: Helen Dawn Grousd, Betty Marshall. Anne Stern, Beverly Wright, Deborah Grollub, Audrey Rosenberg, Enid Sosna, Carol Goldberg, Sherry 

Zweig. Lois Mora. Tobi Zuieback 
Thirc', row: Nancy Bornszak, Marlene Minsky. Roberta Skolnik, Jean Nhanberg, Bonnie Engler. Esther Urdangen, Joan Engel. Ann Sternberg. Babette 

Waldman, Marlene Treger, Diane Evans, Joyce Hamburg 
Second roiv : Claire Somerfield. 15etty Keefer, Marlene Lask, Naomi Rosen, Joan Mandel, Helga Czerner, Mrs. Horowitz, Ethel Mae Karon, Marilyn 

Meiselman. Sandra Cohon, Suzanne Cohen, Babette Bomash 
Bottom voir: Carol Salmon. Renee Duore, Enid Weinstein, Rosalie Librach, Arlene Freed. Marian Osheroff, Judith Sandroff. Leita Klein. Sandra Krant 
Not in iianrl : Toby Greenman. Annette Teitlebanm 



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Top row: Jacquelen Devanny, Carole Crisp, Kay Robinson, Ann Yodak, Marjorie Wiegand, Janice Lindeman, Janet Olson, Sue Grunwald, Emily Beggs, 

Charlotte Phillips, Sandra Burkhardt, Beverly Galvin 
Third row: Frances Loitz, Patricia Struth, Janet Steam, Joyce Sternaman, Komeyn Schrock, Ruth Romoser, Margaret Stone, Elinor Brown, Phyllis 

Birtwell, Carol Peterson, Darlene Munts, Helen Artigues 
Second row: Darleno Dosier, Lois Johnson, Mary Allen, Susan Smith. Margaret Birtwell, Mrs. Buckley, Virginia Ritson. Barbara Stinson, Doris Netzer, 

Ramona Sedlacek, Florence Gothwaite, Marilyn Welsch 
Bottom ron-: Lois Moffett, Meline Pilibosian, Joanne Forsberg. Carolyn Brehsiner. Carole Truckenbrod, Susanne Ewing, Marie Fisher, Alice Rudwall, 

Miriam Smith, Janet Smith 
Not in panel : Betty Western 



Sigma Kappa 



713 West Ohio 

61 Active Chapters 



Ramona Sedlacek, corresponding secretary; Barbara Stinson, rii-<- /ire.ii- 
dent; Margaret. Birtwell, recording secretary ; Virginia Ritson, president; 
Susan Smith, treasurer ; Doris Netzer, pledge trainer 






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Second row: Lois Ganschow, /•"•■• president; Lois binng^t, preside 

June Beilke, alumnae vice president 
Bottom row ; Virginia Davis, secretary ; Vivian Herr, t reasu tee 



Theta Upsilon 



303 East John 

23 Active Chapters 



Fojj roff: Joan Bordes, Roberta Hurst, Mary Jane Gibson, Ellon Lucille Bremner, Elinorjeanne Defibaugh, Tania Zykov, Mary McKinnie, Natalia 

Koehan, Arlene Huddleston, Nancy Danne 
Third row: Joan Mueller, Doreen Soukup, Mary Rich, Carol Link, Trala Larson, Frances McCarthy, Dorothy Jones, Marion Schoene, Marilyn Jones 
Seconci row: Darlene Svoboda. \ ivian Herr, June Deilke, Lois Enright, Lois Ganschow, Virginia Davis, Betty Hartsell 
Bottom row : Virginia Ward, Alice Fulling. Mary Lou Humphreys, Grace Diane Prappas, Ruth Miller, Marilyn Ganschow 
Not in panel: Nancy Heater 



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Top roir: Carolyn Blackard, Alice Ogden, Janet Glawe, Darleen Kennedy. Grace Schlaeger, Sheila Parrish, Marjorie Gower, Sue Ray, Jacqueline Davis, 

Mary Larkin 
Third row: Eleanor Prase. Margaret Curtiss, Betsy Byrnes, Joanne Gillespie, Gloria Czerniak, Mary Sajeski, Marlene Edge, Patricia Smith, Virginia 

Fisher 
Second row: Gloria Gable, Caroline Rees, Jean Frase, Reva Fort, Mrs. Hankins, Rita Evans, Diana Nainis, Lerria Kelly. Harriet Huddy 
Bottom row. Carol Shaefer, Virginia Rexroat, Janet Niebergall. Linda Selders, Lois Kilbnrn, Barbara Weir. Janet Jones. Janet Thurwell 
Not in panel: Arlene Stauber, Joan Sears, Harriett Armstrong 



Zeta Tau Alpha 



808 West Vermont 
92 Active Chapters 



Diana Nainis, vice president ; Reva Fort, treasurer; Rita Evans, /'resi- 
dent; Lerria Kelly, secretary 






394 






Standing: Janet White, social chairma 

Seated: Shirley Jorgensen, president; 

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Barbara Lowis, secretary; Jo 



McKinley Hall 



HOI South Wright 



Top rote: Mary Myers. Patricia Gordon, Barbara Tappan, Mary Soper, Eunice Jean Reace, Jane Greene, Betty Hadley. Ruth Nelson, Beverley Hill. Mary 

Hull, Elinor Clairo Lueking, Virginia Scott, Rita Smith. Isabel Heep, Marjorie Headley, Eleanor Bunting, Nance Postlewait, Barbara Lowis 
Third row: Margaret Huebner, Wilma Manning, Mary Phyllis Wade, Phyllis Dittus. Doris Gerson, Janice Hackbarth, Eva Huffman, Mary Shinn, Jean 

Esther Kendall, Jo Ann Roberts, Marianne Fisher. Lillian Barfod. Patricia Palbicke, Patricia Johnson. Patricia McGee, Patricia Malone, Nancj 

Pugsley, Phyllis Murphy. Lila Rhodes. Mary Butzback 
Second row: Mrs. Phelan, Marilyn Womeldorff, Virginia Ruiz. Lura Link. Althea Rautenberg, Marion Cronkrite, Marlene Miles, Janet White, Shirley 

Jorgensen. Joyce Reace, June M'-Luekie, Dorothy Jean Perdue. Mary Hill. Shirley Armstrong. Eunice Johnson, Marian Anderson, Pearl Mueller, 

Carolyn Sullivan 
Bottom row: Janece Tippy, Martha Ruckman, Ellen Bell. Rosella Ervin, Helen Pierce. Cecile Creath, Nina Wilson, Judith Thomas. Nancy Brown, Ros- 

anne Rezny. Marcia Jane Pritchett, Marilyn McCarville. Barbara Moore, Barbara Straub, Barbara Montone, Dolores Strode. Mary Campbell 



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Top row: Dinnne Glasser. Roquel Price, Mary Price, Dorothy Butler, Ruth Kehart, Ruth Movie, Nancy Barrow, Barbara Bouchard, Velma Sleight, Bar- 
bara Turner, Alice Price, Lois Johnson, Carol Preston. Velma Riley 

Sci-oiu'. row: Lola Kallos, Marilou Punk, Rae Grosch, Margie Kempe, Shirley Bradshaw, Joyce Pickard, Mary McCue, Jean Lamb, Beverly Falk, Janet 
Moldenhauer, Patricia Walgren, Barbara Falk, Emily Kampert, Margery Armstrong, Nancy Berquist, Doris Lokay, Jean Huber 

Bottom row: Jeanne Ascher, Patricia Schumacher, Joan Babb, Arlene Sehuppenhauer, Marlys Nelson, Emma Mollett, Phyllis Anderson, Dorothy Brum- 
baugh, head resident; Julia True. Joyce Davis, Berta Wyant. Patricia Larsen. Lois Williston, Geraldine Augustyn, Dolores Kotsiakos, Jane Klitzing 

Not in panel: Virginia Lee, Augusta Lehman, Dorothy Lescher, Phyllis Levy, Carole Levin, Norma Levine, Carol Lieberman, Barbara Luna, Lois Lundy, 
Andrea Mazzini, Nancy McMillan, Dorothy McNally, Hannah Meilach, Barbara Miller, Lois Miller, Barbara Mohn. Nancy Morris, Muriel Nudleman, 
Audrey Olsen, Juno Peterson, Grace Piorkowski, Therese Piorkowski. Helen Piatt. Selma Quateman, Dorothy Radtke, Barbara Rosenberg, Joan 
Rosenbloom, Marjorie Rosenthal, Charlotte Ross, Janice Rowlands, Lorenza Russo, Patricia Saffer, Arlene Sandler. Lois Schneeberger, Susan Schoen- 
wald, Barbarr. Schwimmer, Margaret. Scott, Mary Shive, Sondra Siegel, Patricia Sievers, Lois Smith, Mildred Soderstrom, Wilma Spainhour, Patricia 
Stapleton, Iris Stein, Maril>n Terry, Frances Torley, Anna Vekich, Doris Valerta, Betty Wahls, Judy Winkler, Alberta Wolff, Frances Woodrum, 
Roberta Zarmin 



Busey Hall 



1111 West Nevada 



Top rote: Margery Leach, treasurer; Jane Klitzing, secretary; Phyllis 

Anderson, president 
Second roir: Nancy Barrow, rice president 
Bottom row: Betty Brunk, .socio/ chairman; Barbara Cross, social 

chairman 
Standing : Juva Cunningham, vice president 





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Busey Hall 



1111 West Nevada 



Top row: Dolores Newburg, Anita Miller, Sydney Edelstein. Shirley Rawlings, Janice Habb, Patsy Hutson. Marian Dorn, Sylvia Dordek, Beatrice Rosen- 
berg, Audre Egelkraut, Carol Malott 

Second row: Merilyn Boock, Patricia Clare, Esther Onimen, Shirley Moos, Alice Clark. Catherine Chentes, Judith Toler, Nancy Carter, Sandra Steinberg, 
Irene Harrington, Beverly Chubat, Joan Veith. Jeannette Burdick, Uemetra Karakonrtis 

Bottom row: Carmelita Konzen, Harriet Hutchings, Eleanor Allen, Carolyn Schwartz, Carol Manion, Sherle Olson, Janet Moeller, Mary Kuchar, Betty 
Brunk, Marjorie Leach, Marlys Munies 

Not in panel: Edith Allen, Archalene Amos, Diane Arenson, Tobey Baer, Joyce Ballard. Bettye Benson. Marilyn Bercher. Yvonne Berntsen, Harriet 
Birnbaum, Patricia Bisknpic, Jean Black, Merle Brown, Shirley Brown, Sandra Brnch. Barbara Cross. Iiiva Cunningham, Bernice Davis. Rozelda 
Dunn, Greta Engst, Marilyn Esh, Carleen Ettinger, Shirley Factor, Marilyn Fadem, Dorothy Faulds, Edna Files, Patricia Fraser, Joan Gerchgall, 
Phyllin Glick, Darleno Goldberg, Eleanore Goldsmith, Mary Gonzales. Dorothy Gross, Dorothy Gunderson, Marilyn Gustafson, Barbara Hagaman, 
Gail Harris, Carolyn Hauptman, Judy Hays, Balfura Henkin, Charlotte Herlinger, Carolyn Horrall, Ruth Howard. Jean Huber, Vera Jacobson, 
Beatrice Jablonski, Mary Johnson, Sylvia Karaken, Pauline Kauffinan, Virginia Kinder. Joy Kranzow, Irene Kuchan. Edith Lefkovits 



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Toj) roc: Helen Cochran. Carolyn Dunham, Bernita Scheiwe, Jane Reed, Vija Liepins, Katherine Smith, Ruth Hook, Lubov Babeno. Janice Feldkamp, 

Virginia Victorine, Elaine Kihn, Margaret Coderre, Janet Hammond, Martha Boren 
Third row: Jean Lane, Eleanor Wilson, Mary Ann Bohbrink, Janice Sotan, Geraldine Hunter. Maurene Kietzman. Mary Ockay. Beverly Whitney, Susan 

Villeneuve, Betty Garcia-Colin, Dorothy Jeffers. Yolanda Cadaval. Irma Williamson. Lucille Buzelli. Joy Alfonsi, Janet Haberkamp, Marilyn Moore 
Second row: Nancy Popel, Alicia Garcia-Colin, June Netzel. Elaine Stark, Nancy Gloh, Afrodite Konstans, Miriam Arentsen, Mrs. Moore, Carol Weinrich, 

Romaine Johns, Kiki Kotsiopoulos. Marilee Winger, Amy Dozier, Lura Sutton. Martha Messner 
Bottom row: Ruth Langham. Ruth Porter. Geraldine Tondi. Marjorie Boyle, Jaqueline Stumbaugli, Donna Drew, Martha Whitmer. Elizabeth Jenner, 

Phyllis Clark, Marilyn Mehlenbacher, Barbara Frank, Marda Hastings 
No? in panel : Merle Grollemond, Virginia Grollemond, Lois Ritchie, Ruth Olson. Mary Haas, Dorsey Davis 



Cagle Hall 



:501 East Armory 



Miriam Arentsen. president; Afrodite Konstans, treasurer ; Carol Wein- 
rich, vice president; Rcmaine Johns, secretary 






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Top row: Adrienne 1 erman, social chairman; Joyce Marcus, president; 

Serene Sachar, vice president; Gloria Dolins, treasurer 
Bottom row: Sibyl Kagen, corresponding secretary; Joyce Leviton, 

freshman adviser; Sandra Romanoff, recording secretary 



EKT Club 



1106 West Oregon 



Top row: Eda Dolins, Gloria Dolins, Serene Sachar, Eileen Fried. Ilene Silver 

Third row: Maurine Weinstein, Ellen Bluethe, Sibyl Kagen, Adrienne Berinan. Lorraine Brodsky. Joan Werner. Ethel Naiditch 

Second row: Helene Kaplan, Lois Lichter. Roslyn Worth. Miss Friedlander. Joyce Marcus, Eileen Golb. Sue Winchester. Sandra Romanoff 

Bottom row: Shiela Colli, Beverly Shapiro, Joyce Leviton, Ila Saunders. Eileen Fish. Judy Reimer. Eve Edelstein 



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To,i row: Joan Cohen, Aya Saiki, Virginia Lange. Elizabeth Oakes, Mary Carson, Marilyn Nelson, Margaret Tracy. Edith Williams, Roxqne Kainni, 
Patricia Vallero, Carol Carlson, Joyce White, Lynn Bryant, Betty Anne Charlson, Wihna Stack, Marcia Saar, Yvonne Seadin, Patsy Conlson 

Second row: Joan Schur, Mary Ann Weber, Anne Moyat, Elizabeth Hines, Donna Beck. Marjorie Oathont, Nancy Dare, Joanne Miller, Joann Glenn, 
Barbara Baldridge, Carolyn Brewer, Joan Lower, Lorraine Geittmann, Helen Andrews, Beverly Acton, Shirley Layman, Fay Wayne, Eva Hirasnna 

Bottom row: Flora Slutzker, Lois Dunn, Janice Harris, Marilyn Gaines. Eileen Ablin, Frances Adams, Dorothy Mielke, Patricia Griffin, Margaret Mulli- 
gan, Delores Pinkston, Erna Westaway, Gertrude Danaher, Beverly Brissenden, Ruth Hortin, Vera Rimnac, Mae Matsumoto, Toni Mancuso, Gloria 
Winkel. Elaine Nishimura. Janet Cox 



Evans Hall 



111:3 West Nevada 



Standing : Beverly Brissenden, co-social chairman; Dorothy Mielke, social 
chairman; Ruth Hortin, activity chairman 

Seated: Patricia Griffin, chairman, hall council; Margaret Mulligan, 
vice president; Alice Cotter, head resident; Delores Pinkston, presi- 
dent; Gertrude Danaher, treasurer 

In, front: Erna Westaway, secretary 









Evans Hall 



1115 West Nevada 



Top roc:: Patsy Hardiman, Bernadine Bernhardt, Bonnie Wall], Mary Ricliiiian. Barbara Bluege, Carol Gurolnik, Helen O'Donnell, Audrey Blumenthal, 
Carolyn Carlson, Dorothy Rinko, Lucille Muz/.arelli. Carol Neureuther, Joanne Riedel. Anne Anderson. Nancy Voknis, Marjorie Oplatka 

Second row: Anita Stahl. Carole Reeinis. Mary Beniac, Barbara Sills, Mary Tressel, Doris Krull, Constance Berutti. Irene Sahlins, Felicia Serafinsky, 
Editha Collymore, Audrey Diakiw, Marilyn Becker, Marianne Rohan. Ruth Gruendling, Dixie Shellow, Janette Bernhardt, Diane ( J I i c k 

Bottom row: Anne Fujita, Miyeko Katayama, Winifred Bodinus, Mary Lafkas. Doris Griva, Laurellen Porter, Rebecca Sargent, Barbara Anderson, Alice 
Cotter, head resident; Ellen Salomaon, Joan Pantke. Shirley Shapiro, Joyce Whitmore, Pauline Weissinan. Barbara Ginsberg, Enid Pontius 




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T«y» row: Charlotte Hogan. Helen Rossetti. Judith Konneker, Rita Schertz, .loan Tate, Anne Lewis. Roberta I'.eitnfolir, Mae Frances Ford, Patricia Ren- 
ken, Marilyn Milleville, Cynthia Traughber 

Third row: Polly Rebecca Sanders. Martha Ruth Large, Martha Bland, Caryl Towsley, Dorothy Drakeford, Janet Bayles, Betty Johnson. Anna Lu 
Meyer, Joyce Bolton, Eva Woodall. Marilyn Morine 

Second roc:: Marjorio Ash. Muriel Faw, Edith Bassler. Barbara Murphy, Darlene Guderjan, Rita Brazier, Shirley Erickson. Jane Brnbaker, Orpha 
Crook. Virginia Sinclair 

Bottom rmr : (ieorgiana Glover, Phyllis Whitehead. Audrey Nelson, Delores Hawks. Julians Ankenbrand, Leon a Jean Webb. Nancy Monroe, Helen 
Brazier. Carol Firth. Marilyn Mieher, Helen Wilson 

Vol in panel: Helen Kroniat 



4-H House 



202 East Green 



Top row: Jane Brnbaker. corresponding secretary; Muriel Faw, house 
manager; Edith Bassler. commissary; Betty Johnson, social chairmen 

Bottom row: Barbara Murphy, recording secretary; Darlene Guderjan, 
president; Rita Brazier, vice president; Helen Kroniat, treasurer 









Standing: Johanna Weisz, secretary 

Seated: Charlotte Bender, vice president; Louis.- Rosengard, president; 
Audrey Braverman, treasurer 



Indeco 



11 Oh' South 'I'liinl 



Top rote: Davida Friedman, Idele. Margolis. Gwen Apjiel. Adrienne Karel. Sherry Soloman, Barbara Bornstein, Joan Brookstone, Barbara Bizar, Anne 

Meyer, Geraldine Taymor, Barbara Schaner 
Third row: Judith Kite. Darlene Schwartz, Lorraine Adatto, Barbara Greenberg, Barbara Cherney, Fern Schemberg, Norma Linkow, Elaine Tunick, 

Paula Forkash, Judy Zucker, Diane Gallay, Judith Sie^al, Estelle Rose 
Second row: Audrey Taymor. Ruth Moll, Donna Portnoy. Johanna Weisz. Charlotte Bender. Louise Rosentfard. Audrey Braverman. Sandra Balin, 

Marilyn Mayer. Luane Falk. Barbara Baheall 
Bottom row: Judith Rosenthal, Nancy Wolff. Lona Shapiro, Charna Sugarman, Nina Schwartz, Malka Mirvis, Betty Lipsitz, Karen Porter, Alice Feld- 

man, Susan Greenfield 
Xot in panel: Evelyn Pildes 



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Laurel House 



:;07 East John 



Top row: Doris Slater, treasurer; Terez Miller, xrcretanj 
Bottom rou .- Charlotte Hell, vice president; Sylvia Bernstein, pre 
Marilyn Brandzel, social chairman 





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Toi' row: Charmaine Husak. vice president; Dolores Siegert, president 
Bottom row: Lucille Martis, treasurer; Carole Podzimek, social chairman 



Leeman Lodge 



309 East John 



Top row: Norma Lurtz, Ruth Rust. Marvel Kesler, Prances Friddle, Barbara Pokorny, Bonnie Easterly, Margery Halterman 

Third row: Barbara Rogers, Beverly Bunting, Marilyn Hinsliaw, Virginia Frank. Margaret Kay. Gladys Whynot, Judith Tarr. Patty McKaughn, Martha 

Simer 
Second row: Carolyn Luton, Carol Woodcock, Audrey Kathleen McCubbin, Lucille Martis. Dolores Siegert, Carolyn Travis. Carole Podzimek, Charmaine 

Husak 
Bottom row: Marilyn Douglas, Shirley Erickson, .Martha Sue McQuown, Beverly Coale, Carol Weinbauer, Cynthia Jordan 



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To/i row: Mildred Schwartz, Audrey Sonberg, Delores Matalin, Joanne Martie, Arlene Hoffman, Nancy G-illespie, Janice Pinsky, Sue Gordon, Myra 

Andres. Sarah Gain, Barbara Rose 
Seventh row: Joyce Grout, Nancy Dpsall, Marian Nelson. Virginia Kock, Carolyn James, Gery Stein, Myrna Campbell, Barbara Lerner, Renate Wind- 

mueller, Margaret Schlaeger, Leila Kaufman, Jean House, Mary Joan Hanafin, Rhoda Denalrirg, Donna Lee Jack, Doris Sutton 
Sixth, row: Phyllis Gordon, JoAnne Kamradt. Barbara Litman. Jo Ann Nehurka. Ruth Ivey, Anna Mover. Florence Overstreet. Jean Richardson, Phyllis 

Janus. Harriet Alpert, Judith Ziedman, Claire Jacobson. Roberta Weiner. Ruth Epstein, Mutya Tirol, Jayne Christy 
Fifth nnr: Dorothy Eckert. Dorothy Marchetti. Diane Lee Asmundson, Audrey Kutilek, Donna Bachnian. Marjorie Main, Merle Smedberg, Sandra Lee 

Schwartz, Mis.-. Farris. head resident; Charlene Kofkin. Joan Truckenbrod, Mary Lou Wise, Nancy Greene, Betty Birkhimer. Gertrude Skinner, 

Donna Corydon, Dorothy Moriarty, Mary Joy Vachta 
Fourth, row: Nancy Gratigny, Margaret Quish, Susan Boyd, Nancy Mongerson, Sara Lee Bergman, Nancy Diedrick, Edith Brockman, Helen Hines, 

Judith Fink, Evonne Lenn, Tbielma Tirol. Charlene Appelbaum, Sharna Susler, Gordana Stojadinovick. Adrienne Smith 
Third row: Patricia Trotter. Bertha Chandler. Carolyn Kolar. Mary Alice Jacobs, Ann Novosad. Nancy Hoyt, Ann Smith, Beverly Thonert, Gloria Haem- 

ker, Willie Marie Frazier, Valjean Jones. Joyce Berger, Barbara Eisendrath, Florence Schwartz, Renee Friedman. Patricia Fulton 
Second row: Geri Wolf. Frances Bennett, Geraldine Werner, Ruth Posner, Lila Davis. Elaine Ruth, Laverne Ruth. Sharon Kruse, Shirley Zetcher. 

Beverly Miller. Davida Solomon. Ann 'Poles, Gwendolyn Ellison 
Bottom row: Barbara Ransdell. Miss Irby. assistant head resident; Barbara Dobrin, Phyllis Orlin. Betty Greenberg, Pern Goldstein. Carole Shanherg, 

Myra Podvoll. Donna Garfield, Judy Trotsky 



Lincoln Avenue Residence 



North Dorm 

100.") South Lincoln 



Geri Wolf, president; 



Top row: Mildred Schwartz, social chain 

Frances Izbicky, secretary 
Bottom roir: Florence Schwartz, vice president; Renate Windmueller, 

committee coordinator; Kathryn Clifford, treasurer 





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Top row: Margaret Dolan, secretary; Wilma Davis, treasurer; Jo Anne 

Saline, president; Dorothy Sylling, committee coordinator 
Bottom row: Karen Krai, vice president; Vivian Kretshmer, social 

chairman 



Lincoln Avenue Residence 



South Dorm 

1005 South Lincoln 



Top rot'-: Dorothy Knller, Mary Groves, Marilyn Lyons, Sharon Gorewit, Roberta Ginsburg, Sarah Elliott, Auguste Lehman. Nancy Clem. Marian Jankie- 

wicz, Jean Wollenhaupt, Marilyn Gillison, Beverly Miller 
Sixth row: Gloria Paxinos, Frances Sherman, Edith Vinik. Lee Armstrong, Francine Hirsch. Barbara Levenson, Judith Rotman, Ruth Westlake, Kuth 

Butler, Mary Morotti, Helen Keith, Exia Hnckel, Anne Learmonth, Shirley Miller, Virginia Halligan, Joan Pilot 
Fifth roc.- Joan Jacobson, Lillian Blustein, Donna Meils, Janet Gronberg, Geraldine Ryndak, Frances Bombino, Ann Winters, Marilyn Koucky, Margaret 

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Thelma Armstrong. Verna Davis, Mary Ka/.arian. Patricia Jensen. Wilma Davis. Miss Thackarey, Vivian Kretshmer 
ird row: Bertha Sternberg, Jerili Romeo, Jean Ayson, Jean Loitz, Sarah Corrigan, Mary Amsteen, Nancy Hilpp, Lois Stansbury, Mary McPhail, 
Margaret Francis, Carol Andrews, Anne Bages, Joan Goodmiller, Marlene Tornow, Helen Farley, Joan Mattson 
Second row: Diane Aimer, Jane Zebrowski, Rae Starr, Barbara Jean Scott, Gloria Becker, Constance Sucherman, Marsha Kanzelbaum. Reeva Katter, 

Bettv Kaiser. Bernadette Rubis. Mary Ann Florio, Floy Rowland, Janice Sielien. Linda Hanson, Sally Ward 
Bottom row: Barbara Weprainsky, Harriet Weinberg, Arline Newman, Joyce Sigel, Sheila Rezman, Manrine Kelley. Rosalie Watkins, Sherri Zuckerman. 

Joanne Lucey, Marietta Kaplan, Bonnie Tianco, Concetta Pecora, Rila Orga, Audrey Grobman, Leonora Stryk 
Not in panel: Jean Tirohn 



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North Darm — Tup row: Eldonna Fisher. Ann Barber, Virginia Poirot, Mary CTffelman, Imoeleanor .limes. SI 

Melms. Audrey Kntilik. Mildred Jemilo 
Seventh row: Roberta Kadison, Hermine Berenson, Carole Puhrken, Marian Blakely, Luis Jacobson, Diane Keer, Yadelle Alpern, Eleda Fenn. Jane King, 

June Mi \Nair. I la Miller. Alice Smith, Marilyn Marehok 
Sixth row: Roby Greenberg, Sarah Allen, Lila Alexander, Nancy Broaddus, Arlene Hershman. Ann Frankel, Barbara Bender, Marilyn Duly, Carole Clark, 

Ann Casey, Joan Altera, Janet Flowers. Mary Gmelieh. Stephie Kiniak, Yvonne Springer 
Fifth roit': Harriet Ward. Use Haupt, Dolores Uebele, Eleanor Willstead, Serna Silverstein, Gloria Filurin, Barbara Lipschultz, Margaret Loucks, Judith 

Zink. Merle Friedman, Phyllis Miner. Barbara Sandquist, Maria Finaldi, Julia Bui bunas, Muriel Wills 
Fourth row: Betty I'erlinutter. Ruth Skadden, Phyllis Anderson, Margaret McLaughlin, Betty Blumenthal, Carol Warren. Patricia McCoy, Elaine Wil- 
liams, Vivienne Rose. Joan Lundstrom, Christine Hansen. Laura Tripp, Sandra Greenberg, Ruby Kallick. Sarah Currier, Joan Woll 
Third raw: Theodore. Tompis, Gerry Charvat, Harriett Dawson. LaDorothy Graves, Beverly Babcock, Lolita Woodard, Ruie Harriss, Kathryn Clifford, 

Marjorio Henn, Frances Davidson. Lois Schulz 
Second row: Jano Miller, Joan Davis, Mary Pinkerton. Athena Yandarakis, Marian Zarit, Lorraine Weinberg, Carol Mayer, Patricia Moeth, Rosemarie 

Zack. Bonnie McManus. Marilyn Brown. Norma McClure 
Bottom row: Carol Rossman. Joyce Adler, Marilyn Scheurer, Dorothea Laiho, Nina Collins, Patti Gibson, Fiances Beyer, Lucile Grant, Leah Truxell, 

Laura Chadwick. Dolores Zajicek 



Lincoln Avenue Residence 



1005 South Lincoln 



Siiiilh Dorm — To/i row: Marcia Leuchter, Barbara Russell. Joanne Puckert, Faith Mitrovich, Joanne Carlson. Anna Mae Bozis, Connie Juliussen, Wini- 
fred Phillips, Barbara Martinec, Gloria Dedrick. Joyce Larson 

Fifth raw: Margaret Graham, Ruth, Metzler, Lillian Holler, Jeanne Rayney, Sandra Simon. Dorothy Sylling, Idelle Friedman, Joyce MacDonald. Mary 
Cheze, Roberts McGill, Carol Lundin. Beulah Goodwin. Janet Wolfson, Lorraine Roulette, Betty Priggie, Sharon Frame. Marjorie Smith, Carolyn 
Campbell, Dorine Chancellor, Lenore Skillman, Mary Betzold, Ruth Norby. 

Fourth row: Jacquelyn Gale, Similar Hirsch, Sarah Carol Coulter, Sylvia Block, Tobey Margolis, Margaret La Rowe. Lila Parker. Sally Reeves, Marion 
l>aus. Barbara Schwartz. Barbara Mangel, -lean Smith. Diane Kelfstrom, Kline Benson, Ann Kuehn, Dolores Brence 

Third roii-: Shirley Stewart. Julia Davidson. Joan Manuel. Betty Vickers, Peggy Handley, Sally Froman. Carol McElhany, Diane Maltas. Cordelia Wil- 
son. Joanne Saline. Shirley Cermak. Lucy Vaegfeld, Georgine Stough, Helen Kausic, Donna Ross 

Second row .- Doris Pearson, Jonne Rayney, Martha Moar, Marlyn Ebert, Carol Stewart. Elaine Jacobs, Maoni Hershman, Marlene Horberg, Joann 
Rezny, Catherine Waldman, Marie Pierobon, Diane Barkei, Claire Erger, Gail Arfstrom, Joan Gujer, Carolyn Rostic, Marianne Olson 

Bottom roc.' Rosemarie Kaye. Barbara Berger, Marie lies. Georgia Miller. Margaret Dolan, Alice Spirakes, Anita Magana, Elaine Zidell, Judith Simon, 
Claudetto Grifsby, Shirley Engelbrecht, Nancy Grossman, Darlene Schuessler, Mary Tappero, Karen Krai 







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Gillen, treasurer 
Seated: Suzanne Simms, secretary; Carolyn Willms, social chairman 



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Sally ZaiiK. Dorothea Dankes. Gretehen Gibbons, Ann Neasle, Barbara Johnson, Joan Lathen, Barbara Dostal, Delores Gillan, Nancy Clark. 
acMiilan, Mary Wheeler, Shirley Searcy, Shirley Giesecke, Diane Hawes, Jean Murray, Ann Beals, Marjorie Thompson, Adair Geiger 



Top row: Dona Carlson. Suzanne Simins. Jacqueline Aldridge, Kay Kramer, Joan Schick, Margaret Dryden, Darlene Zeman, Mary Vibert. Joanne Lime- 

stall. Janice Mathews, Carole Zingheim, Victoria Razmo, Doris Rosenau, Carolyn Willms, Suzanne Shaw. .Mary Zimmerman, Victoria Pappas 
Thin', row 

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Second row: Bonnie Munro. Joan Beckerer, Margaret Beach, Gladys Dodd, Patricia Rzegocki, Barbara Hyzy, Barbara Rooney, Mrs. Phillips, Jean 

Barnes, Jean Noffsinger, Audrey Aulwurm, Audrey Ross. Helen Hill, Carolyn Hart, loan Brown 
Bottom row: Wanda Hainm. .loan Dawson. Barbara Flynn. .Tayne Johnson. Marie Irving, Patricia Bosse, Vera Diemer, Shirley Small. Marilyn Nelson. 

Prances Watkins, Phyllis Erlandson, Verna Dushek. Fern Snider. Josephine Smania 
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7'"/. row: -Mary Berta. Jessie Green, Roberta Edwards, Audrey Swanson, Norma Kuntv.. Nancy I'.olm. Geraldine Knight. Vivian Leverenz, Pauline 

V'arner, Virginia Ostermeier 
Thin', row: Shirley Smith, Shirley Rodine, Nola Knight, Helen Player, Ellen Abbott. Judith Hoffman. Eleanor Rollo, Janet Bradford, Maryruth Wood, 

Ann Matthews, Doris Knox 
Second row: Roslyn Kahle. Isabelle Sorbie. Doris Leith. Jean Walker, Viva Moody. Carolyn Kelly, Mary Armstrong, Peggy Inman, Susan Jennings, 

Betty Jane Terhune, Audrey Decker, Mary Cleland 
Bottom row: Phyllis Stolz. Deidre Cox. Charmian Clem. Marilyn Crawford. Phyllis Hihb. Carol Patrick, Carol Carmean, Shirley Beeson, Beth Feldman, 

Virginia Portney, Geraldine Kruger, Ruth McNab, Enid Ewing 
Not in panel: June Becka, Frances Coleman 



Presbyterian Hall 



405 East John 



Standing: Peggy Inman, vice president; Mary Cleland, treasurer 
Seated: Mary Berta, freshman advisor; Audrey Decker, secretary; Betty 
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Donna Gaddis, vice president; Helen Wasserman, social chairman; Joan 
Fife, treasurer; Mary Melnnis, secretary; Roberta Russell, president 



Sherwood Lodge 



:>1 :; East John 



Top row: Helen Bernoudy, Patricia Koster, Myrna Rasmussen, Eileen Stanock, Maryann Marsh, Sandra Scribano, Arlene Jelenek, Phyllis Todson, 
Marjory Purcell, Mary Mrjenovich, Eileen Sekera, Dianne Baxter. Jeanne Tbormablen, Shannon Murphy 

Third row: Phyllis Kennedy. Marie Yezek. Joy Kallio. Lois Doxey. Arlene Shaddock. Josephine Hendricks. Donna Cowan. Rosemary -Menard. Gail 
MacParland, Jacqueline Blaine. Stephanie Clark, Patricia Brandt, Ruth Robinson, Jeanne Beanchini 

Second row: Margaret Hamnion, La Verne Lanciloti. Sandra Anderson. Roberta Russell. Joan Fife, Helene Wasserman. Mrs. Robinson, Roberta Leon- 
ardo. Jacquelyn Spielinan, Jodell Brewster, Ruth Sabine, Donna Gaddis. Eleanor Bohacek 

Bottom raw: Nina Nilsson, Glorya May. Jaunita Sedziak, Alice Szulc, Joan MacCrimmon, Sbirlene Rush. Barbara Becker. Sandra Kasper. Shirley 
Ray, Theresa Corradini, Charlotte McDonald, Susan Emrich, Joyce Hunter 

Not in panel: Gladys Baumann, Mary Melnnis 



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Phylis Russell, Mary Davis 
Second row: Nancy Jones, Janet Taylor, Doris Crist, Mary Roser, Marilyn Petrini, Virginia Bonn, Lcuise Dusenberry, Phyllis Stern, Patricia Blue, 

Mary Huntwork 
Bottom row: Marlene Shepard, Shirley Wheeler. Joyce Underhile. Wanda Bloomquist, Mrs. Minton, Marie Hedeen. Barbara Jessen, Beverly Blue, Helen 

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Stratford House 



312 Fast Daniel 



Top row: Helen Cartel-, chaplain; Beverly Itlue. social chairman; Marie 
Hedeen. president; .Marlene Shepard, assistant social chairman; 
Barbara .lessen, commissar 

Bottom row: Joyce Underhile, treasurer; Shirley Wheeler, secretary; 
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Top row. Katherine Belief?, Dorothy Englebretsen, Trudi Hoffman, Florence McFarlin. Barbara Kohdy, .Suzanne Leonard, Phyllis Long, Joan Moran, 

Florence Harris, Jeannenne Loar, Diana Sabatello 
Second row: Alberta Schmidt, Joanne Rae. Nancy Wilkison, secretary-treasurer ; Barbara Hill, president; Norma Harshbarger, vice president; Charlene 

Geminn, co-social chairman; Marilou Osinske 
Bottom row: Nancy Newton, Verdean Neill, Barbara Connor, Lnella Hall, Sarah Hodgson, Margery Warfield. Gwendolyn Cantrell, Helen Moody 
I\'ot in panel : Marilyn Hoyt, co-social chairman; Mary Hearing, Virginia Erickson. Colette Wach 



Alcestis 



Alpha House 



1207 West Springfield 



Top row: Shirley Bycroft, Ann Hickman, Irma Lee Payne 
Third row: Wilma Hickman, Nora Crown, Muriel Stark. Reta Miller 

Second row: Anita Lashner, Alice Hudecek, Nadia Strotshuk, Louise Cook, Karyl Sellmyer 

Bottom row: Carol Selle, freshman adviser; Eugenie Jones, vice president; Mrs. Barbre, Doris Sandlund, president : Irene Osvald, secretary-treasurer; 
Connie Ogan. social chairman 





Top row Ann Weaver. Eileen Chapman. Marguerite Maloney, Wylnia Eriekson. Madonna Miller, Norma Jean Koplin, Patricia Moore 

Second row: Susan Woolley, Sue Sehurman, Gloria Wenzel. Jeannette Biedo, Laurel Smith, Suzanne Elfgren, Patricia Biama, Elizabeth Euteneuer, 

Virginia Varney , _, 

Bottom row: Jean Ringenberg, historian: Patricia Paulik, social chairman; Mary Ann Costello, secretary; Ruth Greener, president; Dolores Curry, 

vice president; Kathryn Fitzgerald, treasurer; Myra Teplitz 



Beau Chateau 



20b East Green 



Beta House 



901 South Lincoln 



Top row: Marjorie Ferguson. Alice Shepherd. Stella Lyman. Jean Mowat, Luda Luinys. Elizabeth Real, Francis Otis 

Second roir : Jo Ann Turner, Gwen Kagv, Marjorie McCormick, Janet Vaughn, Judith Smith. Karalyn Schenck, Gayle Goodin 

Bottom row: Marie Hans, Lois Kudzma, freshman advisor; Alice Froehling. .socio/ chairman; Mary Lou Pate, president; Elizabeth Huck. vice president; 

Beverly Wheeler, secretary-treasurer ; Adele Haven 
Not in panel : Vivienne Huffman 




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Top /«(!.■ Jean Kruger, Fern Brase, Roma Underwood, Dorothy Laitchka 

Second row: Nancy Thorp, Pearl Hanebutt, Lorna Hoge, .loan Martin, lSetty .Monroe. Oma Learn 

Bottom row: Charlotto Cloos, freshman adviser; Marilyn Nelson, social chairman; Sally Emrich, president; Marilyn Handrock, pice president; Laura 
Rypstat, secretary-treasurer; Joanne St. Anbin 



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1210 West Springfield 



Host House 



903 West Nevada 



Top row: Donna Dice, Judith Hirshfield, Carolyn Poy, Lois Greenberg, Barbara Smith. Dorothy House. Shirley Kitz. Marilyn Sayers, Arline Schiff 
Second row: Jeanne Dnndon, treasurer; Beverly Renter, secretary; Carol Patterson, social chairman; Mrs. Tillitson. Alice Lakey, president; Naomi 

Bransch, house manager; Shirley Lentz 
Bottom rote: Persis Steck, Jean Grippe, Ruth Albers. Marvis Enquist, Nancy Webber, Jean Knsy 







Top row. Louise Riff, Harriet McLaughlin, Jane Miller, Lorraine Lamet. Frances Gambill, Gwen Suckman, Sharon Feldman. Resa Donatli, Rosalyn 

Plotnik, Sari Rubenstein 
Second row: Barbara Bestow, Rose Balikov, Renee West. Gloria Spear. Bernice Lavin. Mildred Shabelman, Jean Cohen, Rubey Frasier, Marian 

Diamond, Faga Robinson, Annette Premack 
Bottom ma-, Mary Rita Kaplan. Rutli Hull, Rea Aidlin, treasurer; Diana Mintzer, vice president; Ursula Frankel. president; Mrs. Corneil, Gloria 

Cardwell. secretary; Maureen Murphy, freshman adviser; Joan Blitstein, Patricia Waller 



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L116 West Nevada 



Keeler Klub 



909 West. Illinois 



Top roic: Barbara Kaplan, Sue Ann Yaver, Carol Weinberg, Phyllis Krone, Charlene Segal. Arlene Fishman, Beverly Begoon, Lenore Cantor, Sonia 

Fischmann 
Second row: Rhoda Weinstein. Marilyn Schutz, Judith Bremer. Audrey Kramen, Sondra Sharfmau. Caryl Lynn Samuels. Corinne Travis, Elaine 

Gordon, Elaine Jaffe 
Bottom row: Sandee Tatelbame. Janet Cohn. treasurer; Barbara Klein, secretary; Frieda Wallk, president; Maxine Rudman, social chairman; Lois 

Schiff, vice president; Roberta Zimmerman, Joanne Rubin 
Not in panel : Judith Weininger, Elaine Michaels 






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Top row: Phyllis Terrana, Sonja Kuoppala, Carol Riley. Lorraine Debiasio, ELarriette Rabinak, Dolores Lassan, Marianna Wood 
Second row : Mary Weeg, Joan Kirts, Beatriz Fernandez. Sharon Larson, Maroia Werderitsch, Bernadette Perona, Lee Thome 

Bottom rote: Joan Posateri. Margaret Lahey. secretary; Joanne Mover, vice president; Geraldine Caddy, president; Ardell Arniini, social chairman; 
June Kneteineyer. treasurer; Barbara Schoffen 



Lowry Lodge 



1007 South Fifth 



Maids of Palamar 



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Top row : Joan Crane, Marianne Casey. Dolores Ahrens. Mania Hastings, president; Marilyn Kay Shaffer, treasurer; Carol Steers 

Bottom row: Klaine Kihn, Rose Marie Vanillin, secretary; Nanjean Carver, vice president; Janice Runyanl. social chairman; Barbara Frank 



Perseverance House 



1204 West Springfield 



Petite Maison 



40H East Green 



Top row: Louise Zwicky, Norma Francis, Nancy Butler, Eleanor Porter 

Second row: Kathleen Sihauh. Helen Signor, Isabel Robinson, Barbara Kaleta. Joan Potter 

Bottom roic: Susan Crandall, Mary Baird, secretary-treasurer; Anne Potthast, president; Lorraine Hofmann, 
president 



social chairman ; Martha Green, vice 





Top row: Ann Simons. Carol Nydam, Carol Marling, Mary Harlow. Mary Baird, Mary Anno Sehurla, Mary Jane Gholson, Mary Ban noil 

Second row: Dagraar Stibolt, .loan Waitkus, Beverly Sal/.man. Patricia Glyn, Dolores Brown. Mary Ida Jackson. Joan Bliss. Alice Rothcliilcl 

Bottom rote: Barbara Steger. Jean Myers. Janice Whitaker, secretary; Marilyn Minks, president; Frances Clauser, rirc president; Marx Helen Ham 

ton, treasurer; Joan Danielson. social chairman 
Not in panel : Dorothy Stanley 



Price Club 



707 South Sixth 



The Summit 



'J I 'J East Green 



Top row: Caryl Neuhaus, Dolores Pauling. Joan Hradek, Dianne Tostenson, Amelia Gaza, Meralyn Johnson. Gael Greig 

Third row: Joanne Friedman. Romayne Goranson, Gloria Andrews. Cynthia Wallace. Darlene Slant. Shelia Courter, Joan Johnson, Judy Martin. Susa:i 

Blakeslee, Lila Blitsch 
Second roc : Miriam Kite, Marie Paso, secretary; Kileen Grigalnnas, president; Mrs. Abernathy. Barbara Bark, rice president; Joan Melco, treasurer; 

Anna Mae Williams 
Bottom row: Virginia Foertsch, Elaine Miolli, Arlene Wonsoff, Mary Louise Walters, Patricia Burns. Lillian Mackey 



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1'ui> row: Iva Jean Eadie. Kathleen Edmeier, Donna Green. Juanita Campbell, Cecilia Zralka, Nancy Tilroe, freshman advisor; Joanne Clayton, Mrs. 

Hansen 
Bottom row: -Mary Garinan. Joanna McBride, social chairman; Irene Marzano, Betty Siegal, Annette Dober, Lynne Wonderlin, Margaret Rigsbey, 

president; Clarissa Adams 



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Wescoga 



1209 West Green 



Top row: Bette Hammond, Mary Ann Hard, Velma Rnss, Charlotte Cumby, Janice Selle 

Bottom row: Lilo Blasberg, socio/ chairman; Mary Jo Wylder, treasurer; Donna Harmsen, president; Mrs. Holton, Corinne Dinner, secretary; Beverly 

Buder, vice president; Bonnie Nakaimira 
Xot in panel: Gay Hunter 



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Eric Edwin Aagaakd Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau ; Phi Eta Sigma : Pi Tau Sig- 
ma : Illinois Teohnograph (•_', 3, 4); Engi 
neering Council (4); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Tan \u Tau: A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



ClRO Fred Abbate Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Physics Society; Young Republicans Club 
Illinois Institute of Technology 





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Boris Mae Adamson Leonore 

Education 

Eleme n la ry Educa t io n 

Alpha Omicron Pi 

The Daily Illini 11): mini Theatre Guild 

Manager ( 1) : House President (4) ; French 

Club 



Donald ADKISSON Roseville 

Agriculture 
General Agriralture 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha Zeta; Agriculture Club; Hoof and 
Horn Club 

Honors Day (1. 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Akram Sabir Abdul-Kadir. Kirkuk, Iraq 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Moslem Students Associa- 
tion 

American University of Beirut 



Ezra Aberle Thauville 

Agriculture 
Vocational A grirulture 
Son's Home 
Alpha Tau Alpha ; Agricultural Education 
Club 



Alan Alvin Ackekman Peoria 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Anthropology Club: Marketing Club 
Honors Day (3) 



Lillian Hornetta Adams. East St. Louis 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Pi Delta Phi: Women's Glee Club (4) ; Il- 
lini Christian Fellowship (4) ; French 
Club; Young Democrats Club 





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Frank Jerome Adleman. 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman Hall 



.Springfield 



Alice Alayne Ahbe Be* Plaints 

Education 
Chemistry 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Y.YV.C.A. Committee (3); Terrapin (3, 4) 
Lawrence College 



Carl William Ahrens St. Anne 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Sachem; Tomahawk: Phi Epsilon Kappa; 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3): Tribe of Illini; 
Varsity Baseball Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter 
(2, 3, 4); Freshman Varsity Baseball 
Squad; Varsity Basketball (2); Freshman 
Varsity Basketball Squad : Student Reli- 
gious Council (3); Captain, Air Force 
ROTC 
Honors Day ( 1) 



Dale Michel Akers Quincy 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Acacia 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (3) 

Quincy College 



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Richard Walsh Adams Collmsville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



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Robert Reed Adams Affton, Mo. 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Phi Mn Alpha-Sinf onia ; Concert Band (1, 

2, 3, 4); Football Marching Band (1, 2, 

3, 4); Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) 



Vivian Delano Adams. . . .East St. Louis 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correct inn 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Illini Union Committee (1): Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet (3, 4); Campus Chest (1); House 
President (3); Women's Clee Club (4); 
Illini Christian Fellowship (4) ; Panhel- 
lenic Ball Committee (4); French Club; 
Illini Forensic Association; Young Demo- 
crats Club 





Joseph Alaimo Calumet City 

Commerce 
Finance 
Theta Chi 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Finance 
Club 

Indiana University 



Albert William Alhrecht, Jr. .McHenry 

Engineering 

General Engineering 

Granada 

Illini Union Committee (1): Military Ball 

Committee (3) : Captain, Air Force ROTC; 

Phalanx; A.S.M.E. 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



Erwin William Alhrecht 

Arlington Heights 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Dairy Technology Society 



Edward Aldridge Hazel Crest 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 

Theta Xi 



August John Alexander 

Cambria Heights, N. Y. 



Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 



M.I.S. 






Frank Albert Altera Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Accountancy Club; Finance Club; Market- 
ing Club; Rifle and Pistol Club; Society 
for the Advancement of Management 
Her/.l Junior College 



Joan Marie Altera Riverside 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Grinnell College 



Cyrus Andrew Alexander Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
College Hall 
\<;v. Fur Alumni V ■..-.ocn.tion So:i;ty fcr 
the Advancement of Management: Spanish 
Club; Student Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce; Young Democrats Club 



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Nancy Dr Vall Asm Champaign 

Journalism 

Radio 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Theta Sigma Phi: Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) ; 

Women's Gleen Club (1. 2, 3, 4); WILL 

(1. 2, 4) 



JOY Lee Alfonsi TaylorvUle 

Education 
French 

Cagle Hall 
Illini Theatre Guild Crew (4); W.A.A. (1. 
2) 

Christian College 






Charles Melvyn Am funk Waterloo 

Agriculture 

Floriculture 

Graham Lodge 

Phi Alpha Xi; Illini Christian Fellowship 

(2, :'>. 4) ; Arnold Air Society; Floriculture 

Club, president (4) 



Eleanor Doris Allen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Busey Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Star Course Manager 
(2) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 





Allan William Anderson Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Alan Harel Allison East Peoria 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
First Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC : Arnold 
Air Society: Accountancy Club 



Olindo Omero Alo Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Sigma Delta Pi; Orchesis (3, 4); Spanish 
Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Alters. Jr Colfax 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Skull and Crescent; 
Star Course Manager (1, 2. 3, 4); Concert 
and Entertainment Board (4) ; First Lieu- 
tenant, Air Force ROTC 



John Raymond Altenhoff Joliet 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tan Sigma, president (4); A.S.M.E.; 
S.A.E. 

Joliet Junior College 






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Charles Henry Anderson Lineal,, 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Lincoln junior College 



Dean Frederic Anderson Oak Park 

Agriculture 
General A griculture 
Sigma Chi 
Alpha Zeta; Freshman Varsity Cross Coun- 
try Squad ; Freshman Varsity Basketball 
Squad; Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad ; 
IM Rec Board (3, 4) ; Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Phi Chi Eta 
Honors Day (1) 



Edward Lawrence Anderson, Jr. 

Chicago 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Mansion 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Roosevelt College: Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Elizabeth Casler Anderson. . . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
General 
University Chorus (4) 

Transylvania College: American Univer- 
sity; Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



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Gerald Edmund Anderson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Moore Hall 
Illmi Christian Fellowship (3, 4 k Navy 
Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




William Delbert Anderson. .. .Minonk 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Chi 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Freshman Varsity Bas- 
ketball Squad; Freshman Varsity Baseball 
Squad 

Bradley University 



James Russell Anderson . Cleveland, Ohio 
Liberal Arts and .Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Colonial Arms 
Campus Chest (3); University Chorus (3, 
4) ; Junior Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3) ; Edu- 
cation Forum (2): Pershing Rifles; Young 
Republicans Club 
Honors Day (1, 2 ) 



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Nancy Carolyn Andrews Decatur 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Phi Mu 
Illini Union Committee (1) 



John Alfred Anderson. .Cincinnati, Ohio 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Delta Phi 
Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha Phi Omega: Univer- 
sity Choir (3, 4); Men's Glee Club (1, 2. 
3. 4) ; Pershing Rifles 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 





Paul Melvin Aney ChandlervUU 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Theta Delta Chi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nu : Major I; 
Tribe of Illini; Intramural Manager (1, 2, 
3, 4); Senior Recreational Manager (1); 
IM Rec Board (3, 4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2. 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



John Arthur Anderson Radford 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Triangle Fraternity 
Illinois Teehnograph (2. 3); Arnold Air 
Society; A.S.A.E. 




Robert Arnold Anovitz Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Flagg House 
A. I. A. 

Roosevelt College; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Phyllis Jean Anderson Carmi 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Busey Hall 
V.W.C.A. Committee (2); House President 
i4): Concert, Band (3, 4); First Regi- 
mental Band (1. 2); University Choir (I, 
2. 3, 4); Women's Glee Club t'l); Madri- 
gal Chorus (3): Oratorio Society (1) 



Richard Anderson Kinzua, Penn. 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Zeta Psi 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Commerce Council (4); 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Phi Chi 
Eta: Marketing Club 



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Stanley Aloysivs Appelt Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Stanley Earl Arden Chicago 

Law 
Law 
Flagg House 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Delta Sigma; The 
Daily Illini (3); Junior Bar Association; 
Marketing Club; Praetorians 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

University of Wisconsin 



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Robert Harold Anderson Chicago 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Sigma Tan; Chi Epsilon; Freshman Var- 
sity Football Squail; Captain, Armv ROTC; 
Tau Nu Tan 



Sam ira Anderson Glen Elli/n 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Delta (lamina 

Illini Union Committee (2); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1, 2); Campus Chest, (4); In- 

terfraternity Ball Committee (1) 



Sandra May Anderson Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Sherwood Lodge 
Alpha Kappa Delta : Illini Union Committee 
(4) : Illini Theatre Guild Cast (3, 4) ; Uni- 
versity Choir (3, 4) ; Madrigal Chorus (4) ; 
Oratorio Society (2. 3, 4) ; Philosophy Dis- 
cussion Club: Tall Illini Club; Young Re- 
publicans Club 




Jan Elizabeth Arensman. . . .Metropolis 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Phi Upsilon Omicron: The Illio (2); Illini 
Union Committee (1. 2): Home Economics 
Club 
Honors Day (2. 3) 



Miriam Kay Arentsen Ottawa 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Spanish 
Cagle Hall 
Alpha Chron ; Alpha Lambda Delta: Sigma 
Delta Pi: Y.W.C.A, Cabinet (3): Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (2, 3. 4 ) ; House President (4) ; 
Spanish Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Gerald Armentroit. Jr Park Ridge 

Engineering 
Oivil Engineering 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Captain, Air Force ROTC 
North Park College 



Harry Culbertson Armstrong. .Delavan 

Law 

Law 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Skull and Crescent; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (1); 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); Second Lieu- 
tenant. Aii- Force ROTC: Arnold Air Soci- 
ety: Scabbard and Blade; Junior Bar Asso- 
ciation 
Honors Day ( 1) 





Roy Lee Athky South Pel in 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 

University of Florida 



Mary Elizabeth Armstrong Joliet 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Presbyterian Hall 
Sigma Alpha Iota: Concert, Band (2, 3, -1) ; 
University Orchestra (4); Repertory Or- 
chestra (2) 

Joliet Junior College 





Geraldine Rosaly AriitSTVN . . . .Chicago 

Education 

El em cut n rii Ed ucation 

Busey Hall 

Newman Foundation Student Council (3, 4) 

Wright Junior College 



Shirley Asm Armstrong Taylorvttle 

Commerce 
Commercial Training 
McKinley Hall 
Torch; Phi Chi Theta, president (4); Star 
Course Manager i 2 i 
Honors Day ( 1) 





Merwin AusiiANDER Chicago 

Law 
Law 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Men's Glee Club (1); IM Rec Board (2, 
3) ; Ulini Forensic Association 



Ronald Phillips Arnold Villa Park 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 

I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Gilbert Arnold Wheaton 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Beta Theta Pi 

The Daily Ulini (2, 3. 4), Junior Sales 

Mgr. ; The Ulio (1); Second Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC 



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Donald Thomas Austin La Fayette 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
"O" House 
Accountancy Club; Finance Club; Rifle and 
Pistol Club 

Blackburn College 



Raymond Glenn A vischiou'S. .. .Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Delta Sigma Phi 
The Ulio (3); Ulini Union Committee (3); 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3. 4); Freshman 
Week Committee (4): Gamma Delta; Mar- 
keting Club; Young Republicans Club 

Navy Pier Activities: The Brave (1, 2): 
Varsity Golf Squad (1. 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Joseph Malcolm Aronstam Boston, Mass. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Latin American Studies 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Ulini Union Committee (2, 3); Spanish 
Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Tufts College ; Boston University 





Lowell Axelrad Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Society of Illustrators; House President 
(4) ; Captain, Air Force ROTC 



Helen Joan Artigues Urbana 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Sigma Kappa 
Home Economics Club 

Southwestern Louisiana Institute 





Joan Whittier Babb Lombard 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
Busey Hall 
Freshman Week Committee (4); Christian 
Science Organization, president (4) 
Boston University 



Marjorie Fry Ash Clinton 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

4-H House 

Ulini Union Committee (2); Concert Band 

(3, 4); First Regimental Band (1, 2); 

University Choir (3, 4) 



David Kealy Ashbrook Danville 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Star and Scroll; The Ulio (2); Agricul- 
tural Council (2): All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (1, 2); Plowboy Prom Committee 
(1, 2); National Defense Transportation 
Association; Agriculture Club; Hoof and 
Horn Club 




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Edward Louis Bacher Chin/go 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Kappa Sigma 
The Ulio (3): Ulini Union Committee (3, 
4); Commerce Council (3, 4); Marketing 
Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management; Alumni Association Board 
(4) 

Northwestern University, University of 
Colorado 



Arthur Ryan Back Chicago 

( lommerce 
Management 
Delta Sigma Pi 
House President (4): Pershing Rifles; 
Spanish Club 



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Louis Bacle Norwood Parle 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
M. I. S. 

Biavy Fisr Extension of the 1 niversity of 
Illinois 




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Donald Edgar Baldus Belleville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Kappa Sigma 
First Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC 



B yrbara Bahcall Haywood 

Education 
Ele men tn ry Edit ratio n 
Indeco 
Anthropology Club; Teachers-in-Training 
Club 





Sandra Balin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Indeco 



John Kenneth Bailey Cantrall 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Illini Union Committee (2, 3); Mini Rural 

Observer (2): Pershing Rifles; Agriculture 

Club; Field and Furrow; Rural Life Club 



Donald Thomas Baird Kankakee 

Commerce 
Management 
Dornoch 
Sachem; Tomahawk; Alpha Kappa Psi; 
M.I.A. Executive Council (1, 2. 3, 4); 
House President (4); Football Marching 
Band (2, 3); Second Regimental Band (1, 
2, 3) ; Campus Chest, Allocations and Ad- 
visory Board ( 1 ) 





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Elizabeth Jeannette Ballou .Springfield 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Delta Zeta 

Theta Sigma Phi; Illini Union Committee 

(3, 4); WILL (4); Newman Foundation 

Student Council (3) 

Springfield Junior College 



Robert Maurice Balzhiser Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
psychology 
Wit an shire 
Phi Eta Sigma; Second Lieutenant, Armv 
R.O.T.C. ; Alpha Rho Tau 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) : University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Mary Grace Baird Bethany 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Petite, Maison 
Women's Glee Club (4): Home Economics 
Club 

James Millikin University 



Mary Joan Baird Williamsfield 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Price Club 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (3); 
Home Economics Club 



Barbara Jeanne Baker Waggoner 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Shorter Board: Alpha Cliron ; Illini Union 
Council (3); Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 
3); Illini Theatre Guild Crew (1): Illini 
Rural Observer (2) ; Home Economics Club 



Myrian Elaine Baker Dayton, Ohio 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 

Pi Beta Phi 
Shi-Ai ; Sigma Alpha Iota; Star Course 
Manager (2); Panhellenic Executive Coun- 
cil (2) ; Freshman Council; University Sin- 
fonietta (1, 2, 3, 4): University Orchestra 
(1, 2, 3. 4) ; School of Music Student. Coun- 
cil (3) 

Honors Dav ( 2 ) 



Willis Clinton Baker Jacksonville 

Physical Education 
Recreation 

Alpha Sigma Phi 
V.M.C.A. Committee (3, 4) 







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Thomas Lee Bank Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Illini Union Committee (1.2): Second Lieu- 
tenant, Armv ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau; Mar 
keting Club 

Roosevelt College 



Earl Arthur Bansback Morris 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Colonial Manor 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club 
Carthage College 



Mary Genevieve Barlow Hindsboro 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Price Club 
Ihi Upsilrn Omr.rcn Illini Unicn Com- 
mittee (3); First Regimental Band (1, 2. 
3); University Chorus (2); Oratorio Soci- 
ety (2, 3); Disciples Foundation Student 
Council (1); Home Economics Council (3, 
4); Home Economics Club, president (4) 
Honors Day (2) 



Robert Glenn Barnes Rockford 

( Jommerce 
Marketing 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
House President (4) 
Washington University 



James Alan Bahnett Waukegan 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Sachem; Mask and Bauble: Pierrots; Illini 
Theatre Guild Manager (2, 3); Interfrater- 
nity Council (1, 2, 3, 4) : National Defense 
Transportation; Marketing Club 



Kenneth Earl Barnett. . .McLcansboro 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Southern Illinois University 



Henry Harrison Barnhart Pliilo 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Scii nee 
Alpha Zeta; First Class Petty Officer, Nil 
OTC 

Honors Day (1, 2, :! ) : University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 






Carol Louise Bauer Waukegan 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Chi Omega 

Illini Union Committee (3); Illini Theatre 
Guild Crew (3) 

Lake Forest College 



Ronald Edwin Bauer Crystal Lake 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Newman Hall 



Mildred Mary Barnhart. . . .TVuod River 

Physical Education 

Dance 

Alpha Xi Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3, 4); Illini 
Theatre Guild Cast (1); Y.W.C.A. Commit- 
tee (1); W.A.A. (3, 4): Orchesis (1, 2, 3, 
4), president (3): Physical Education Ma- 
jors Club; Panhellenic Ball Committee (4) 

Connecticut College 



Nancy Ellen Barrow Gibson Citi/ 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Speech Correction 

Busey Hall 

Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Committee (2, 3, 

4) ; W.A.A. (2, 3. 4) ; Oratorio Society (2) 

Arizona State College 



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Max. Edward Baumqardneb Sterling 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Sigma Nu 
Tribe of Illini; Varsity Basketball Squad 
(2, 3, 4) ; Letter (2. 4) ; Freshman Varsity 
Basketball Squad: Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC ; Ordnance Club 



Wayne John Baxmanx Bartlett 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Marketing Club; Student Junior Chamber 
of Commerce, president (4) 



John Joseph Bartoletti Springfield 

Engineering 
Mech a n ical E n irineering 
Moore Hall 
S.A.E. 

Springfield Junior College 



Wanda Isabelle Bash Champaign 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Shorter Board; Torch: Alpha Lambda Del- 
ta; Theta Sigma Phi; Associate Editor. The 
Illio; Tho Ulio (1, 2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2); Terrapin (1, 2); LAS 
Council (1, 2) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 






Edward Clayton Beach 

Rocky Hirer, Ohio 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Chi Phi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Skull and Crescent: Phi Eta 
Sigma; Interfraternity Council (2); House 
President (4); Football Manager (1, 2, 3, 
4); Senior Football Manager (4); Athletic. 
Council (4) ; A.F.S. 
Honors Day ( 1) 



Peggy Beach Sterling 

Education 
Commerce 
Pi Beta Phi 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3, 4) ; W.A.A. (3, 4) 
Honors Day ( 2, 3 ) 

James Millikin University 



Henry" Charles Bassett, Jr Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 

McKinley Foundation 

Anthropology Club; German Club: Bide 
and Pistol Club 

Herzl Junior College; Loyola University 



Edith Marie Bassler Mascoutah 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
4-H Houso 

W.G.S. Executive Council (3); Home Eco- 
nomics Club 






Albert Earl Bebout Champaign 

Division of Special Services 
Geology 
Delta Sigma. Phi 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2, 4) ; WILL (2) 



Gordon Eugene Beck Potomac 

Agriculture 

Vocational Agriculture 

Son's Home 

Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 

Club; Agriculture Club: Field and Furrow 



Richard Kenny- Bates Danville 

Law 
La w 
Phi Delta Theta 
Phi Delta Phi; Junior Par Association 
Wabash College 




Robert Clarence Beck Quincy 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Quincy College 



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Gloria Esther Becker Chicago 

Education 

Elemental-)/ Education 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 

Illini Theatre Guild Crew (2); W.A.A. (1, 

2); Hillel Foundation Student Council (3) 



Richard Edward Beckmann Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of Hie University of 
Illinois 







Charles Warren Beilfuss Chicago 

Engineering 
Cicil Engineering 

The Mansion 
Sigma Tan; Chi Epsilon ; Freshman Varsity 
Basketball Squad; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3 ) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



June Blanche Beilke Berwgn 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Theta Upsilon 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4); W.A.A. (3, 
4) ; Panhellenic Ball Committee (3) ; Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club 
Morton Junior College 



Jeanne Marie BeBell Alton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Chi Omega 
The Illio ( 1 ) : Illini Theatre Guild Manager 
(1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2); Fresh- 
man Council ( 1 ) 





111 ft 



Rue Linn Belpord La Porte, Tex,. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Lamb- 
da Upsilon; Pi Mu Epsilon; Second Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2); Young Democrats 
Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Raymond Beach Beebe Glencoe 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Zeta Psi 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Gene Schrodt Bell Marl- ham 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Chemistry 
Parade Ground Units 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Thornton Junior College; University of 
California: Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 






Janet Beedy Western Springs 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Torch; Shi-Ai; The Daily Illini (1. 2); 
Spanish Club 




Janet Belyea Farmer City 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Campus Chest (2) ; Uni- 
versity Chorus (1) ; Oratorio Society (2, 3) 



Elmer Irving Beeny. Orchard Park, N. Y. 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Freshman Varsity Golf Squad; A.S.M.E. 





Janice Belyea Farmer City 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Sigma Alpha Iota; University Chorus (1); 
Oratorio Society (2, 3) 



Robert Rodgers Beerup Waverly 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Eta Sigma 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 





Irv Bemoras Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau Delta Phi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Tribe of Illini (2); 
Varsity Basketball Squad (2, 3, 4); Fresh- 
man Basketball Varsity Squad 



Richard Harold Begalka Elgin 

Commerce 
Management 
Noble Houso 
Illini Sportsman's Club ; Rifle and Pistol 
Club 

Elgin Community College 



Sherwin Terry Begoun. . 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Wright Junior College 



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Richard Benes Westmont 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Barton House 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Lyons Township Junior College 



Barbara Ann Bennett Glen Ellyn 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Shi-Ai; Illini Union Committee (2); Star 
Course Manager (2) : House President (4) ; 
Terrapin (1); Physical Education Majors 
Club 

Honors Day (1. 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Dwight William Benton Evanston 

Education 
Industrial Ed unit ion 

Chi Psi 
Campus Chest (1) ; Freshman Varsity Base- 
ball Squad; Intramural Manager (1) ; First 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Phi Chi Eta; 
Scabbard and Blade; Industrial Education 
Society 



Harris Lee Bkrexk.um Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC; Pershing 
Rifles; Tau Nu Tau 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Arthur Ernest Berg. . . .Rice Lake, Wis. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Wright Junior College 



Inez Renee Berg Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Speech 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 

Illini Theatre Guild Crew (1); W.G.S. 

Executive Council (2) ; WILL (1) ; Spanish 

Club 

University of Wisconsin 




Marlene Berlin Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Illini Theatre Guild Crew (1, 2) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2, 3) 
Honors Day (3) 



David Kenneth Berlo Mt. Temon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2); 
M.I. A. Executive Council (2, 3). president 
(3) ; Student Senate (2, 3) ; Class President 
(2); WILL (4); Concert and Entertain- 
ment Board (2, 3); Freshman Week Com- 
mittee (3) ; Pershing Rifles; Illini Forensic 
Association; Philosophy Discussion Club; 
Young Republicans Club, president (3) ; 
Varsity Debate Squad (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

University of Missouri 



Loris Joseph Berolatti Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
College Hall 
Sigma Delta Chi; WILL (4) ; Young Demo- 
crats Club 

Wilson Junior College: Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Karl Berolzheimer Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Clark House 
M.I. A. Executive Council (2, 3) ; House 
President (1, 2); Men's Glee Club (1); 
AS Council (3, 4) : First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Ordnance Club 
Honors Day (2, 3. 4) 




Stuart Harlev Berg Chicago 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Major, Air Force ROTC ; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Joyce Berger Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; Gamma Alpha 
Chi; Theta Sigma Phi: The Daily Illini (1, 
2, 3); Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); 
Spanish Club; United World Federalists; 
WINI (3) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 







Betty Ann Berkyhill Decatur 

Education 
Elemenlary Education 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Illini Union Committee (1): Star Course 
Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); 
Panhellenic Executive Council (4); LAS 
Council (2) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Robert Lee Berkyhill Homeuood 

Commerce 
Management 

Barton House 
Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma: Sigma 
Iota Epsilon 

Navy Pier Activities; Student Congress 
(2); Pier Illini Newspaper (2) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Eldon Willard Bergstrom. . . .Evanston 

Commerce 

Economics 

Alpha Delta Phi 

Skull and Crescent; Interfraternity Council 

(1, 2, 3); House President (3) 





Mary Josephine Berta Coal City 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Presbyterian Hall 
Freshman Week Committee (4) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



James Wesley Berkovec Berwyn 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Eta Kappa Nu; House President (4) ; Bas- 
ketball Manager (2) : Captain, Armv ROTC; 
Phalanx; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 




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William Richard Beuttler. .Park Ridge 
Commerce 
A eeua nla uey 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Alpha Kappa Psi (3. 4) ; Accountancy Club 
(3, 4) ; Illini Forensic Association (1, 2) 
Honors Day (2. 3) 



Richard Carvel Berkshire. . . .Haywood 
Division of Special Services 
Advertising 
Chi Psi 
The Daily Illini (1) : Illini Union Committee 
(2, 3); M.I. A. Executive Council (2); 
WILL (1, 3, 4); Displaced Persons Com- 
mittee (2) ; Illini Forensic Association 





Thaddeus Richard Bialek Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accounting Club; Marketing Club; Navy 
Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Loyola University 



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Chicago 







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Navy Pier Activities: I niversity Chorus 
(1, 2) : Varsitj Debate Squad (1, 2) 
Honors Day I I I 

Navy Pier Extension of (ho University of 
Illinois 

Herbert W o/ter Bielawa Chicago 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Music 
( l-armen 
Second Regimental Band t:s); Men's Glee 
Club ( 1. 'J. 3) ; Captain, Army ROTC 

1 1 is Daj (3 ) 

Wilson Junior College 



Herman Charles Bien Belleville 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club; Sigma Iota Epsilon 

St. Louis University; Belleville Township 
Junior College 



Egbert Wendell Biggers Mattoon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 

A.I.Ch.E. 

Eastern State College 







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James William Bishop Clinton 

Engineering 
Electrical Eng ineeri rig 
Beta Theta Pi 
V.M.C.A. Committee (1) ; Major I (4); 
Tribe of Illini (4); Intramural Manager 
(1, 2, 3); Senior Swimming Manager (4); 
IM Rec Hoard (2. 3) : Captain, Army RO- 
TC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Roger Allan- Bjorvik Ckica w 

< lommerce 
Marketing 

Flagg House 
Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club; 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Roosevelt College; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



William McKinley Blaine, Jr. . Ingle side 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Anthropology 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Alpha Phi Omega; V.M.C.A. Cabinet (4); 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (4); Football March- 
ing Band (3) ; First Regimental Band (3); 
Anthropology Club; Spanish Club 
Illinois Institute of Technology 



Judith Karp Blair New York, N. Y. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Delta Phi Epsilon 
The Dailv Illini (1 ) 
Honors Day (2) 

University of Miami 



Robert Arnold Bilek Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 
Physics Society 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Oscar Eldo Blase Wappetla 

Agriculture 
Restaurant Management 



Julius Binder Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biology 

Barton House 
The Daily Illini (3) ; Senior Ball Committee 
(4); Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day (1, 2, :'. ) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Richard Patrick Blahs .Milwaukee, Wis. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
A rch itert ii ml E n g i nee ring 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 
Board of Fraternity Affairs (3, 4); Inter- 
fraternity Council (2, 3, 4), president (4); 
Student Senate (4) : Committee on Student 
Affairs (4) ; A.I.A. ; Fine and Applied Arts 
Society 



John Louis Bird Texarkana, Ark. 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma Delta Chi: The Daily Illini (3) 

Quincy College: Galesburg Extension of 
the University of Illinois 





Roger Charles Blake Kankakee 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Interfraternitv Council (2); A.F.S.; A.S.- 
M.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club 



George John Birkhahn Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Areliiterture 
B rower y 
A.I.A. 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 





Robert Allen Blakeslee 

Indianapolis, Ind. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Illini Union Committee (2); House Presi- 
dent (4); Fine and Applied Arts Council 
(3); Captain. Air Force ROTC; A.I.A. 
Purdue University 



Edwin Ahlev BiKKiiiMi.it 

Highland Park, A. ./. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Barton House 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Phi Lambda Upsilon : Lieu- 
tenant. Junior Grade, NROTC; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day ( 1. 2, '■'•) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



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Carl James Blase Beardstott n 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Alpha Kappa Psi : The Daily Illini (2); 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1): House President (3); Captain, 
Air Force ROTC: Accountancy Club; Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Ernest Blatchley . . . . Cambridge, N. Y. 
Commerce 
Management 
Flying Club 

Westminster College 



CARli BLATTNER CkicaiKl 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Granada Club 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of ihe University of 

Illinois 



Herbert IiLAmim. . .Poughkeepsie, A'. Y. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Psi Chi: First Lieutenant. Army ROTC 
Honors Day (4) 



Frank Addison Blaze., •ichenectadg, N. Y. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Honors Day (3) 

Bowling Green State University 



James Warren Bliler Illiopolis 

Agriculture 
Vocational A griculture 
Alpha Gamma Rlio 
Alpha Tan Alpha: Illini Union Committee 
(2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2): Fresh- 
man Week Committee (3): Military Ball 
Committee (3) ; Plow hoy Prom Committee 
(1. 3); National Defense Transportation: 
Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 
Club 



John Wilbur Bliss Yates City 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Second Regimental Band (1, 2); A. S.A.E. 
Honors Day (2) 



Marguerite Lola Blo.mberg. . .Oak Pari- 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Alpha Xi Delta 
The Illio (1, 2): Illini Union Committee 
(3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2): University 
Chorus (1) ; Women's Glee Club (2) ; Ora- 
torio Society (2 ) 



Richard Eugene Blommaert. .Oak Park 
Commeri e 
Accountancy 
Accounting Club 



Kenneth Gene Bloomquist. Boone, Iowa 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Tomahawk; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinf onia ; Con- 
cert Band (1, 2, 3. 4). president (4) ; Foot- 
ball Marching Band (1, 2. :i. 4) : University 
Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Reportory Orchestra 
(1) 
Honors Day ( 3) 




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Wanda Viola Bloomquist Dundas 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
Stratford House 
Student Religious Council (2); Baptist 
Foundation Student Council ( 1, 2. :!, 4) 



Joan Ellsworth Blount . S ea Cliff, N. Y. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Alpha Gamma: Society of Illustra- 
tors: Illini Theatre Guild Crew (2); Uni- 
versity Chorus (1); Oratorio Society (2); 
Fine and Applied Arts Council (3, 4) 
Honors Day (1. 2. 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Ann Pryor Blout Galva 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
4-H House 
Alpha Chron; Sigma Alpha Iota; Illini 
Theatre Guild Crew (2, :;. 4): Star Course 
Manager (2): University Choir (2, 3, 4); 
Oratorio Society (1. 2, 3, 4) : Wesley Foun- 
dation Student Council 12) 
Honors Day (2. 3) 



Harry Dean Blout Berwyn 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Captain, Air Force ROTC: Pershing Rifles; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 



Betty Blvmenthal Oak Park 

Education 
Education of the Deaf 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Women's Glee Club ( 1 ) : Hillel Foundation 
Student Council (2. '.! ) 
Honors Day (3) 



Eugene Jerome Bunt Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E. 



Mildred Bobbins 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Phi Mu 
Honors Day (2) 



. Chicago 



Harry Donald Bobeng Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Seabury Foundation Student Council (3) 
Wright Junior College 



Thomas John Boe Chicago 

Commerce 

Personnel Management 

Phi Kappa 
Navy Pier Activity; Newman Club (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Burton Brewster Boersma Urbana 

Division of Special Services 
Speech 
Ulini Theatre Guild Cast (4) 



Eleanor Theresa Bohacek Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Sherwood Lodge 

Wilson Junior College; Loyola University 



Mary Ann Leora Bohbrink. . .Addieville 

Physical Education 

Pit ys ical Ed ileal io n 

Cagle Hall 

W.A.A. (1. 2, :s, 4); Physical Education 

Majors flub 



Donald Michael, Bohrer 

Davenport, Iowa 
Commerce 
Industrial Administration 

Theta Chi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Beta Gamma Sigma; Alpha 
Kappa Psi; Mini Union Board, president 
(4) ; Major Chairman Block I Illini Union 
Committee (3); Major Chairman Union Re- 
lations Illini Union Committee (3); Illini 
Union Council ( '■'> ) : Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2): Interfraternity Council (1, 2, 3); 
House President ( :i ) : Student Senate (4) ; 
Committee on Student Affairs (4); Coordi- 
nation Committee (4) ; Men's Glee Club (1, 
2, 3) ; Military Ball Committee (1) ; Ensign, 
NROTO 

Honors Day (1, 2. '■',), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

St. Ambrose College 



Ciiarl.es Lloyd Bolster. . . .Sugar Grove 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Sigma I'hi 
Agricultural Economics Club 
Aurora College 





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Norwood Albert Booth Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Gordon Darrell Booz Tennessee 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Soci- 
ety; A.S.M.E.; (ilicler Club; I.A.S.. presi- 
dent (4) ; S.A.E. 



Stuart Howard Borg. . . . 
Commerce 
Marketing 

Marketing Club 

Wright Junior College 



. Chicago 



James Theodore Boriiek Winnetka 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Football Marching Band (2, 3) ; First Regi- 
mental Band (2, 3. 4) 

Indiana University; Northwestern Uni- 
versity 



Katherine Vennard V,orhek . Kenihcorth 
Education 
English 
Sweet Briar College 



Babette Jov Bomash Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Sigma Delta Tan 
University of Colorado 




Paul Borik 

Agriculture 

Flnricultii re 

Floriculture Club 

Wright Junior College 



. Chicago 



William Bruce Bond West Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Phoenix College 





DlLAL BORPUJARI. . .Jorhat, Assam; India 
Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
University of Calcutta: University of Al- 
lahabad 



Fred John Bondy Chicago 

Commerce 
.1 ccountancy 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Alpha Phi Omega: Illini Union Committee 
(2, 3); Interfraternity Council (1, 2): 
House President ( :: ) ; Interfraternity Ball 
Committeo (1): Accountancy Club 
Honors Day 11. 2) 



Roger Lewis Boone Amboy 

Engineering 
Elect ricn I E nil ince ring 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 





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James Martin Boruszak Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing and Management 

Phi Epsilon I'i 
Illini Union Board (4) ; Board of Fraternity 
Affairs (3, 4); Interfraternity Council (3, 
4); Interfraternity Ball Committee (3); 
Major, Air Force ROTC; Marketing Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Management 

Roosevelt College 



Stephen George Botes Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.1 rchitecture 
A.I. A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Raymond Lei Bouas Marisxa 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 

Illi-Dell 
Alpha Zeta; House President (4); Agri- 
cultural Council; Second Lieutenant, Army 
EOTC; Agriculture Club; Field and Fur- 
row, president (3) 

Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key. 



Charles Roy Boughton Hoopeston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Newman Hall 
Mask and Bauble; Mini Theatre Guild Cast 
(2. 3) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 





Donald Orbv BOYD Aurora 

< lommerce 
Finance 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Illini Union Committee 11, 2); Illini The- 
atre Guild Crew ( 1 ) ; Star Course Manager 
(2); Football Manager (1, 2, 3); Senior 
Ball Committee (4) ; Captain, Army ROTC; 
National Defense Transportation Associa- 
tion; Illini Insurance Society 



William Elzik Boyer Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Football Marching Band ( 1, 2) : First Regi- 
mental Band II. 2); Cyclothem Club; 
Synton 



Eldox Glenn Boirassa Kankakee 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Koinonia 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (2, 3, 4) ; Second Lieutenant. Army 
ROTC; Armed Forces Communications As- 
sociation; Phalanx: A.I.Ch.E. 





Robert Dale Boys ShelbyviUe 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi 
Honors Day (2) 

James Millikin University 



Dan Thomas Bourbulas Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Politicail Science 
Flagg House 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 






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Nicholas William Boznos Pekin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Theta Xi 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC 



J. Leeds Bower Maltoon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Theta Delta Chi 
Pierrots; Illini Theatre Guild Manager (1, 
2); Interfraternity Council (2, 3); LAS 
Council (2, 3); First. Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Infantry Club; Phalanx; Junior 
Bar Association 



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D\niel Clayton Brabec Oak Park 

Commerce 
/ ndustria I A d in i n i strut ion 
Club Topper 
Second Lieutenant. Air Force, ROTC; Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of Management 



Mary Jean Mitchem Bowers. . . . Vrbana 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Illini Union Committee ( 1 ) ; Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee ( 1, 3) 





Max Russell Bradshaw La Harpe 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Marketing 
Hill Hall 
House President (3): Captain, Army RO- 
TC; National Defense Transportation As- 
sociation 



John Ronald Bowman . . .La Orange Park 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architectural Engineering 

Alpha Rho Chi 

Fine and Applied Arts Council (4) ; A.I.A. ; 

A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charles Arthur Bowsher Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
The Daily Illini (1): The Ilio (2); House 
President (4); Football Marching Band 
(1); Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; 
Student Junior Chamber of Commerce 
Honors Day (1,2) 










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Donald George Brady Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
.4 ccountancy 
Kappa Sigma 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. (1. 2); Accountancy 
Ciub; Marketing Club 



Wallace Elwvx Brandt Colfax 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Tomahawk; Student. Religious Council (2; ; 
Lutheran Student Association, president 
(2) ; Student Veterinary Medical Ass'n 



Jack Edward Bowsher Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Pi Kappa Alpha 
Football Marching Hand (1. 2); Account- 
ancy Club; Student Junior Chamber of 
Commerce 
Honors Day (2) 





Irwin Lawrence Branecki 

Elmwood Park 
Engineering 
( 'ivil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University cf 
1 llinois 



435 



.TniiN' Robert Brani Elmhurst 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.1 , chiteeture 
A.I.A. 

Northwestern University; Illinois Insti- 
tute <>f Technologj 



Karl Branoff Chicago 

Libera) Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Navv Pier Activities: Varsity Coif Squad 
(1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of t lie University of 
1 llinois 



William Rudolph Bratschun . . .Berwyn 
Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Lux Mundi 
Engineering Council (4): A.C.S. 
Morton Junior College 



Rita Brazier Muro 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
4-H House 
W.A.A. (1. 2, 3, 4): Physical Education 
Majors Club 



James Allen Bredar Salem 

Physical Education 

Physical I'd ii ration 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem; Tribe of Illini ; Vars- 
ity Basketball Squad (2, 3, 4) ; Captain (4) ; 
Letter (2. 3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Basket- 
hall Squad; Captain, Army ROTC; National 
Defense Transportation Association 



Joanne Carolyn* P.rekke Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Chi Omega 
Rosary College 



Sn i, mi ax Louis Bremer Dun aille 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
S.A.E. 

University of Utah 



Rudolph Ernest Bremser Chicago 

Conn -« c 

A ccountancy 
Theta Delta Chi 
Skull and Crescent: Phi Eta Sigma; House 
President (4) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Joanne Bales Brewer Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 

I'll nil inn 
Scarab: Society of illustrators; Fine and 
Applied Arts Society 
Honor Days ( 3 ) 

Kansas Stale College: Florida Southern 
College: University of Arizona 





Arlene Virginia Brietzke Chicago 

Education 
Biology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Navv Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Brown Brigham Robinson 

Division of Special Services 
Bacteriology 

Indiana State College 



Harry Vernon Brinkman Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Noble House 
French Club; Marketing Club; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Allen Britt 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Cadet. Air Force ROTC 



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James Victor Brodnicki Chira.no 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club: A.I.A. ; Polish Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the LTniversity of 
Illinois 



John Richard Broerman 

Rocky River, Ohio 
Physical Education 
Physiral Education 
Chi Phi 
Varsity Football Squad (2, 3. 4): Fresh- 
man Varsity Football Squad; Varsity Base- 
ball Squad (4) : Firsl Lieutenant, Air 
Force ROTC 



Ronald Joseph Bronson Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Roger Gilbert Brooke Sycamort 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Alpha Sigma Phi 
Phi Eta Sigma; House President (4) : Illini 
Theatre (iuild Board (2) ; First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; National Defense Transpor- 
tation Association 
Honors Day t 1. 2) 



Jeff Brooks LouisvilU 

Agriculture 
Vocational .1 griculture 
Son's Home 
Alpha Tan Alpha; Agriculture Education 
Club: Agriculture Club 

Southern Illinois University 



Donald Edward Brotherson. . . .Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.1 rchiteetural Engineering 
Parade Ground Units 
Gargoyle; Sigma Tau; University Chorus; 
Hillel Foundation (4) ; A.I. A. 
Honors Day (2, 3, 4) : University of Illinois 
Si holarship Key 

Navy Tier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Leon Alan Brott.man Chicago 

Commerce 

Accunntuncil 

Tan Epsilon Phi 
Beta Alpha Psi: The Daily Mini (3); Ac- 
countancy Club; Marketing Club; Navy 
Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Mini (2) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

V:vv 1 li-r Extension of the University oi 
Illinois 



Beverly Jean Brown Champaign 

Agriculture 
Tloine Economics 
Chi Omega 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2) 



Beverly Jean Brown Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Campus Chest (3); W.A.A. (2, 3, 4); 
Honse President (4); Physical Education 
Majors Club; Young Republicans Club 











Pail EUGENE BROWN Vandalia 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Education 
Agricultural Education Club 

Illinois Slate Normal University; Green- 
ville College 



Ralph Walton Brown Des Plaines 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Curtis Brown Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Harmony House 
House President (3, 4); University Choir 
(3); University ('horns (2); Captain, Air 
Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society; French 
Clnb 

Bradley University 



Robert William Brown Mug wood 

( lommerce 

Accountancy 

Alpha Chi Rho 

Alpha Kappa Psi; Football Marching Band 

(1, 2, 3, 4): First. Regimental Band (1, 2, 

;:, 4 ) : Accountancy Club 



Elinor Sue Brown Rockford 

Journalism 
Radio 
Sigma Kappa 
Mini Union Committee (2): Young Re- 
publicans Club 

Northern Illinois Slate Teachers College 




It t ssell Dean Brown Chicago 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Skull and Crescent; Phi Kappa Epsilon; 
Second Lieutenant. Army KOTC 



Glenn Lee Brown Ava 

Agriculture 
General A griculture 

Alpha Tau Alpha; Hoof and Horn Club 
Southern Illinois University 



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Donna Ann Browne Quincy 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Alpha Phi 
Zeta Phi Eta; Mini Theatre Guild Manager 
(3, 4); Mini Theatre Guild Cast (3, 4); 
Canterbury Foundation (3, 4) 
Gulf Park Junior College 



James Richard Brown Paris 

Agriculture 
General .1 griculture 
Shawnee 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; National 
Defense Transportation Association: Agri- 
culture Club: Field and Furrow 
Honors Day ( 1, 3) 



Mary Katherine Brown Lake liluff 

Physical Education 
Ph ys icnl Ed u ca t ion 
Evans Hall 
W.A.A. Board (1): Major I (3); W.A.A. 
Numerals (2); W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club 
Honors Day I 3 ) 

Northwestern University: Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Milton Ralston Brown Caledonia 

Agriculture 
General .1 griculture 
Phi Delta Theta 
Skull and Crescent; Alpha Zeta; House 
President (i): Tribe of Illini; Varsity 
Track Squad (2); Freshman Varsity Track 
Squad; Varsity Cross Country Squad (2); 
Freshman Varsity Cross Country Squad 
(2); Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad; 
Track Manager (3, 4): Senior Track .Man- 
ager (4): Athletic Council (4); Captain, 
Army ROTC; Phalanx 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 








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Donald Albert Brozek Oak Park 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
College Hall 
Illini Writers (2); Second Lieutenant. 
Army ROTC; Infantry Club; Fine and Ap- 
plied Arts Society 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (1) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Helen Jane Bribaker Waggoner 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
4-H House 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Phi Upsilon Omicron; 
Illini Union Committee (2); Star Course 
.Manager (1, 2); Women's Glee Club (1); 
Illini Rural Observer (2, 3); All-Ag Field 
Day Committee (2, 3); Home Economics 
Council (3); Plowboy Prom Committee 
(2) ; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day (1,2,3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Esther Joan Bruder Champaign 

Agriculture 
Hume Economics 

Gamma Phi Beta 
Torch: Phi Upsilon Omicron; Illini Union 
Committee (1,2); Star Course Manager (I, 
2, 3); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (2); Panhellenic Executive 
Council ( 4 ) 



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Marjorie Mablb Bryant De Pue 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Evans Hall 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); W.A.A. Numer- 
als; W.A.A. (1,2,3,4); University Chorus 
(l); Physical Education Majors Club 
Honors Day ( 1 , 2 ) 



Merlyk Bruce Buchanan 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 



Compton 






Julia Mary Buchunas Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




Catherine Acne Buck Penfield 

Education 
Art Education 

Rosewood 

St. Franeis College 



Nancy Lorene Buck Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Campus Chest (2); W.A.A. (3, 4); Terra- 
pin (2, 3, 4); Physical Education Majors 
Clul) 



Banta Bundv Oalatia 

Agriculture 
Vocational A griculture 
Alpha Tan Alpha ( :t ) : Agricultural Educa- 
tion Club (3) 

Southern Illinois University 



Clark Bunn Nebo 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 

Alphr. Chi Rho 
Alpha Zeta; Chi (lamina Iota, president 
(4); Illini Rura 1 Observer ( IS ) ; Agricul- 
ture Club; Student Veterinary Medical As- 
sociation 
Honors Day (2, 3 ) 

Western Illinois Stale Teacher's College 












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Charles Edward Burxett . East St. Louis 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 



John Henry Burkhart Mazon 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (2); First Lieutenant, 
ROTC : Agriculture Club; Dairy Produc- 
tion Club: Field and Furrow; Hoof and 
Horn Club; Poultry Science Club 



Erwin Charles Burheister 

Davenport, Ioua 
Division of Special Service for 
War Veterans 
History 
Phi Alpha Theta 
Monmouth College 



Donald Reid Burnett Glen Ellyn 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
College Hall 
Tau Beta Pi: A.S.M.E.: S.A.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, :i). University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



George Ernest Burnison Rantoul 

Commerce 
Banking and Finance 
Captain. Army ROTC; Infantry Club; Ord- 
nance Club: Accountancy Club 



Joan Margaret Busch Palo* Park 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Campus Chest (3): W.A.A. (3, 4); Junior 
Orchesis (4); Physical Education Majors 
Club; Young Republicans Club 
Lyons Township Junior College 



Kenneth Albert Busche Elgin 

Engineering 
Meeh anical K ng inee ring 
Lundgren House 
Illinois Technograph (3); A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Wilbur James Bunting. .Cranbury, N. J. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Phi Deltr, Theta 
Sachem; Star Course (1, 2, 3): Junior 
Manage:- ( :S ) : Tribe of Illini: Cheerleader, 
Head Cheerleader (4): Letter (4); Cap- 
tain. Army ROTC: Military Council; Ord- 
nance Club, president (4); Phalanx 



Jon S PHILLIP EURO u::> 

Northumberland, Pa. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Delta Phi 
Star and Scroll: Intel-fraternity Council 
(2) ; House President I 3 ) 

Virginia Military Institute: Bucknell 
University 







Donald Ray Buske Litchfield 

Commerce 

Marl eting 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (i): Captain, Army 
ROTC: Phi Chi Eta 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Ralph David Hitler Rockford 

Commerce 
A ccountancy 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Tomahawk; Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta 
Sigma l*;ta Alpha Psi Illini I men I-'-arJ 
(4); Y.M.C.A. Committee (I): Football 
Marching Band (2, 3); First Regimental 
Band (3); Second Regimental Band (1,2); 
University Choir (2 ) ; .Men's Glee Club (8) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Frederick Edson Buxton, Jr.. . .Sullivan 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Zeta ; Second Lieutenant, Army RO 
TC; Scabbard and Blade; Agriculture Edu- 
cation Club; Agriculture Club: Hoof and 
Horn Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Laurence Robert Byrne Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
WILL (1) : Dairy Technology Society 
Honors Day ( 2) 



Daniel Cain MurrayviUe 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Literature 



William Karl Cain, Jr Evanston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Journalism 
Sigma Nn 
Sigma Delta Chi; Captain, Air Force ROTC 
University of Wisconsin 





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Til ELM A JUANITA CAMPBELL 'Vexico 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Van 1 in 
W.A.A. (1, 2, ;(, 4); Physical Education 
Majors Club 



William Gordon Campbell Danville 

Commerce 
Finance 
Theta Xi 
Second Lieutenant, Armv ROTC 



Paul Curtis Carey Winchester 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Tan Alpha: Agricultural Education 
Club 



Allen* William Carlsen Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.1 rchitectural Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A. I. A.: A.S.C.E. 

Wright Junior College 




Howard Lee Callahan. .Vermilion Grove 

( 'ouimerce 

Economics 
Tara Hall 
House President (4) : Scabbard and Blade; 
Illini Sportsman's Club: Marketing Club 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 



John Kaiser Cameron, Jr Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Phi Epsilon Kappa ; Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(3); Tribe of Illini (2); Varsity Fencing 
Squad (2) : Letter (2) ; Physical Education 
Majors Club: Scimitar 



Richard Alan Camp River Forest 

Engineering 
A e ru naut ica I Eng inee ring 
Calhoun Hall 
Gamma Alpha Rim 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



Robert Camp Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Nobly House 

Loyola University: Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 












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Kenneth Evald Carlson Chicago 

Agriculture 
Food Technology 
Food Technology Association 

Wright Junior College: Navy Tier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Richard Alfred Carrigan, Jr. . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 
Phi (lamina Delta 
University of Florida 



John Robert Carroll TAbertyville 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Triangle 
A.S.M.E. 

Bradley University 



George Peter Casten Jolit i 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Joliet Junior College 



Diane Eldridge Campbell Chicago 

Education 
Art 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Tho Daily Illini ( 1 ) ; Illini Union Council 
(2); Illini Union Committee (2); Illini 
Theatre Guild Crew (1): Campus Chest 
(2, 3, 4): McKinley Foundation Student 
Council 





Peter Leo Cattapan Chicago 

Engineering 

General Engineering 

Illinois Technograph (2, 3, 4): Newman 

Foundation Student Council ( :!. 4): A.S. 

M.E. 

Wright Junior College: Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 






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Robert Dean Cays Eempton 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Art Education 

University Chorus (1, 2) ; Men's Glee Club 

(1, 2, 3, 4); Oratorio Society (3, 4) ; Delia 

Sigma Omicron 



Donald Russell, Ohalvs XJtica 

Physical Education 
Ph ysica I Ed uca tion 

Alpha Delta Phi 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(2); Varsity Football Squad (3); IM Rec 
Board (4); Captain, Air Force ROTC ; Ar- 
nold Air Society ; Physical Education Ma- 
jors Club 

Western Illinois State College 



Marilyn Loi* Chambers Aurora 

Physical Education 
Dance 
Gamine, Phi Beta 
Shorter Board; Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini 
Union Committee (4); W.A.A. (3, 4); Or- 
chesis (1. 2, 3, 4), president (4); Physical 
Education Majors Club. 
Honors Day (1, 2 ) 



Elaine Brown Chase Chicago 

Education 
Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Children 
The Dailv Illini (3, 4) ; Illini Theatre Guild 
Crew (1, 2); Campus Chest (2); Hillel 
Foundation Student Council (1); Illi-Sota 



Ronald Irwin Chason Chicago 

( lommerce 

A ccountancy 

Barton House 

Accountancy Club: Marketing Club; Navy 

Pier Alumni Association; Society for the 

Advancement of Management 

Northwestern University: Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Curv.v F\xc Chen. . - .Song Kong, China 
Engineering 
Mech anical E ngineering 
Phi Kappa Phi; Tan Beta Pi: Phi Eta 
Sigma; Pi Tan Sigma; A.S.M.E. ; Chinese 
Students Club 
Honors. Dav (2) 








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Joanne Audrey Chorpening 

Ashland, Ohio 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Rosewood 
Mn Phi Epsilon; Concert Band (2, 3. 4); 
First. Regimental Band (3); Women's Glee 
Club (3): Oratorio Society (4) 
Honors Day (3) 
Oberlin College 

Frank Louis Clark Grere Coeur 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Star and Scroll: Tomahawk; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2): Board of 
Fraternity Affairs (4); Interfraternitv 
Council (2. 3, 4): Student Senate (2. 4); 
Coordination Committee (4): Committee on 
Student Discipline (3): Class President 
(2); N.S.A. Senate Sub-Committee (2); 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; National 
Defense Transportation Association: Illini 
Forensic Association; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion ; Spanish Club 



John Castle Clark Ridgejarm 

Agriculture 

Agricultural Science 

Alpha Gamma Rho 

Illini Union Committee (4): Illini Rural 

Observer (4) ; Agricultural Economics Club 

College of Wooster 



Phyllis Ann Clark Mattoon 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Illini Theatre Guild Crew ( 1 ) : Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1. 2, 3); W.A.A. (3); Young 

Republicans Club 



William Beryl Clark Manuon 

Commerce 
Management 
Chi Gamma Iota; Alpha Kappa Psi: Second 
Lieutenant. Army ROTC: Marketing Club; 
Student. Junior Chamber of Commerce 
Honors Day (2) 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charles Francis Clarke Bethany 

Commen e 
Personnel Management 
Theta Xi 
University Choir (2. 3, 4); University 
Chorus (3); Men's Glee Club (3, 4); Ora- 
torio Society (4) ; Illini Insurance Society: 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Society for the Ad- 
vancement, of Management: Student Junior 
Chamber of Commerce; Young Republicans 
Club 



DELORES ClIENKIN Terseg City, X. J. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English Literature 

Phi Sigma Sigma 

Illini Union Committee ( 1 ) ; Illini Theatre 

Guild Crew (1. 2. 4); W.A.A. (1, 2); 

WILL (1) 





James Alex Clarkson Quincy 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Delta Phi 
Illini Union Committee (2. 3) ; Dolphins (2, 
3. 4) : Militarv Ball Committee (3) ; Major. 
Army ROTC; Scabbard and Blade: Illini 
Forensic Association; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion 



William Fh \xklix Guilders . Champaign 

Division of Special Services 

Zoology 




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Jerome Nathan Clauser Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Alpha Kappa Psi. president (4); Commerce 
Council (3); Cadet. Captain, Army ROTC; 
Phi Chi Eta; Accountancy Club; Career 
Conference Committee (3) 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Lorraine May Chilenskas Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Fehnei- Houso 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University oi 
Illinois 



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John Diane Claytox Polo 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sinma ; The lllio (1, 
2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1. 2); Second 
Regimental Band (1. 2): LAS Council (1, 
2) ; Student Veterinary Medical Association 
Honors Day (1, 2): University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Kathkyn Lucille Clifford Altona 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Upsilon Omicron; McKinley Founda- 
tion Student Council (4) ; Home Economics 
Club 



Theodore Clinton Clinard Vrbana 

Division of Special Services 
Personnel Management 
Eastern Illinois Statu College, Fullerton 
Junior College, Whittier College 






Lewis Cohen New Rochelle, N. 7. 

( 'ommerce 
management 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Hillel Foundation Student Council (1, 2); 
First Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC 



Melvin Cohen Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Tau Delta Phi 
Eta Kappa Nu : A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Illuminat- 
ing Engineering Society 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Robert Clinard Vrbana 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Kappa Sigma 
Ulini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Star Course 
Manager (2); Interfraternity Council (I, 
2, 3) ; Interfraternity Hall Committee (2, 
3) ; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Phi Chi 
Eta; Marketing Club 



Martha Ellen Cluverius Chicago 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (3) : II- 

lini Union Committee (4); Campus Chest 

(3) 

Lawrence College 






SrzANNE Ruth Cohen Chicago 

Agriculture 
Retailing 

Sigma Delta Tau 
Illini Union Committee (1,2): Star Course 
Manager (2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1. 2); 
Campus Chest (1. 2); WILL (1); Hillel 
Foundation Student Council (2); Panhel- 
lenic Ball Committee 

University of Wisconsin : Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Edward Richard Coiin Cldcago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre medici iir 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Margaret Marie Coderre St. Anne 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Caglo Hall 

Newman Foundation Student Council (2, 3,. 

4); Illini Insurance Society; Marketing 

Club 

Mount Mary College 



Robert Charles Coffees Decatur 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Alpha Kappa Lambda 

The Illio (2) ; Illini Union Committee (1) ; 

Cadet Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC; 

Military Council; Phalanx; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Gary Ray Coffey Elm wood 

Commerce 
Law 
Delta Chi 
The Daily Illini (1) ; Illini Union Commit- 
tee (1, 2) ; Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day (2) 



Robert Edgar Coffman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Phi Lambda Upsilon 

Honors Day (1, 2), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Elaine June Cohen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Evans Hall 
Roosevelt College 












Sandra Fay Cohon Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Shorter Board; The Illio (1) : Illini Union 
Committee (1, 2) ; Star Course Manager 
(2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Panhellenic 
Executive Council (2. 3) 



Richard Michael Cole Sheffield 

Engineering 

A e ro naiit ica I E ngin ee ring 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
I.A.S. 

St. Ambrose Collego 



William Howard Cole . . . Louisville, Ky. 

Education 
Industrial Education 
Industrial Education Society, president (4) 
Rhode Island College of Education 



Edward White Collins Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Skull and Crescent, president (2); Board 
of Frat:init\ Affairs ( 4) Interfraternity 
Council (1, 2, 3, 4) ; House President (4) ; 
Interfraternity Hall Committee (3); Cap- 
tain, Air Force ROTC ; Young Republicans 
Club 



Lorence Gene Collins Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Cvclothem Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



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Donald Max Colman Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Zeta Beta Tau 

Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Delta Sigma; Stti 
dent Senate 1 4 ) ; Second Lieutenant, Air 
Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society 
Honors Day (1,3) 




Richard Dale Cook Newark 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Gar-Men 

Northwestern University; Illinois State 
Normal University 



Norton William Compton. . . .Champaign 

Physical Education 

1'h ys ical E ducat ion 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem: Tribe of Ulini; Var- 
sity Wrestling Squad (2, 3, 4), Captain 
(4), Letter (3, 4); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau 




Kenneth Bernard Cooney Chimin 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

College Hall 






Carol Virginia Conard Rossville 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 

Kappa Alpha Theta 





Berchard Coppens Gambia 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Lux Mundi 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. ; S.A.E. 

San Luis Obispo Junior College, Spring- 
field Junior College 



Janet Conger Evans ton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Delta Gamma 
Sigma Delta Pi: The Daily Ulini ( 1 ) ; Ulini 
Union Committee ( 1 ) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(1); N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (1); 
Panhellenic Ball Committee (3); Spanish 
Club 




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John Edward Corcoran Springfield 

Commerce 
Industrial A d ministration 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Star and Scroll; Interfraternity Council (2, 
3, 4) ; House President (41 ; First Lieuten- 
ant, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau 



George Douglas Conlee . . . . Jacksonville 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Sigma Phi Delta 

Chi Epsilon; Football Marching Band (1. 

2, 3); First Regimental Band (1. 2, 3): 

A.S.C.E. 



William Lawson Corley. . . . River Forest 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Purdue University 



J \mi,s Walton CONNOR Chieaijo 

< !ommerce 

Marketing 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Intramural Manager (2); Major, Air Force 
ROTC: Air Force Council; Arnold Air So- 
ciety 



Jerald Bernard Conroy Dixnn 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

Sigma Phi Delta 
Second lieutenant. Army ROTC; Tau Nil 
Tau: A.S.C.E. 



Joseph Patrick Conway . Cleveland, Ohio 
Commerce 
Banking and Finance 
Finance Club; Marketing Club 

John Carroll College. Baldwin Wallace 
College, Ohio State University, Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Phillip Ronald Cook Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Lawrence College 







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Ross Eugene Cornwell, Jr. 

New York, N. Y. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 



Kevin Patrick Corry Oak Park 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Delta Club 

Phi Epsilon Kappa ; Freshman Varsity 
Football Squad 

DePaul University 



Peter David Couch Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Star and Scroll; Y.M.C.A. Committee (II: 
Interfraternity Council II. 2, 3); Dis- 
placed Persons Committee (3), Captain, 
Armv ROTC 
Honors Day (2) 



Robert Thomas Coughlin Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechu niriil E mi in ee ri n g 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Sigma, 
president (4) ; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day ('_'. :i ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Roger Lee COURSON Abingdon 

Agriculture 

Teacher Training in Agriculture 

Alplia Zeta; Alpha Tan Alpha; Agricultural 

Education Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof 

and Horn Club 

Western Illinois Slate College 



Burl Lee Covan Blue Island 

Education 
English 
Noble House 
Sigma Delta Pi; Spanish Club 
Honors Day ( 1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charles Arthur Covey Jacksonville 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Acacia 

Alpha Kappa Psi : University Orchestra (3, 

4); Illini Sportsman's Club; Marketing 

Club 

Illinois College 






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Marion Belle Cronxrite Henry 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Sigma Kappa 
Concert Hand 12); University Chorus (1, 
2, 3) ; Tall Illini Club 

Illinois Wesleyan University 



orpha Elizabeth Crook Wauconda 

Agriculture 
Home Economies Education 
4-H House 
Shorter Board ; Torch : Alpha Chron ; Phi 
Upsilon Omicron ; Director, Department, of 
Recreation, Illini Union (4) : Illini Union 
Board (4); Major Chairman (3); Illini 
Union Council (3): Illini Union Committee 
(1, 2, 3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2): Il- 
lini Rural Observer (1, 2) ; Weslev Founda- 
tion (2, 3); All-Ag Field Dav Committee 
(1, 2); Plowbov Prom Committee (2); 
W.G.S. Ball Committee (2); Home Eco- 
nomics Club 

Barbara Jean Cross Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
f Chemistry 

Busey Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta ; Iota Sigma Pi ; Wom- 
en's Glee Club ( 3) 

Honors Lay (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Allen Grafton Cox Kirksy, Ky. 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Murray State College 



William Michael Coy Chicago 

Commerce 
Banking and Finance 
Parade Ground Units 
Newman Foundation Student Council (3, 
4) ; Finance Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University oi 
Illinois 




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Robert Leonard Cross Riverdale 

Agriculture 
General A gricultu re 



John Crossen Cliicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi Kappa 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; Interfraternity 
Council (3) ; Varsity Wrestling Squad (2) ; 
Freshman \ arsity Wrestling Squad ; First 
Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC 






Jeanne Ethel Crawford Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Leinad 
Pi Mu Epsilon 
Honors -L»ay (2, 3) 





Nora Ann Crown Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha House 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; W.A.A. (2) ; 
French Club 



Mary Elizabeth Crawford .... Galesburg 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Torch; Shi-Ai; Phi Upsilon Omicron; The 
lllio (1, 2); Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 
:;, 4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); Campus 
Chest (1, 2); W.A.A. (1); Illini Board of 
Control (3, 4) ; Panhellenic Ball Commit- 
tee (2); Home Economics Club; Marketing 
Club 






Robert Eugene Cryer Jolief 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Sigma Pi 
Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad; Dol- 
phins (2, 3, 4): IM Rec Board (4); Cap- 
tain, Air Force ROTC 



Mary Jean Crawford Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Alpha Phi 
The lllio (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); 
Spanish Club; Tail Illini Club 
MacMurray CoJtego 



Jerry' Arnold Crist Mil ford 

Agriculture 
E. vie n x io n 
Farm House 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Major Chairman High 
School Circus Illini Union Committee (3): 
Major Chairman Block I Illini Union Com- 
mittee (4); Illini Union Council (3, 4): 
Illini Rural Observer ( 2 ) ; All-Ag Field 
Day Committee (2); Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (2) ; Cadet Colonel. Air Force ROTC: 
Air Force Council; Arnold Air Society; 
Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 
Club; Illini Forensic Association 






Martha Culbert Chicago 

Physical Education 
Dance 
Delta Phi Epsilon 
The Dailv Illini (I); Illini Union Commit- 
tee (1, 2, 3): Illini Theatre Guild Crew 
(2) ; Campus Chest (2, 3) ; W.A.A. (3, 4) ; 
WILL (2); Orchesis (1. 2, 3, 4); Fresh- 
man Week Committee 13); Young Demo- 
crats Club 
Honors Day (3. 4 ) 



William Bryant Cullen Uttmca 

Commerce 
Insurance 
Delta Sigma l'i 
The Daily Illini (2, 3, 4); Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (2, 3, 4); Interfraternity Council 
(3, 4); House President. (4); Interfrater- 
nity Ball Committee (4); Uli-Knights ; Il- 
lini Insurance Society; Student Junior 
Chamber of Commerce 



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Roy Lester Ci ller, Jr Evanston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Campus Chesl (1) ; Second Lieutenant, Air 
Force ROTC 



Richard Lee Cummins Mattoon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma ; Omega Beta Pi 

Honors Day ( l, 2, 3) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

George Washington University 



Richard Joseph Cunningham. . .Palatine 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Physics 
Granada Club 

Navy Pier Activities; Theater Guild (3) 
Roosevelt College; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



William Owen Cunningham Alvin 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Alpha Zeta: Y.M.CA. Committee (1,.2, 3) : 
Illini Rural Observer (3); Plowhoy Prom 
Committee (1, 2, 3); Lieutenant Colonel, 
Air Force ROTC : Air Force Council ; Agri- 
cultural Economic-. Club; Agriculture Club; 
Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Robert Arnold Curley Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Newman Hall 
Omega Beta Pi; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Junior Bar Association 



Dale Marti.y Curtin Beardstowv 

( lommerce 
Marketing 
Beta Theta Pi 
Sachem: The Daily Illini (4); Star Course 
Manager (2); House President (4); Cap- 
tain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society; 
Illini Insurance Society; .Marketing Club 



Robert Giller Curtiss Stockton 

Agriculture 

Agricultural Science 

Farm House 

Alpha Zeta: Second Regimental Band (2); 

Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 

Club; Dairy Production Club 



Joan Czekala Oak Park 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Chi Omega 

Campus Chest (2. 3); Pine and Applied 
Arts Society 



Gloria Marilyn Czerni \k Chicago 

Liberal Acts and Sciences 
Oht mistry 

Zeta Tan Alpha 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Iota Sigma Pi; Illini 
Union Committee (3); Newman Foundation 
Student Council (3, 4); Polish Club; Tall 
Illini Club 

KavT Pier Activities: Pier Illini (1, 2) 
Honors Day I I, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Beverly' Ann Dady. . . .Indianapolis, Ind. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Delta Gamma 
Sigma Delta Pi; House President (4); 
Russian Language Club ; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (3, 4) 

William Woods College 



James Lawrence Dailing 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Paradise Lost 
A.I.E.E.I.R.E.; Synton 
Quincy College 



Joel Allan Dain Long Island, N. ¥. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
( 'hemistry 
Clark 
Omega Beta Pi; Illini Union Board (2); 
Illini Union Committee (3); M.I. A. Execu- 
tive Council (2, 3) ; House President (1) 
Honors Day ( 1) 



Richard Eugene Dasenbrock. 
Journalism 
Radio 
Joliet Junior College 



Lockport 



Sam Dashepsky Pliiladelphia, Pa. 

Commerce 
A ccountancy 
Accountancy Club; Student Junior Cham- 
ber of Commerce 
Honors Day (2, 3) 
Bradley University 



Richard Francis Dashner. . . .Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Phi Sigma Kappa 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3, 4); First 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC: Infantry Club: 
French Club 

Knox College 



John Dassios Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Flagg House 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club: Navy 
Pier Alumni Association; Young Republi- 
cans Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charles Edwin Daubs McNabo 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Basketball Manager (2); Illini Rural Ob- 
server (2); Arnold Air Society; Agricul- 
ture Club; Hoof and Horn Club 



Robert Clark Daugherty Danvilh 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Pershing Rit'tes 

Danville Community College 



Don vi. ii George Dais Haywood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
( 'kemical Engineering 

Alpha Chi Sigma 
Phi Eta Sigma; Y.M.c.A. Committee (2, 3) ; 
A.c.s.; A.I.Ch.E.; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 
ciation 
Honors Day t l i 

Navy Pier Extension of t lie University of 
Illinois 



Leroy Frank Davidson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 

Barton House 
Sigma Delta Pi; Navy Pier Alumni Associ- 
ation : Spanish Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy 1 -'i?r Externum of the I'niverr.iU of 
Illinois 



Gerald David Davis Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Noble House 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Joan Fay Davis Morris 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University of Dubuque; Northern Illinois 
State Teacher's College 



Kenneth Wayne Davis Springfield 

< lommerce 
Banking and Finance 
Acacia 
Illini Union Committee (2); House Presi- 
dent (4) ; Illini Sportsman's Club 



Lila Elizabeth Davis Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Zeta Phi Eta; Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (2) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Nelson Davis Fanner City 

Agriculture 
General Agricultwe 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow 



Wilma Pauline Davis Potomac 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Pi Delta; Phi Chi Theta 



Sara Williams d ivison Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Mask and 
Bauble, president (3); National Collegiate 
Players: Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Com 
mittee ( 1 ) : Illini Theatre Guild Manager 
(1, 2, 3, 4), cast personnel manager (4); 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast ( l, 2, 3, 4) ; 
V.W.C.A. Committee (1); WILL (3. 4); 
Illini Theatre Guild Board (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 






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Norman Lee Dean Clarendon Hills 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Barton House 

Roosevelt College: Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Audrey Virginia Decker Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

I.nhii 
Presbyterian House 
Alpha Chron ; Alpha Pi Delta: Illini Union 
Committee (1, 2): V.W.C.A. Committee (1, 
2); W.G.S. Executive Council (3); W.G.S. 
Ball Committee (2) 



James Conway' Decker Oregon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) ; Oratorio Society 

(2, 3, 4) ; Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC ; 

Zeta Sigma Alpha 

University of Wisconsin 



Elinorjeanne Lehuanani Defibaugh 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
Journalism 
Editorial 

Theta Upsilon 
The Daily Illini (3, 4) : Women's Glee Club 
(1, 2, 31; Disciples Foundation Student 
Council (1, 2. 3. 4) ; Tall Illini Club 

Bucknell University 



Arden Chester Degner. . .Oshkosh, Wis. 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

A.S.M.E.; German Club; S.A.E. ; Young 
Republicans Club 

Galesbnrg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



George Fred Deihs Dundei 

Engineering 
A-gricultural Engineering 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Basketball Manager i2): Senior Ball Com- 
mittee (4) : Phi Chi Eta : A. S.A.E. 
Valparaiso Universitj 



Lonas Robert Delcour Granite City 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Campus Chest (2); Engineering Council 
(3, 4) : Captain. Air Force ROTC; Pershing 
Rifles; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illuminating Engi- 
neering Society 



Lloyd Joseph De.mel Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
The Daily Illini (4) ; Illini Union Commit- 
tee (4): Varsity Gvmnastics Squad (2); 
Illinois Technograph (2); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1. 2) 

Navv Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Harold Demsetz Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 

Heiv.l Junior College; University of 
Washington; Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of I llinois 



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Walter William Denby Garlinville 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Kappa Sigma 

Illini Theatre Guild Crew (2); Second 

Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC; Hoot' and 

Horn Club 

Blackburn University 





Louis Alexander Dickinson. .Springfield 
i lommerce 
Marketing and Marketing Research 
Moore Hall 
Alpha Kappa Psi : Accountancy Club; Mar- 
keting Club; Student Junior' Chamber of 
Commerce 

Springfield Junior College 



David Allen Dennen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and .Sciences 
Premedicine 
Flagg House 
I Imega Beta Pi 
Honors Day (3) 



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Rvth Jeanne Dickson Gary, Ind. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Western College for Women 




Richard Evans Dennis Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Ph ysics 
Concert Band (1, 2); Football Marching 
Hand (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Marianne Denton Waukegai 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Alpha Phi 
Pi Delta Phi 



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Ralph David Dikball. . . . 

( 'Ollllllfll'f 

Accountancy 

Accountancy Club 

Wright Junior College 



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Dale Willard Dikmer Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; I.T.E.; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 
ciation 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Theodore Edward Desch Chit-nun 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Star and Scroll; Phi Alpha Delta; Cadet 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Junior 
Bar Association ; Young Republicans Club 
Honors Day (3, 4) 



Erhardt Pail Dei-sidle Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Sigma Tan: Phi Eta Sigma; Eta Kappa Nn ; 
Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad; A.!. 
E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1, 2 ) 



Jacquelen Jeanne Devanny. . . .Lincoln 
Physical Education 
Dance 
Sigma Kappa 
Star Course Manager (2); W.A.A. Numer- 
als (4): W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); Orchesis I L, 
X : 1) Physical Klucaticn Majors Club 
(1. 2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Robert Anthony Dezelick Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Sigma Phi Delta 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Fred Vilas Dickinson Springfield 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Moore Hall 
Marketing Club; Student Junior Chamber 
of Commerce; Accountancy Club 
Spring, eld Junior I 'ollege 






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Donald Peter Die.mer Pontiac 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Graham Lodge 
Ordnance Club; A.S.A.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Alfred Gerald Dierkes Quincy 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Newman Hall 
Tribe of Illini; Varsity Baseball Squad (2, 
3, 4), Letter (4): Freshman Varsity Base- 
ball Squad ; A. I. A. 



Ralph Lovis Dietchweiler. .Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Michigan State College; Galesburg Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



David Lawrence Dietejiann .Champaign 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Art 
Delta Upsilon 
Society of Illustrators; Fine and Applied 
Arts Council: National Defense transporta- 
tion Association 



Donald Charles Dietejiann .Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
t 'o ilical Science 
Delta Upsilon 
Anthropology Club; Russian Language 
Club ; Spanish < 'lub 



Albert Philip Dietrich Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Alpha Kappa Psi : Commerce Council (4): 
Accountancy Club 

Northwestern University 



Norma Dietz Chicago 

Education 
Biol Off!/ 
Alpha Phi 
Shi-Ai; The Illio (1. 2) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); 
Teachers- in -Training Club 



Walter DiGiovanni Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Medical I Hunt ration, 



Ronald Eugene Digles Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier; Varsity Baseball; Letterinan 





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DON \li> Bainey Dodds Mt. Vernon 

Journalism 

Publication Management 

Kappa Sigma 

Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (1, 2, 3, 

I). Sports Editor (4); Second Lieutenant, 

Army KOTC 



Margaret Ann Dolan. . .Richmond, Ind. 
Education 
•Social Science 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Illini Union Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (2); W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); W.G. 
S. Executive Council (4); Student Senate 
(I); Coordination Committee (4) 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 



Hugh Dolby Oak Pari. 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Psi Upsilon 
Skull and Crescent, Campus Chest (3, 4); 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC ; Society 
for t lie Advancement of Management (3, 4) 



Laura Ann Donagher Wilmette 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta, president ( 1 ) : Sigma Delta Pi, 
president (4); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3, 4), 
president (4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2, 
3) ; McKinley Foundation Student Council 
(4) ; Spanish Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Geraldine Ramona Dillon Lc Roy 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Kappa Delta Pi: Illini Union Committee (2, 
3. 4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 
MacMurray College 



Paul DiSalvo Cicero 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Wright Junior College 



Charles William Doak Metamora 

Education 
Biology 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Y.M.C.A. Committee ( 1 ) 
Squad (2): Freshman 
Squad; Football Marching Band (2); Sec- 
ond Regimental Hand (1, 2); Men's Glee 
Club (1. 2, 3); McKinley Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (2. 3, 4) 



Varsity Track- 
Varsity Track 



James Wei?. Dobbin. Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgy Engineering 
Captain, Air Force ROTC 
Honor:. Day ( 1, 2, 3, 4) 




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Jerry John Donahue Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; W.I. X.I. (4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Edward Raymond Donnelly. . . .LaSallt 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Prelaw 
Newman Hall 
Saint Bede Junior College 



Joyce Ann Donner Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Sociology 

Alpha Chi Omega 

Panhellenic Executive Council (3); House 

President (4) ; Panhellenic Ball Committee 

(3) 

MacMurray • !o!lege 



Robert Michael Donovan McLean 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Newman Hall 
Newman Foundation Student Council (2, 
3); Plowboy Prom Committee (3); Second 
Lieutenant, Army KOTC: National Defense 
Transportation Association; Agriculture 
Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Illi-Knights 



Gladys Jean Dodd Melvin 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Palamar 
W.G.S. Executive Council (3); House 
President (4); Home Economics Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 




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Marian Jelovsek Dork Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Busey Hall 

Major I; W.A.A. Numerals; W.A.A. (1, 2, 
3. 4) ; IM Rec Board (3) ; Physical Educa- 
tion Majors Club 



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Helen Dowel.1i Mahomet 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 

Alpha Xi Delta 
Shi Ai \lplm l'i Dilta lllini T ni::ti 1 Dm- 
mittee (1, 2); lllini Theatre Guild Crew 
14): Y.W.O.A. Committee (2, 3); Campus 
Chest (2); W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); University 
Chorus (2); Panheller.ic Hall Committee 
(2); Young Republicans Club 

University of Wisconsin 





Tommy Miles Drue ISerwyn 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Parade Ground Units 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho 
Tan: Student Veterinary Medical Ass'n 
Morton Junior College 



Ravonne DnwtLL Mason City 

Agriculture 

Vocational Agriculture 

Alpha Zeta : Alpha Tau Alpha; Agriculture 

Education Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof 

and Horn Club 

Bradley University. Western Illinois 
State College 



Amy Lou Doziei: Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Cagle Hall 
lllini Union Committee (3); lllini Theatre 
Guild Manager (1): W.A.A. (1); Physical 
Education Majors Club 



Arthur Frederick Drallmeier. Ait'crside 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architectural Engineering 

Delta Sigma Phi 

Interfraternitv Council (3): A. I. A.; A.S. 

C.E. 

Lyons Township Junior College; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



Robert Augustus Draznik Joliet 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 

M.I.S. 

Joliet Junior College 



Ronald Edward Drell Ottawa 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau Delta Phi 

The Daily lllini ( 1 ) : Second Lieutenant. 
Army ROTC; National Defense Transporta- 
tion Association 



Delores Ann Dkexnan Peoria 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Torch; Shi-Ai ; Gamma Alpha Chi, president 
(31; Theta Sigma Phi; The Illio (1. 2); 
lllini Union Board (ti; Panhellenic Execu- 
tivo Council (3, 4). secretary (4); Panhel- 
lenic Ball Committee I '_' t 




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Gertrude Rogers Drysdale Vrbana 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Wheelock College 



Kenneth Paul Dubrovin Chicago 

Agriculture 
Soil Fertility 

Tail Kappa Epsilon 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; lllini Union 
Committee (2); Star Course Manager (2) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Leslie Duewer Mt. Sterling 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Nabor House 
Sachem; Campus Chest (3): M.I. A. Execu- 
tive Council (.1, 2, 3, 4): House President 
(4); Agriculture Council (4i : AIl-Ag Field 
Day Committee (2); Campus Chest Alloca- 
tions and Advisory Hoard (3) ; Agricultural 
Education Club; Agriculture Club; A.S. A. 
E.; Hoof and Horn Club: Rural Life Club 



David Arthur Dufpell. . .Squalunk, Mo. 

Agriculture 

Animal Science 

Hoof and Horn Club; Tall lllini Club; 
Young Democrats Club 



Godfrey Lawrence Duke 

Whitestone, .V. Y. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Star and Scroll; Star Course Manager (3) ; 
Interfraternitv Council (2); Major, Air 
Force ROTC; A.I. A.: A.S.C.E. 



William Dean Duncan. . 
( lommerce 
Marketing 



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Robert Stanley Drew Chicago 

Commerce 

Economics 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Commerce Council 
Major, Army ROTC; Phi Chi Eta; 
Insurance Society 
Honors Day (2, 3 ) 



(3) ; 
lllini 



Gerhard Walter Drews Dundee 

Commerce 

Marketing 
German Club; Marketing Club 
Elgin Communirj College 





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Ramon Di ran Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Landscape A rchitecture 
Zeta Psi 
Skull and Crescent ; Interfraternitv Coun- 
cil (1): Forsite ('2. 3); Landscape Archi- 
tecture Society 



Mary Louise Dusenberry Orion 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music 

Stratford House 

University Orchestra (3); Oratorio Society 

(3); lllini Christian Fellowship (3, 4); 

Baptist Foundation Student Council (3, 4) 

Western State College 



Florian Kenneth Dusik Chicago 

Commerce 
.4 ccountancy 

Accountancy Club; Navy Pier Alumni As- 
sociation 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 

Illinois 



Donald Leux Di ster Chicago 

Liberal Arts anil Sciences 
Mathematics 
Wells' House 
Sachem: Illini Union Committee (3); 
M.I. A. Executive Council (3. 4) ; House 
President CM: Track Manager (2); Sec- 
ond Lieutenant. Army ROTC 





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Shirlan Lee Eckert Herrin 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 

Southern Illinois University 



Raymond Leonard Eckman ... .Lombard 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Miuawa Lodge 
Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Mu Epsilon; University 
Chorus (1) : Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 
2, 3, 4), President (4) 

Honors Day (1, 2. 3) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 






Robert Clifford Duty Morrison 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Western Illinois State College 



Howard Carl Dutzi Elimvood Park 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Barton House 
A.I.A.: A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Raymond Dvorak Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Social Science 

Spanish Club: Teachers-in-Training Club: 

Pier Illini; International Relations Club: 

University Choir 

College of St. Thomas: Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Richard James Dvorak i. . . .Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Barton House 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Valerie Ramey Dwyer Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Shorter Board; Shi-Ai; The Ulio (1, 2); 
Star Course Manager ( 2 ) ; Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1. 2): Panhellenic Executive Coun- 
cil (3) : Freshman Council; Freshman Week 
Committee (1. 2, 3) : LAS Council (1, 2, 3) 
Honors Day (2) 



Walter Leslie Dwyer Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Architecture 
Captain. Army ROTC: Tau Nu Tau ; A.I. A. 
Dnivercitj of Miami 



Terry Dye Danville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Srii nee 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 





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Byron James Eddy Maywood 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Medep, Lodge 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Thobb Holger Edcren Rockford 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architect ural Engineering 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3); Second 
Regimental Band (1, 2, 3) ; A. I. A. 



Kathleen Ann Edmeier Aurora 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Vanlig 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



David Ernest Edmunds Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 

Chi Phi 
Society of Illustrators, president (4) ; Fine 
and Applied Arts Council (3); Second 
Lieutenant. Army ROTC; National Defense 
Transportation Association; Fine and Ap- 
plied Arts Society 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Wright Junior College 



John Ora Edmunds Cerro Gordo 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Alpha Phi Omega ; Wesley Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (3. 4) ; A.S.M.E. 
Eastern Illinois State College 



James Malone Edwards Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics and Political Science 
Beta Theta Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem; Skull and Crescent; 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (3, 
4)'; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1); Student Senate (2, 3, 4), 
president (4) ; Committee on Student Af- 
fairs (4) ; Class Vice-President (2) ; Fresh- 
man Council (1); N.S.A. Senate Subcom- 
mittee (4) ; Convocations Committee (2, 3) ; 
Young Democrats Club 



Richard Wilson Edwards Streator 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biology 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Campus Chest (2); House President (4); 
University Chorus ( 1 ) ; Oratorio Society 
(2) ; Second Lieutenant. Air Force ROTC; 
Young Republicans Club 



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Robert William Edwards. . . .Champaign 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Beta Theta Pi 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); Intramural 
Manager (2, 3); IM Rec Board (3); Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Tau Nu Tan; 
A.I.A. 
Honors Day ( 1, 2) 



Thomas Mitchell Edwards 

Chattanooga, Term. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Tau Nu 
Tau; A.S.C.E. 



John Charles Eggert Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Physical Education 
Delta Phi 
Varsity Wrestling Squad (2) 



Robert Charles Eixsweiler Galena 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 

Alpha Rho Chi 
Gargoyle; Tau Beta Pi; Y.M.C.A. Commit- 
tee (1) ; House President (3) ; Pine and 
Applied Arts Council (4); Pershing Rides 
(2): A.I.A. ; A.S.C.K.: Kino and Applied 
Arts Society (2, :'. ) ; Floriculture Club, 
president; Illuminating Engineering Society 
Honors Day (2, :'.. 4). University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Platteville State Teachers College 



James David Eisen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Brandeis University 



Barbara Eisendroth Chicago 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; 
The Daily Mini ( 3 ) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Oberlin College. Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 



Glen Roger Ekman Itasca 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Alpha Phi Omega : Major Chairman Jazz- 
U-Like-It Ulini Union Committee (4) ; II- 
lini Union Council (4); Senior Ball Com- 
mittee (4), chairman (4) ; Agriculture Club 
Bradley University 















Cleon Julius Elmore Beards town 

Engineering 
Agricvlta ra I E ng in coin g 
Witenshire 



Geralo Siuney Elovitz Chicago 

Law 
Law 

Barton House 
M.I. A. Executive Council; Accountancy 
Club: Junior Bar Association; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Debate 
Squad (2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Naji Haddawy Else Aim Hillah, Iraq 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Cosmopolitan 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Moslem Students Associa- 
tion 

Baghdad Preparatory College 



Bernard William Klsner Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Tribe of Ulini; Varsity Football Squad (2, 
3), Football Letter (2, 3): Freshman Var- 
sity Wrestling Squad : Assistant Company 
Commander, Army ROTC; Infantry Club 



James Joseph Elson Chenoa 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Ulini Union Committee (4); Newman 
Foundation (3, 4), president (4); Agricul- 
ture Club; Young Democrats Club 
University of Notre Dame 



Burt Willard Eltzrotb Tonlon 

Commerce 
Economics 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Skull and Crescent; Interfraternitv Council 
(1. 2. 3); Captain, Air Force ROTC: Air 
Force Council; Arnold Air Society; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Marketing Club 
Honors Day (3) 



Carolyn Burke Emoxs Alton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Pi Beta Phi 
Shorter Board; Mask and Bauble: Zeta Phi 
Eta; Ulini Theatre Guild Manager (3, 4) 
Honors Day (3) 
Monmouth College 



Roy Elam Anna 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E., president (4) 




Sally Marie Em rich Elgin 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Ed If ration 
Gamma House 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Sigma Alpha Iota, 
president (4); House President (4); Con- 
cert Band (1, 2. 3. 4) : Oratorio Societv (3. 
4) ; School of Music Student Council (2, 3) ; 
Gamma Delta 

Honors Day (1. 2, 3). University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



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BERXARD ELIAS Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Ulini (1, 2) ; 
The Brave (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Ann Carolyn Engelbrecht Oregon 

Agriculture 

Bontc Economics 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Ulini Union Committee (3): Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (3): Campus Chest (3); Young 

Republicans Club 

Illinois Wesleyan University 



Kenneth William Engelbrecht 

Watseka 

Engineering 
General Engineer ing 
Tan Kappa Epsilon 
Phi Eta Sigma; A.S.M.E.; German Club 



Lloyd ROGER ENGELBRECHT Waterloo 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Mooro Hall 
House President (3) 



Greta Dawn EngST LaGrange 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Prenwsing 
Busey Hall 
Fabriola Pre-Nursing Club; Young Repub- 
licans Club 

Lyons Township Junior College, Cook 
County School of Nursing 




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Robert Doss Evans, Jr Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architecture 
Alpha Rlio (In 
Student Senate CD: Class President (3): 
A.I.A.; Rifle and Pistol Club 



Henry LeGrande Evers, Jr. ... Evanston 
( lommeree 
.4 ccountancy 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Accountancy Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Allen Ewbank Marshall 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Alpha Tan Alpha; Captain, Air Force RO 
TC ; Arnold Air Society : Agricultural Edu- 
cation Club 



Louise Marie Ericsson Chicago 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Illini Union Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1); Campus Chest (2, 3); 

Home Economics Club; Marketing Club 





Carol Elizabeth Ewtng 

White Plains. N. Y. 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Kappa Delta 
Shi-Ai; Illini Union Committee (1, 2); 
Campus Chest (1. 2) 



Shirley June Erickson Allona 

Agriculture 

Home Economics Education 

4-H House 

Illini Union Committee (1); All-Ag Field 

Day Committee ( 1, 2, 3); Plowboy Prom 

Committee (1); Home Economics Club 



Elmer Ellis Ewing Stanford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Son's Home 
Phi Eta Sigma; McKinley Foundation; Stu- 
dent Council (3, 4), president (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Virginia Alice Erickson TJrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Alcestis 
Torch; Alpha Chron ; Pi Delta Phi; Major 
Chairman, Summer From, Illini Union Com- 
mittee (2); Illini Union Committee (2); 
Illini Theatre Guild Crew (1, 2); Illini 
Theatre Guild Cast (1); Y.W.C.A. Commit- 
tee (1); W.G.S. Executive Council (3); 
House President (3) ; Student Senate (3) ; 
WILL (1, 2, 4); McKinley Foundation 
Student Council (3); French Club; Span- 
ish Club 



Charles Arthur Esser Des Plaines 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Student Veterinary Medical Ass'n 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Melvin Esworthy Ogden 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 



Rita Joan Evans Harrisburg 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Zeta Tan Alpha 
Mortar Board; Torch; Sigma Alpha Iota; 
The Daily Illini (2) ; Star Course Manager 
(2. 3) ; House President (4) ; Concert Band 
(1, 2, 3, 4); University Sinfonietta (2); 
University Orchestra (1, 2, :'.. 4) ; Women's 
Glee Club (4) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 








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Robert Everett Fairbanks Chicago 

Engineering 
Elect n •■ul Engineering 
Psi Upsilon 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 4) ; Dolphins 
(1, 2, 3, 4); Illuminating Engineering So- 
ciety 



Beverly Jeanne Falk Winnetka 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Busey Hall 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (3); W.A.A. (4); Physical Ed- 
ucation Majors Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Wood Fanning Dallas, Tex. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 
Sigma Pi 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3) : Y.M.C.A. Committee 
(1. 2, 3, 4); Football Marching Band (3, 
4); First Regimental Band (3, 4); Second 
Regimental Band (1, 2); Men's Glee Club 
(2, 3, 4) ; German Club 



George Alan Farmer East St. Louis 

Division of Special Services 

Marketing 

Alpha Tau Omega 

Varsity Tennis Squad (4), Letter (4) ; 

Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force ROTC ; Air 

Force Council 



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Frank Gerald Farwell Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Chi I'si 
The Daily lllini (1); Intel-fraternity Coun- 
cil c_'): Football Manager ( 1. 2); Second 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Phi Chi Eta 



Dorothy Lorraine F.u lps. . . .Oak Park 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Busey Hall 
Home Economics Club 



John Edward Favero Coal City 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Eta Sigma; Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Muriel Rosamond Faw Washburn 

Education 
Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Children 
4-H House 
lllini Union Committee (3) : Rural Life 
Club 



Dale Frederick Feastee. . . .Coal Valley 
Agriculture 

General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Alpha Zeta ; Varsity Track Squad (2. 3); 
Freshman Varsitv Track Squad; Varsity 
Cross Country Squad (3); All-Apr Field 
Day Committee (3): Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (2) : Lieutenant Colonel, Air Force 
ROTC; Arnold Air Society; Agricultural 
Economics Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof 
and Horn Club 
Honors Day (1, 3 ) 



Clarence Feiereisel McBenry 

Education 

Social Studies 

Barton House 

Alpha Phi Omega; lllini Union Committee 

(4); lllini Theatre Guild Cast (3, 4); 

House President (3) 



Kenneth Irwin Felderman 

Clinton. Iowa 

Agriculture 

Flo rial It arc 
Sigma Pi 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Alpha Xi; 
House President (4); Floriculture Club, 
president (3) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Richard Webster Fell Champaign 

Journalism 

Radio 
Sigma Delta Chi: .Major. Army ROTC; In- 
fantry Club 



Lvle Dean Ferguson 1 nna 

Commerce 
Marketing ami Management 

Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Ronald Hugh Ferguson Homewood 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Theta Xi 
Phi Epsilon Kappa: House President (4); 
Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Captain, 
Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau : Indian Stu- 
dents Association : Physical Education Ma- 
jors Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4) 



Everett Harold Fields Paxton 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 



Robert Grant Fields. . .North Henderson 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Minawa Lodge 
Alpha Zeta; Second Regimental Band (3); 
lllini Christian Fellowship (3, 4); Agricul- 
tural Economics Club; Agriculture Club; 
Field and Furrow 
Honors Day ( 4) 

Western Illinois State College 



Joan Marilyn Fife Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Sherwood Lodge 
Milton College; Northwestern University 



William Jack Finlay Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Flagg House 
Phi Eta Sigma; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Jerome D. Fireman Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce and Laic 
Noble House 
Beta Gamma Sigma: Captain, Air Force 
ROTC 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Robert Dale Firth Bcidd 

Commerce 
Industrie I A d in in ixt ration 
College Hall 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC 



Robert Bernard Fisher 

University City. Mo. 

Engineering 

Metallurgical Engineering 
Pi Lambda Phi 
House President (4): M.I.S. 
Washington University 



Sheldon Zellick Fisher Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teaching of Social Studies 
lllini Union Committee (3): Military Ball 
Committee (3): Second Lieutenant, Ail- 
Force ROTC; Young Republicans Club 



Virginia Anne Fisher Decatur 

Agriculture 

Home Economics Education 

ZetB Tan Alpha 

The Illio (2); Illini Union Committee (1): 

Ulini Rural Observer ( '-' ) ; Home Economics 

Club 



James Edward Fitzgerald Pari* 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Phi Kappa 
Student. Veterinary Medical Ass'n 
Purdue University 



Charlotte Ann Fitzpatrick. . . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Campus 
Chest (3) ; W.A.A. (3, 4) ; Junior Orchesis 
(3, 4) ; Young Republicans Club 
(irinnell College 




Philip Harry Flick Chicago 

Commerce 

Economics 
Delta Chi 
The Daily Illini (1, 2); The Illio (2, 3), 
Junior Business Manager; Illini Union 
Committee (1, 2); Interfraternitv Council 
(3. 4) : Intel-fraternity Ball Committee (2) ; 
Military Ball Committee (3): Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC; Phi Chi Eta; Illini 
Insurance Society 



Janet May Flowers Elmwood Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chcmixl rg 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Monmouth College 



James Edmund Flynn Champaign 

Commerce 
Economics 

Alpha Sigma Phi 
Freshman Varsity Wrestling Squad: Phi 
Chi Eta; Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC 



Charles Thomas Flagler Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman Hall 
WILL (4) ; Marketing Club 

Port Arthur College: Galesburg Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois: Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Donald James Flaherty Ladd 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Newman Hall 
Student Religious Council (3); Newman 
Foundation Student Council (3, 4); Agri- 
culture Club; A.S.A.E. 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby .Junior College 



Thomas Patrick Flattery. . .Springfield 
Agriculture 
Marketing 
Moore Hall 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC: Agricul- 
tural Economics Club; Agriculture Club; 
Hoof and Horn Club; Marketing Club; Stu- 
dent Junior Chamber of Commerce 
Springfield Junior College 



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Adel LAURA FOCHTMANN Springfield 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 

Phi Chi Theta ; Lutheran Student Associa- 
tion (4) 

Butler University 



Catherine Eleanor Foltyxewicz. Tonica 
Education 
Art 
LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College: Il- 
linois State Normal University; Northern 
State Teachers College 



Verlin William Foltz Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 

College Hall 
Rifle and Pistol Club 



Loris Howard Fleck 

Commerce 
Management 
Olivet, Nazarene College 



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Carolyn Flesher Taylorville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Alpha- Delta Pi 
The Daily Illini ( 1 ) 






Reva Alice Fort Armington 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Zeta Tau Alpha 

Illio (1, 2, 3); Star Course (1); Home 
Economics Club 



Marilyn McCown Foster Vrhana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Honors Day (3) 



Isaac Alonzo Flesher Gridley 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 




John Lawrence Fowlie La den, me 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Alpha Delta Phi 
Oratorio Society (3, 4) 

Lyons Township Junior College 



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Audrey Maxixe Fox Chicago 

Journalism 

Radio 

Laurel Mouse 

Illini Theatre Guild Crew < 1, :i) ; House 

President (3) ; Hillel Foundation Student 

Council (3) 



Gerald David Pox Palestine 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Colonial Manor 
Alpha Zeta; House President (4) ; Agricul- 
ture Club: Hoof and Horn Club; Illini 
Sportsman's Club 
Vincennes University 



Robert Bruce Foxall Elmhvrst 

Engineering 
Cera in ic Engineering 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Keramos: Second Lieutenant, Air Force RO- 
TC: Scabbard and Blade 



Donna Jane Frame Eldon, Mo. 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Alpha Phi 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Gamma Alpha Chi; 
Theta Sigma Phi ; Freshman Week Com- 
mittee (4) 

Drury College 



Allan Jerome Francisco Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Major. Army ROTC : Infantry Club, presi- 
dent (4) 

University of South Carolina 



Barbara Jeax Frank Chicago 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Evans Hall 
Illini Union Committee (1); Illini Theatre 
Guild Crew (1, 2) 



Ursula Frankel Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Ivria 
W.A.A. (2, 4) ; House President. (4) 
Wilson Junior College 









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Robert Eugene Frazier. . . .Greeley, Colo. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
A rchitecture 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Scarab; Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; 
Phalanx; A. I. A. 
Butler University 



Tevis Cooper I-'ki.em \x Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.4 rchitecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Gargoyle, president (3); Fine and Applied 
Arts Council (3. 4) ; Captain, Army ROTC: 
A. LA. 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3, 4) 



Jeanne Ann Fricke Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Delta Zeta 
The Dailv Illini (4) ; Illini Union Commit- 
tee (4) : Illini Theatre Guild Crew (4) ; 
Tall Illini Club 
Beloit College 



Laurence Irwin Friedman Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Clark House 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Alpha 
Rho Tan; Marketing Club; Praetorians 



David Ardin Frisbie Woodstock 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau 



Alice Irene Froehlixo Cissna Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Beta House 
Alpha Chron : Mask and Bauble; Zeta Phi 
Eta; Illini Theatre Guild (2, 3), associate 
manager (3); House President (3) 
Honors Day (2) 



Rosie Fujikawa Glendale, Calif. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Priceome 

University of California; Roosevelt Col- 
lege 



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Jean Audrey Frase Oak Park 

Education 
Element urii Education 
Zeta Tau Alpha 



Bruce Haven Frazier Glencoe 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Alpha Tau Omega 
Ma-Wan-Da; Skull and Crescent; Tribe of 
Illini; Varsity Baseball Captain (4); Vars- 
ity Baseball Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 3, 
4) ; Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; Cap- 
tain, Army ROTC; National Defense Trans- 
portation Association 







Jane Funkhouser Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Chi Omega 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Theta Sigma Phi: 
The Daily Illini (3, 4); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1); Illini Theatre Guild Manager 
(2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2); House 
President (4) 
Honors Day (1. 2) 



William Joseph Fuzzi. .Union City, N. J. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 



Gloria Ann Gable /,« Granite Park 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Shorter Board; Torch: Shi-Ai; Gamma 
Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; The Illio, 
Junior Manager ( 'A ) ; The Illio (1, 2, 3); 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 




John Gambon Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Tennis Team (1, 2), Letter (1, 2) 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




Kenneth Allen Gablin Thomson 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Illini Forensic Association 

Western Illinois State College 



Robert Calvin Gach Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Illini Christian Fellowship (3): Marketing 
Club, president (4) ; Rifle and Pistol Club 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Wilson 
Junior College 



Donna Jane Gaddis Raleigh 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Sherwood Lodge 
Kappa Delta Pi : German Club 
Honors Day (1.4) 

Asbury College; Southern Illinois Uni- 
versity 



Cecile Ann Gagan Oak Park 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Chi Omega 
Torch; Mask and Bauble; Theta Sigma Phi; 
The Illio (1, 2); Illini Union Committee 
(1); Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2, 3): 
Star Course Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee ( 1 ) ; Freshman Council 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Sarah Catherine Gain Rushville 

Agriculture 
Floriculture 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Pi Alpha Xi, president (4); Floriculture 
Club 



Robert Stephen Gallagher. .. .Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Delta Chi 

Senior Gymnastic Manager (4) ; Athletic 

Council (4) ; Ensign. NROTC; Accountancy 

Club 



Ramirez Hector Fabio Gallo 

Bogata, Colombia, S. A. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University of Los Andes 



Alfonso Galvis. .Bogota, Colombia, S. A. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
University of the Andes 




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George Eugene Gandbatj Aurora 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Delta Chi 
Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (1, 2, 
3), Junior Sales Manager (3); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1); University Chorus (1); 
Student Junior Chamber of Commerce 



Alicia Garcia-Colin. .Mexico City, Mexico 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Latin A merican Studies 

Caglo Hall 

Newman Foundation Student Council (3, 

4); Ibero-Americ an Association; Spanish 

Club 

Mexico City College; Maryville College 



Charles William Gardner 

Davenport, Iowa 
Commerce 
Management 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; Y.M. 
C.A. Committee ( 1 ) ; Second Lieutenant. 
Army ROTC ; Phalanx: Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Oral Eugene Gardner Rock Island 

( Jommerce 
Management 

Moline Community College 



Robert Bruce Garland Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

( he mist r II 

Delta Phi 
Honors Day (1.2) 



Mary Shirley Garman Bethany 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Yanlig 
McKinley Foundation Student Council (3, 
4) ; Home Economics Club 



Ted Lewis Garrison Mt. Ternon 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Campus Chest 
(1, 2); Intramural Manager (2, 4); Con- 
cert Band (1, 2, 3, 4) : Football Marching 
Band (1, 2, 3, 4) ; A.S.C.E. 



Barbara Ann Gates Belmont, 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Botany 
Alpha Phi 
Campus Chest (3, 4) 
Illinois College 



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Phillip Wendell Gates. . . .Thomasboro 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Varsity Track Squad (4); Freshman Vars 
ity Track Squad; Major, Army BOTC; 
Pershing Bines; Scabbard and Blade; Zeta 
Sigma Alpha 



Monte Herring Gaul Tipton, Iowa 

( lommerce 
/ ;/ d ust via I A d m i n ist in Hon 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Iowa State College; University of Iowa; 
Colorado A. and M. College 



Joseph Anthony Gawronski. . . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
£?i ography 
Newman Hall 
Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad; Can- 
tain, Army BOTC ; Alpha Bho Tau ; Infan- 
try Club; Junior Bar Association; Polish 
Club; Rifle and Pistol Club; Spanish Club 









Richard Gaydos 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
M.I.S. 

Syracuse University 



Chicago 





Richard Gelbert 

Commerce 
Marketing 



. Chicago 





ROSANN MABERY (iELVIN Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Illini Theatre Guild Crew (1, 2); WILL 
(2) ; Terrapin ( 1. 2, 4) 



Artihu Marvin Gensior 

Brooklyn, N. T. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

( 'hemistry 

Lundgren House 

Illini Union Committee (2, 3, 4); Y.M.CA. 

Committee (3, 4); Captain, Army BOTC; 

Spanish Club 



Pascal Anthony Gerard Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Club Lana 
House President. (3); A.S.M.E. 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 





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Phillip Henry Gerbert Seneca 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Second Lieutenant, Air Force BOTC; Cyclo- 
them Club; Illini Sportsman's Club 






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Herbert Lee Gerecke Pekin 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Sigma Pi 
Tribe of Illini (3, 4) : Basketball Squad (2, 
3. 4). Letter ( :i. 4): Freshman Varsity 
Basketball Squad : First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Infantry Club 



Elmer Claud Gerlach Sparta 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Education 
Nabor House 
Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tan Alpha; Intramural 
Manager (2); Agricultural Council (3, 4); 
All-Ag Field Day Committee (1, 2, 3); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (2, 3); Major, 
Air Force BOTC: Arnold Air Society; 
Pershing Rities; Agricultural Education 
Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn, 
president (4) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Gerald Day Germanson 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architect unit Engineering 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Star and Scroll; Illini Union Committee (1, 
2); House President (4); Fine and Ap- 
plied Arts Society 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

University of Wisconsin 



Marvin Homer Gesell Bloomington 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Chi Psi 
Illini Union Committee (3); Star Course 
Manager (1, 2); Intramural Manager (1, 
2 ) : University Chorus (II; Men's Glee Club 
( 1 ) ; Oratorio Society (2) 



George Joseph Getty Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Parade Ground LTnits 
Phi Eta Sigma; A.I.A. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the LTniversity of 
Illinois 



Kenneth Daniel Getz Morton 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Star and Scroll; Alpha Zeta; Y.M.CA. 
Committee (1, 2); Interfraternity Council 
(3); Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad; 
Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4); president (4); 
Agriculture Council (3) ; All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (2, 3) ; Plowbov Prom Commit- 
tee (2. 3) ; Captain, Army BOTC; National 
Defense Transportation Association; Agri- 
culture Club; Dairy Production Club 



Lowell Lee Getz Chesterfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
The Mansion 
Phi Kappa Phi ; Phi Beta Kappa ; Phi Eta 
Sigma; Captain, Army BOTC; Illini Sports- 
man's Club, president. (2); Ecology Club 
Honors Day (1, '-', 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Ruth Ann Getz Morton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Pi Beta Phi 
Zeta Phi Eta (4) : Illini Union Committee 
(3) ; Campus Chest (3) 
Christian College 



Burzoe Khushro Ghandhi 

Allahabad. India 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; Indian Students 
Association 
Honors Day (3) 

St. Joseph's College 



Shirley Ann Giesecke Belvedere 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Palamar 

Mask and Bauble (2, :!. 4); Illini Theatre 
Guild Manager (2, 3, 4) ; University Chorus 
(•_'); Choristers ( l ) 




Jeanette Theodora Gilchrist ... Peoria 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Rosewood 



James William Gill S/>eer 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Mi-Dell 
Alpha Zeta; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Stu- 
dent Senate (4); Illini Rural Observer 
(2); All-Ag Field Day Committee (2, 3); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (1, 2, 3) ; Cap- 
tain, Air Force ROTC; Agriculture Club; 
Field and Furrow : Hoof and Horn Club 



Joanne Elaine Gillespie. . . .Glen Eltt/n 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Iota Sigma Pi: Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) 
Monmouth College 








Glenn Leverne Glassburn Coleta 

Education 
Industrial Education 
Industrial Education Society 
Western Illinois State College 



Mary-Jo Gmelich Peru 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Committee on Student Affairs (2); Uni- 
versity Chorus ( 2 ) 

University of Washington 



Robert Dean Goben Bloomington 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Dornoch 

Alpha Tau Alpha 

Illinois State Normal University 



Elizabeth Christa Gohrbandt. 

Oak Park 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Evans Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Iota Sigma Pi; 
Arnold Air Society 

Honors Day (1. 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Lewis Ira Golan Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 

Pi Lambda Phi 
Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (4); 
Varsity Swimming Squad (2); Navy Pier 
Alumni Association ; Tall Illini Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (2) 
Honors Day ( 4 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois: University of Chicago 






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Donald Ned Goldberg Chicago 

Commerce 
,1 ccountancy 
Plagg House 
Accountancy Club; Navy Pier Alumni As- 
sociation 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (2) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Stanley Goldberg Kansas City, Mo. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
Scarab; Captain, Air Force ROTC; A. I. A. 



Stanford Goldm \n Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
500 Club 
Campus Chest (1); House President (2); 
Accountancy Club 



Eleanore Ettie Goldsmith Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Busey Hall 
Illini Rural Observer (2) ; Home Economics 
Club 



Raymond John Golik Chicago 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Theta Delta Chi 

Pi Tau Sigma; Interfraternity Council (2) : 

Major, Army ROTC: Tau Nu Tau; A.S. 

M.E., president (3) 

Honors Day (1, 2, :i ) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarsip Key 



Nikolai Theodor Goncharoff. . .Chicago 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Parade Ground 1'nils 
Sachem; Tomahawk; Y.M.C.A. Board of 
Directors (3) ; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (1, 2, 3) ; 
r.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2, 3, 4); House 
President (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Illini For- 
ensic Association 



Jaime Euleta Gonzalez 

Bogota, Colombia 
Engineering 
Electrical E ng in ee ring 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Ibero-American Associa- 
tion ; Spanish Club 

University of Los Andes 



Joseph Anthony Gonzalez. . .Gary, Ind 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sachem; Skull and Cresent 
Varsity Track Squad (2. 3 
3, 4); Freshman Varsity 
Second Lieutenant, 
Eta 



Tribe of Illini; 

4). Letter (2. 

Track Squad ; 

Army ROTC: Phi Chi 



William Raymond Goodheart 

Eaton, Ohio 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
l'lii Eta Sigma: Illini Union Committee 
(1); Interfraternity Council (1, 2, 3); 
Military Ball Committee (3); First Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC; Phi Chi Eta, Presi- 
dent (4) ; Scabbard and Blade 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



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Meyeb Gorbatkin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Royal Towers 

House President (41; llillel Foundation 
Student Council (3) ; Theatre Guild (1,2); 
Pier Illini ( 'J ) ; N.A.P.I. Radio Production 
Service 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Harold Roy Gordon .. Washington, />. 0. 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (1); University 
Chorus ( 1. 2) ; Men's (llee Club (2) ; WILL 
(1): Colonel, Air Force ROTC; Air Force 
Council; Armed Forces Council; Arnold Air 
Society; Scabbard and Blade; Accountancy 
Club; Marketing Club: Society for tile Ad- 
vancement of Management 

Howard Lyon Gordon Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Noble House 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Sigma Delta Chi; The 
Daily Illini (4): Illini Union Committee 
(4); Journalism Council (4); Marketing 
Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (2); 
Varsity Tennis Squad (2); Theatre Guild 
(2) 

University of Wisconsin; Loyola Uni- 
versity; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 



Sharon Yola Gorewit Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Illini Union Committee (2); Illini Theatre 
Guild Crew (3) ; Navy Pier Alumni Associ- 
ation 1 all Illini Club Pur Illini Univers- 
ity Choir 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois: Roosevelt College 



Donald Eugene Goss Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Newman Hall 
Phi Kappa Phi; Beta Gamma Sigma: Beta 
Alpha Psi; Accountancy Club; Student 
Junior Chamber of Commerce 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3); University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University ot 
Illinois 



Richard Eugene Gosswiller. . . .Chicago 
Journalism 
Advertising 
College Hall 

Alpha Delta Sigma: The Daily Illini (3): 

Y.M.C.A. Committee (3); Navy Pier 

Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities : The Brave (2) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 

Illinois 



Delmar James Gottschalk Normal 

Liberal Arts and Science 
Chemical Engineering 
Dornoch 
A.T.Ch.E. 
Honors Day ( :i ) 

Illinois State Normal University 



Yvonne Dorothy Gouchenour. .Vrbana 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Theta Sigma Phi; W.A.A. (1.2); McKinley 
Foundation Student Council (3, 4) 



Genevieve Louise Gould. .. .Kenilwortl 

Physical Education 
Plii/sirnl Education 
Kappa Delta 
Alpha. Sigma Nu : Major I; W.A.A. Num- 
erals; W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4) ; House President 
(4); Terrapin (3, 4); Physical Education 
Majors Club, president I 1 | 
Monmouth College 












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Shirley Louise Gould Peoria 

Education 

Elemcutaii) Education 

Pi Beta Phi 

Illini Union Committee (2); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (3); University Chorus (1); 

Orchesis (1, 2) 



Carl Leslie Gowler Mt. Vernon 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Southern Illinois University 



Robert Willis Graham. .Concord, Calif. 
Commerce 
Management 
Tan. Kappa Epsilon 
Campus Chest (1): Interfraternity Ball 
Committee (2); Ensign. NROTC; Market- 
ing Club; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 



Walter William Graham, 

Commerce 

Economics 

Tara Hall 



.Gurnee 



Cesar Jilio Granados. .Bogota, Colombia 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Universidad Nacional, University of Los 
Andes 



Donald Frank Grass Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Sigma Iota Epsilon : Student Religious 
Council (4) ; Hillel Foundation Student 
Council (1, 2, 3, 4). president (3); Market- 
ing Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, :'.. 4): University of 
Illinois Scholarship Key 



Conway Knight Graves Alton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Kappa Alpha Psi 

Y.M.C.A. Committee ( 1 ) : Interfraternity 

Council (3); House President (4): Major. 

Air Force ROTC: Arnold Air Society 



LaDorothy Imerixe Craves Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Sociology 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 

Campus Chest (4); W.A.A. Numerals (2); 

W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4): Women's Glee CluD 

(3. 4) ; Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Joseph Laverne Greeley. .ElmwoodPark 

Division of Special Services 

Geography 

Kappa Delta Rho 
Star and Scroll; Illini Union Committee 
(3); Senior Ball Committee (2); Second 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donna Josephine Green Ivesdale 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Spanish 
Vanlig 
Shorter Board; Torch: Alpha Chron. presi- 
dent (2); Illini Union Hoard (4); Illini 
Union Committee (1) ; W'.G.S. Executive 
Council (3, 4); Newman Foundation Stud- 
ent Council (2); W.G.S. Ball Committee 
(2. 3), chairman ( '■'< ) ; Spanish Club. 



James David Green Streator 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Theta Xi 
House President (3); Football Manager 
(2): Newman Foundation Student Council 
(2): First Lieutenant. Army ROTC ; Alpha 
Rho Tau : Accountancy Club: Moinguena 



Mary Lor Green Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dairy Production 
Delta Sigma Theta 
W.A.A. Numerals: W.A.A. (1, 2. 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Leo Green Camp Grove 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Phi Kappa 

First Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC: Arnold 

Air So.-i?t\ Agriculture Club Hoof ani 

Horn Club 



Betty SHIELA Greenberg. Wichita, Kans. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Kappa Phi: Mask and Bauble; Illi- 
ni Union Committee (3); Illini Theatre 
Guild Manager I 3, 4) 

Honors Day (2. 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

University of Wichita 



Stuart Neal Greenbergeb Chicago 

Law 

La w 
Tan Delta Phi 
Phi Eta Sigma: The Daily Illini; (1) ; Illini 
Union Committee 12) ; Intel-fraternity Coun- 
cil (1, 2. 3); House President (4); Major, 
Air Force ROTC ; Accountancy Club; Junior 
Bar Association 
Honors Day (1. 2) 



Alice Eugenia Greene Danville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
The Dailv Illini (4): Illini Theatre Guild 
Crew (3, 4): V.W'.C.A. Committee (3. 4); 
American Society for Public Administra- 
tion : Spanish Club 

Danville Junior College 



Marvin Greene Chicago 

( !ommerce 
Accountancy 

Barton House 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Norman Harold Greene Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
Barton House 
Sigma Delta Chi; French Club: Navy Pier 
Alumni Association; Praetorians 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 











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Alan Joel Grei man Chica io 

Law 

Law 
Nu Beta Epsilon; Junior Bar Association; 
Young Democrats Club 
University of < Chicago 



Donald Ralph Grieves Peoria 

Division of Special Services 
Political Science 
Illini Forensic Association; Young Demo- 
crats Club 



Donald Ray Griffith Clinton 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha Zeta : Agriculture Council (3); 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Agricul- 
ture Club; Field and Furrow, president 
(3); Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (1, 2. 3): University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Harold Chester Griffith .... Galesburg 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Parade Ground Units 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; Seabury Foun- 
dation Student Council (3, 4) ; A. I. A. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Anton Grill Woodstock 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Alpha Sigma Phi 
Captain, Army ROTC; Phalanx: Zeta 
Sigma Alpha; Marketing Club 



John- Hannes Grimson, Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Mecha nical Eng i nee ring 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Edward Douglas GROEBE Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Barton House 
Sigma Tau: A.I.E.E.-T.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 , 2 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Max Groemlino Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 

Barton Houso 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (4) ; Intramural Alan 
ager (3); Gamma Delta; German Club: 
Marketing Club: Navy Pier Alumni Associ- 
ation; Society for the Advancement of 
Management, president (4) ; Y.M.C.A. - 
Y.W.C.A. Camera Club (3. 4) 

Navy Fi;r ictivitiis Pier Illir.i (1 .-,) 
Navy Pier "Brave" (3); Illinois Techno 
graph (1); Orchesis (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Henry Fred Gromoll, Jr. 

Evergreen. Purl; 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
German Club 

Morgan Park Junior College. Navy Pier 
Extension of the Ur.iversitj ::f Illinois 



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John Richard Gross Cicero 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Morion Junior College 





William Henry Gumprecht. . . . 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 

Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Jill II CI/ 



William Frederick Grosses. . .Oak Pari 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Beta Theta Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem : The Illio. Associate 
Business Manager (4) ; The Illio (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 





Richard Irwin Gunther Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Lundgren House 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Leroy Grossman Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Medea Lodge 
Illinois Technograph (4); Engineering 
Council (4); A.S.M.E.; Junior Bar Associ- 
ation (4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois: Illinois Institute of Technology 



Willard Herbert Gunther Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Missouri Valley College 



Robkrt Earl Grossman Cambridge 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Chi Psi 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Alpha 
Rho Tau 




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John Donald Gcstafson Chicago 

Commerce 
Finance 
Military Ball Committee (3): Navy Coun- 
cil; Finance Club; Mini Insurance Society; 
Marketing Club; Young Republicans Club 



Lois Jean Gualano Oak Park 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Torch; Gamma Alpha Chi; Theta Sigma 
Phi; The Daily Mini (1, 2, 3, 4); Mini 
Theatre Guild Manager (2. 3); V.W.C.A. 
Committee (2) ; Student Senate (3) ; French 
Club 



Darlene Elaine Guderjan Varna 

Education 
Education of the Mentally Handicapped 
4-H House 
Mortar Board; Torch; Kappa Delta Pi; The 
Daily Mini (2, 3) ; W.G.S. Executive Coun- 
cil (3) ; House President. (4) ; Student Sen- 
ate (2); Mini Rural Observer (1); Lu- 
theran Foundation Student Council (2, 3); 
Gamma Delta; Home Economics Club 
Honors Day ( 1, 2, 3 ) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 







Richard Camp Gustafson Oak Park 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Kappa Sigma 
Skull and Crescent : Intel-fraternity Coun- 
cil (3); House President. (3); Intramural 
Manager (1) ; Captain, Air Force ROTC 



Jeannien Adelle Gustavison. .Rockford 

Agriculture 

Rome Economics 

Gamma Phi Beta 

The Illio (1, 2); Mini Union Committee 

(1): Mini Theatre Guild Manager (1); 

Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); House President 

(4) 



Ralph Dua.ne Gillett Mat/nun 

Agriculture 
A gric ul I a ral Ed u cat ion 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 
Club ; Synton 

Western Illinois Stale College 





George Robert Haack Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
A ichitccl ii 1 1 
Fireside 
A. I. A.; Young Republicans Club 
Wright Junior College 



Marvin Arthur Gummersheimer 

Colo in hill 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 

Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 
Club 

Southern Illinois University; Belleville 
Junior College 



Janet Ann Gumprecht West Saler, 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Iota Sigma Pi 
Honors Day (1, 2) 








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Joseph William Haas Rossville 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Phi Eta Sigma; A. S.A.E. 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Dave Edward Habley Brookfteld 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Concert Band (2, 
3. 4) ; Football Marching Hand (1, 2. 3. 4) ; 
First Regimental Band (1); University 
Sinfonietta (3, 4): University Orchestra 
(2, 3, 4); Reportory Orchestra (1) 
Honors Day (3) 



Morris Sidney Hackjun 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Wilson Junior College 



. Chicago 



Hewitt George Hafer Normal 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Granada Club 
Phi Epsilon Kappa: Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; Captain, Army ROTC ; Phalanx 



Sally Louise Hager Gibson City 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Chi Omega 

Shorter Board; Torch; Mask and Bauble; 

Illini Theatre Guild Manager (3, 4) ; Y.W. 

C.A. Committee ( 1 ) 









Gerald Edward Halweq Joliet 

( lommerce 

Marketing 
Marketing Club 

Joliet Junior College 



Ch \ isles Hamed, Jr Chicago 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Newman Hall 
Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associ- 
ation 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Bryan Hamel. Jr. .River Forest 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Kappa Sigma 

The Daily Illini (1); Freshman Varsity 

Track Squad 



William May'nard Hager Rockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Triangle 
A.I.Ch.E., president (4) ; German Club 

Louisiana State University; Illinois In- 
stitute of Technology 



Wilma Gail Hahn Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2); Terra- 
pin (2) ; Panhellenic Ball Committee (3) 







Lewis Burton Handler Clcicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta Beta Tau 
The Daily Illini (1); Major Chairman of 
Tournaments, Illini Union Committee (3); 
Illini Union Council (3) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee ( I, 2, 3) ; Interfraternity Council 
(2); Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; In- 
fantry Club; Scabbard and Blade; Market- 
ing Club 



Harold Richard Hanes Decatur 

Commerce 

Mn rl, i ting 
Delta Tau Delta 
Skull and Crescent ; Illini Union Commit- 
tee (1, 2); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Cam- 
pus Chest (1, 2): Board of Fraternity Af- 
fairs (2, 3); Interfraternity Council (1, 2, 
3); House President (3); Society for the 
Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (1 ) 



Richard Bairstow Hall Waukegan 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Delta Tau Delta 



Harold Leon Hallberg Biggsville 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Y.M.C.A. Committee (2, 
3) ; Illini Christian Fellowship (2, 3, 4) ; 
Lutheran Foundation Student Council (3, 
4); Agricultural Council (3, 4); Agricul- 
tural Education Club, president (4) ; Agri- 
culture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and 
Horn Club; Young Republicans Club 







James Alexander Hanley, Jr.. . .Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Delta Tau Delta 
Beta Gamma Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; 
Beta Alpha Psi; The Daily Illini (3) 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 2. 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Francis Hannagan.,^. Louis, Mo. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Freshman Council, presi- 
dent (1); Battalion Executive Officer, NR 
OTC ; Armed Forces Council; Navy Coun- 
cil; Scabbard and Blade 
Honors Day ( 1 , 2 ) 



Marilyn Ann Hallberg. M uskegon, Mich. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-nwrsing 
Alpha Phi 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing 





Mark William Ha x nan Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Newman Hall 
Loyola University 



James Maurice Halm Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Cliemistry 
Ohm Sweet Ohm 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





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William Ralph Hanselman.TToo<J River 

Commerce 

Management 

Granada Club 

Military Ball Committee (3); Captain, 

Army ROTC; Ordnance Club; Phalanx; 

Marketing Club 



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Robert w wxi. n \nsen Woodstock 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Northern Illinois State Teachers College 






Prank Brayton Harris Chienno 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Rhetoric and Composition 

Foiir Feathers 
House President ('■'•); Varsity Fencing 
Squad (2, 4); Petty Officer 2nd Class, NR 
OTC; Philosophy Discussion Club; Spanish 
Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier lllini (1); 
Theatre Guild ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Ronald Gordon Hansen Evanston 

Engineering 
Meelm >t i<-ul E ngineefing 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Dale Hanson: Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
Tan Kappa Epsilon 
Skull and Crescent ; House President (4) : 
Major. Air Force KOTC 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 









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Joan Harrison Edwardsville 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Delta (lamina 
lllini Union Committee I !i, 4); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (3, 4); YV.A.A. (3); Panhel- 
lenic Executive Council ( :!. 4) 

Monticello College 



Norma Jean Harshbarger. . . . 
Commerce 
Co m m ere ia I Teach ing 

Alcestis 
Phi Chi Theta 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



. . .Areola 



Lawrence Jerry Haram Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Browery 

Accountancy Club (4) 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 



Frances Harding Bayport, N. J . 

Education 
Ele m e a In ry Ed ilea tion 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (3, 4i 
Honors Day (1, ;i ) 



Ora Mae Harding Belvidere 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Beta House 
Mortar Board ; Torch ; Alpha Chron ; Phi 
Beta Kappa; Alpha Lambda Delta; Campus 
Chest. (2); W.G.S. Executive Council (3); 
Student Senate I :i ) : Committee on Student 
Affairs (3); Coordination Committee (3); 
Reportory Orchestra l I. 2); Wesley Foun- 
dation Student Council (1. 2, 3) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Clifford Ernest Harkness, Jr.. Decatur 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Graham Lodge 



Suzanne Joy Harper Detroit. Mich. 

Libera] Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Young Republicans Club 
Western Michigan College 



Thomas Earl Harrington. . . .Champaign 
Commerce 
Commerce and Law 
Phi Delta Theta 
Varsity Golf Squad (2, 3); Freshman Var- 
sity Golf Squad ; Junior Bar Association 












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Harvey Lloyd Hartenstein Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Varsity Tennis Squad (3) ; Freshman Var- 
sity Tennis Squad 



Marilyn Joyce Hartley. . . 
Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Gamma Phi Beta 



.Centralia 



Edith Louise Hartman Pesotum 

Education 
Ele men ta ry Education 
lllini Theatre Guild Crew (4) : University 
Chorus (1) ; Women's Glee Club (1, 2) 



Ronald Fredrick Hartman Mil ford 

Commerce 
Industrial Miintt<tement 
Lookout Manor 
House President (3); Gamma Delta; Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of Management 



Patricia Ann HaselwoOD. .Elkhart, Ind. 

Education 

El em en tu ry Educatio n 

Delta Delta Delta 

Shorter Board; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3); Y. 

W.C.A. Committee ( 1. 2, 3) 



Melton Adams Hatch. Jb. .. .Champaign 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Delta Chi 
Varsitv Wrestling Squad (3, 4): Canter- 
bury Club (2, 3, 4) ; Captain. Army KOTC; 
Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; A.S. 
M.E. 

Cornell University 



Diane Mas II wves Moline 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Grinnell College; University of Iowa 



Gene Harlan Hawkins 1'exico 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Illi-Knights 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Joyce Sidney Hays Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Speech 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Illini Union Committee (1): Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1); WILL (3); Illini Theatre 

Guild Board. (1) 






Marie Ant.ie HEDEBN Port. Ili/ron 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Stratford 
Houso President (4): Illini Christian Fel- 
lowship (3, 4); Baptist Foundation Stu- 
dent, i louncil t 4 ) 

Northern Baptist Theological Seminary 



Norman David Hedish Chicago 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 

Barton Houso 
Military Ball Committee (1): Captain, 
Army ROTC; Accountancy Club; Market- 
ing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association 



Dennis Joseph Heekerle . 
Commerce 
Accountancy 

Accountancy Club 

Joliet Junior College 



. Joliet 



Sarah Beth Hayes Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Advertising Design 

Chi Omega 

Society of Illustrators; Fine and Applied 

Arts Council (2, 3) ; Fine and Applied Ar's 

Society 




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David Hefter Chicai/o 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Barton House 
Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (3); 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day (2, 3, 4), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Margaret Ann Healey'. . 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Delta Zeta 
Knox College 



. Loda 



Roland Healy' Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Wilson Junior College 







Iris Paulshock Hekter Springfield 

< Commerce 
Marketing 

Campus Chest: Marketing Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

University of Wisconsin 



William Gavin Hego Wheaton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Ordnance Club: Accountancy Club; Mar- 
keting Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Van Leer Hearn Marion 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Parade Ground Units 
Greenville College 



N \-vcv Louise Heater Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Theta Upsilon 
The Illio (2) 



Robert Dean Heberer Freeburg 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Illini Rural Observer (2); Agricultural 
Council (3) ; All-Ag Field Bay Committee 
(3) ; Plowboy Prom Committee (2) ; Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Agriculture 
Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn 
Club; Poultry Science Club. President (3) 






James Rowe Hegner Chicago 

Education 
Biological Sciences 
Illini Fcrsncic 'Association Navy Pisr 
Alumni Association ; Student Veterinary 
Medical Ass'n ; United World Federalists 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Homboldt State College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



John Arthur Heideman. .Tankers, A T . ¥. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Alpha Psi ; Accoun- 
tancy Club; Marketing Club: Moslem Stu- 
dents Association 

Honors Day (1. '-'. :! ) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



RUSSELL Robert Heidenreich. . .Berwyn 
Commerce 
Management 
Football Marching Band (3); First Regi- 
mental Band (3); Illini Christian Fellow- 
ship (3, 4) 

Morton Junior College 



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Christian Enric Heiligenstein 

Belleville 
I -a w 
Law 
Tan Kappa Epsilon 
Phi Delta Phi; Interfraternity Council (1, 
2. '■'•) : Junior Bar Association 



Frederic Arthur Hkim. Jr Peotone 

Commerce 
.1 ccountancy 
Psi Upsilon 
Tomahawk: Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors 
(3); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2); Captain, Air Force RO 
TC; Accountancy Club 



George Otto Hki.ma.v Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.1 rchitectural Engineering 
Captain, Army ROTC : Tan Ku Tan 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Joseph Helman Maftooa 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Law 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Phi Beta Kappa; 1'bi Eta Sigma; Interfra- 
ternity Council (2) : House President (4) ; 
LAS Council (2. 3) 

Honors Day (1, 'J, :!) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 










David Artii ir II en eherry .... Dal ton City 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Theta Chi 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Donald Edward Hekebeerv. .Dalton City 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Theta Chi 
Second Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC 



Marjorie Rice Henn Paris 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Chron ; Campus Chest (2); Spanish 
Club; Young Republicans Club 



John Joseph Hennessey Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Newman Hall 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Mildred Louise Hbischmtdt 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Delta Zeta 

The Daily Illiui 

Committee (2, 3) 

4) ; Ulini Rural 



. Champaign 



(1, 2, 3) ; Ulini Union 
University Chorus (2, :;, 
Observer (4) ; Terrapin 



(1, 2, 3, 4) : Plowboy Prom Committee (2) 





Harry Charles Henriksen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Anthropology 
Anthropology Club; Ulini Sportsman's Club 
Wright College 



William Edward Heitmann. . . . 
Engineering 
Met a llurg ica I E n yi neerin y 
Parade Ground Units 
Sigma Tan; M.I.S. 

Thornton Junior College 



. Dolton 





John William Henry Rock Island 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
A.S.C.E. 



Anxe Marie Heitzman. . . .Trenton, N. J. 
Liberal Arts and Sc iences 

Sociology 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Ulini Union Committee (2, 3, 4); Campus 
Chest (2, 3); W.A.A. (3, 4); Junior Or- 
chesis (4) ; Young Republicans Club (4) 




Raymond Leo Henry Kirkland 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Browery 

House President (3) 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Leon Mitchell Helms Rock Island 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Zeta Psi 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Varsity Baseball Squad 
(2, 3); Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; National 
Defense Transportation Association; Ac- 
countancy Club 



Joseph David Henderson. . .Ridge Farm 

Agriculture 
General A griculture 
Tara Hall 
Alpha Zeta; Ulini Rural Observer (4); 
McKinlev Foundation Student Council (2, 
3, 4); Military Ball Committee (3, 4); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (4); Cadet Ma- 
jor, Army ROTC: Military Council; Phi 
Chi Eta; Scabbard and Blade; Agricultural 
Economics Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof 
and Horn Club 

Honors Day (1. 2. 3, 4) : University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 






Donna Lee Hexson Chicago 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 

The Ulio (1); Ulini Theatre Guild Cast 

(3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); W.A.A. 

Board (1) 



Donald Allen Henss Moline 

Commerce 
Pre-Law 
Beta Theta Pi 
Varsity Football Squad (2, 3); Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad; Junior Bar Asso- 
ciation 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3) 



Walter Pail Herbold Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.B.E. ; ASM.?:.; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of t lie University of 
Illinois 



Charlotte Herlinoer Chicago 

Liberal Arts and .Sciences 
Sociology 

Busey Hall 
Illini Union Committee (2); Student Sen- 
ate (3); Class Secretary-Treasurer (3); 
Freshman Week Committee (3); German 
Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association; 
United World Federalists; Young Demo- 
crats Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




Rovle James Hi-.yl Waterloo 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 
Moore Hall 
Illini Christian Fellowship (], 2, 3); Navy 
Council; German Club 



Alfred Katsu.mi Higashi Chicago 

Engineering 
Elect ririti Engineering 
Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Eta Kappa 
Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors Day (3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Hetty Rose Herman 

Shaker Heights, Ohio 
Liberal xlrts and Sciences 
Sociolngg 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3, 4) ; Illini 
Theatre Guild Cast ( 1 ) ; University Choir 
(1) ; University Chorus (1) ; Women's Glee 
Club (1) ; WILL (1. 2) ; Student Religious 
Council (3); Hillel Foundation Student 
Council (3, 4) 





Richard Isamc Higashi Chicago 

Engineering 

Merlin niriil Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Vivian Eloise Herb Chicago 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Theta Upsilon 

Shi-Ai; The Daily Illini (1); Illini Union 

Committee (1, 2, 3, 4) ; Campus Chest (1) 





Alan Richard Higgins Glen Ellyn 

Commerce 
Management 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Major. Army ROTC; Military Council; 
Phalanx; Zeta Sigma Alpha 
University of Utah 



William Howard Herriott. . . .Mahomet 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Sigma Chi 
Star Course Manager (1, 2, 3) 



Robert Armin Herst Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Lundgren House 
Football Manager (2) ; Illini Insurance So- 
ciety; Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni 
Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Alan Hebtzberger St. Albans, N. Y. 

Journalism 
Radio 
Sigma Delta Chi: Illini Theatre Guild Cast 
(1); WILL (4); Captain, Army ROTC; 
National Defense Transportation Associa- 
tion; Phalanx 






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Sarah Thornton Higgins. .Elkhart, Ind. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Illini Union Commit- 
tee ( 1 , 2 ) 

Honors Day ( 1. 2, 3) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Barbara Jean Hill Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Alcestis 
Phi Beta Kappa: Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Mask and Bauble: Pi Delta Phi: Illini 
Theatre Guild Manager (3, 4); House 
President (4); Oratorio Society (1, '2, 3. 
4) ; Seaburv Foundation Student Council 
(1, 2, 3, 4) 

Honors Day (1, 2, :>). University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Helen Isabel Hill Mt. Cai 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Delta Gamma 
Zeta Phi Eta; Terrapin (4) 
Denison University 



Alfred Charles Herzog Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Delta Chi 
Lieutenant Junior (Jrade. NROTC : Navy 
' louncil 




Mary Lee Hill Golden 

Agriculture 
limn,' Economics Education 
McKinley Hall 
Illini Union Committee (2. 3): Illinois Dis- 
ciples Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 
4), president. ( 1) : Plowboy Prom Commit- 
tee (2) ; Home Economics Club 



Helen Elizabeth Hess Boopeston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Fehner House 




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Richard Cecil Hill Washington 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Bradley University 



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Wayne Nob Hill Marion 

I libera] Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Graham Lodge 
Phi Eta Sigma; Cyclothem Club 
Honors Day i I. -J. 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 





Donald William Hiiei'K Chicago 

Engineering 
Mech a nical Enginee ri>><i 
Barton House 
University Chorus (3) ; Men's Glee Club 
(3); A.S.M.E. ; Navy I'ier Alumni Associa- 
tion : Tall Ulini Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Helen' Ray Hine Harrisburg 

Agriculture 
Home Economies 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Mini Union Committee (1): Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1): Home Economics Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 
MacMurray College 





William Fredrick Hoelscher 

Granite City 
Law 
Law 
Delta Tau Delta 
Phi Delta Phi; Cnterfraternity Council (1, 
2, 3); WILL (2); First Lieutenant, Air 
Force ROTO: Junior liar Association 



Elizabeth Lucille Hines lima 

( 'uinmerrc 

Secretarial '1' ruining 
Evans Hall 
W.A.A. ; Seabury Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (3); Accountancy Club; Home Econom- 
ics Club: lllini Insurance Society 





Arlene Bey Huffman Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Sigma Alpha Iota: lllini Union Committee 
(2): Campus Chest (2); University Choir 
(2) ; University Chorus (3) ; Hillel Founda- 
tion Student Council (1, 2, 3); German 
Club (2) 
Honors Day (3) 



Gordon Eugene Hixes Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Koinonia 
lllini Christian Fellowship (3, 4); Captain. 
Army ROTC 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



.(am BS Ahth in H i x KLE Diaton 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Pi 
Sachem: Star Course Manager (1, 2); 
Board of Fraternity Affairs ( ;j ) ; Interfra- 
temity Council (1. 2, 3); Intramural Man- 
ager (2); Interfraternity Ball Committee 
(2, 3); Second Lieutenant, Armj ROTC; 
Phi Chi Eta: Accountancy Club; Marketing 
Club 




Richard Lee Hoffman EdwardsviUe 

Commerce 
Management 

Alpha Delta Phi 

National Defense Transportation Associa- 
tion 



Herman Hokamp Quincy 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi Delta Theta 
Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad; Var- 
sity Baseball Squad (2, 3, 4); Freshman 
Varsity Bast-hall Squad : Captain, Air Force 
ROTC; Phalanx 



Joyce Ann Hinrichs Winnetka 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Rhetoric 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Beloit ( 'ollege 



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WARREN Ernest II -and Zion 

Engineering 
Minimi Engineering 

Sigma Nu 
Tau Beta Pi; Phi h'ta Sigma; Campus 
Chest, (3); Illinois Technograph (1); M.I. 
S. (2, 3, 4) ; Svnton 
Honors Day ( 1, 2, 3, 4) 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Eva Yoshive Hirasuna Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Evans Hall 
W.A.A. 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



George Dean Hockman Salem 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Roojah 
Y.M.O.A. Committee (3); Second Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2); Men's (ilee Club (2, 
3, 4) ; Cyclothem Club 







Edward Charles Holmblad Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.K. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Barbara Luis Holmes Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Alpha Delta Pi 
The Illio (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); 
Campus Chest ( l. 2, :; ) 



Billie RoJean Hodgell. .. .Leon, /Cons 

Fine anil Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Kansas State College 



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Glenn Myron Holmes Kankakee 

Agriculture 
Dairy Production 
Farm House 
Agriculture Council 14): All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (1. 2); Plowboy Prom Commit- 
tee (1); Agriculture Club; Dairy Produc- 
tion Club, president (4); Hoof and Horn 
Club 



Robert Henry Holmes 

Salt Lake 
Commerce 
Accounting 



City, Vtali 




Donovan Pah, Hough Waukegan 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi ilu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Concert Band (3, 
4); Football Man Inn-- Band (1, 2, 3, 4); 
First Regimental Band (2); Second Red- 
mental Hand ( 1 ) : University Orchestra (4) 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 

Waukegan Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Harold FEED HONATH Forest Park 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Tan; Tan Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon: 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Jean HOUSE Herrin 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 



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Raymond Wendel Honey. . .Jacksonville 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Medea, Lodge 
Sigma Tau, president, (3. 4) : Eta Kappa 
Nn; Pi Mu Epsilon; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Illinois College; University of Maryland 



William Henry Honore Edinburg 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Alpha Zeta: University Chorus (1); Agri- 
culture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and 
Horn Club 
Honors Day (3) 



Edward Leasure Hoi-kins. . . .Champaign 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape A rehitecture 
Chi Psi 
Skull and Crescent: Scarab; V.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (2); Interfraternity Council (2); 
Forsito (3, 4); Captain, Army ROTO; Phi 
Chi Fta Land:,: ap; Architecture Soo.ty 
Honors Day (2) 







Edwin Whipple Hoiser Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Delta, Upsilon 
Phi Eta Sigma: House President (4): A.S. 
C.E. 



Joan Ann Howard Aurora 

Education 
Eleme a la ry Educatio n 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Torch: Shi-Ai; lllini Union Committee (2, 
3); Star Course Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); Panhellenic Hall Commit- 
tee (3) 



John Roe Howard Juliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Football Marching Hand ( :(. 4) : First Regi- 
mental Hand (3, 4): lllini Forensic Asso- 
ciation 

Joliet, Junior College 



Donald Dean Hopwood Athens 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Alpha Zeta; Alpha Tau Alpha, president 
(4) ; Concert Band (1) ; Football Marching 
Band (1); Agricultural Council (3); All- 
Ag Field Day Committee (2) ; Agricultural 
Education Club: Agriculture Club 
Honors Day (3) 

University of Arizona. 



Herbert Harold Hornischer. .Elmhur.it 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Sigma, Phi Delta 
Interfraternity Council (4); Engineering 
Council (4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Wrestling 
Squad (2) 
Honors Day (1.2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Ruth Mae Howard Pittsburg, Calif. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Busey Hall 
W.A.A. (3. 4) ; German Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Waukegan Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Galesburg Extension of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois 



Bradley Willis Howe Hockford 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
1001 Club 
House President (3); Lieutenant Junior 
Grade, N.R.O.T.C. 

University of Colorado 



Donald Walker Horton Haywood 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Sachem; Hoard of Fraternity Affairs (2. 
4); Interfraternity Council (1. 2, 3, 4): 
Houso President. ( 3 ) : Student Senate (41; 
Coordination Committee (4); Illinois Tech- 
nograph (1); First Lieutenant, Armv RO 
TC; A.S.M.E. 





Lynn Howe Rock Falls 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Philosophy 

Evans Hall 

Mask and Bauble; lllini Union Committee 

(1, 2. 3) ; lllini Theatre Guild .Manager (2, 

3. 4) ; Young Democrats Club 



Georiie Howard Hoskinson . . . .Kankakee 

Commerce 

Personnel A d mi nist ration 

Sigma, Phi Epsilon 

lllini Theatre Guild Crew (1); Second 

Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC ; Glider Club 

Antioch College 





Marilyn Alici: Hoyt Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Alcestis 
Phi Upsilon Omicron ; lllini Union Commit- 
tee (4) ; Home Economics Club 
Illinois state Normal University 



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Robert Fermon Hovt Decatur 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; l'hi Eta Sigma; Eti\ Kappa Nn, 
president (4) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1. -J. 3) 



Doris Merrilee Hiber Chicago 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Illustrators; Tall Illini Club 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 






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Norman James Hughes Huntley 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Nabor House 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Agricul- 
ture Club; Dairy Production Club 



Walter Stacy Hulvey Bloomington 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; Freshman Var- 
sity Fencing Squad; Varsity Tennis Squad 
(2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad; 
A.S.M.E.; Scimitar 



Harold Dean Hvber Galva 

Agriculture 
Vocational .1 griculture 
Alpha Zeta : Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricul- 
tural Education Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Willi \m George Hvber Glen Ellyn 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1): Illinois Techno- 
graph ( 1 ) : Captain. Air Force R.O.T.C. 





Thomas Lloyd Humphris. . . .Springfield 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Chi Psi 
Skull and Crescent ; Intel-fraternity Council 
(2) ; House President (4) 



Charmaine Husack Chicago 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
Leeman Lodge 
Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon 
Oniicron; The Illio (1, 2); Star Course 
Manager (2) ; W.G.S. Executive Council 
(4); House president (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Exia Charlotte Huckel Paris 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Fabriola Pre-Nursing Club 
Mac-Murray College 




Joseph Hvstak West Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 

Columbia College of Radio; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Harriet Louise Huddy Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Zeta Tan Alpha 
Clarke College; Wright Junior College 



.Fames Albert HrniiKXs Elgin 

Law 

Ln w 
Phi Delta Phi; Tribe of Illini (4); Senior 
Tennis Manager (4); Tennis Manager (2, 
;i); Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Jun- 
ior Bar Association 



Margaret Jean Hudson Oentralia 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Alpha Chi Omega 



William George Hug Park Ridge 

Physical Education 

Physical Kiln ration 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Sachem; Chief Uliniwek (3, 4); Football 
Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4); First Regi- 
mental Land (1. 2, 3); Choristers (1); 
Orchesis (I. 2, 3, 4) 




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Barbara Stewart Hith Wilmette 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Illini Union Committee (2); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee ('_'); W'.A.A. (2, 3, 4); Terrapin 
(2) ; LAS Council (2) 
Bradford Junior College 



Thomas Max Hyde Mattoon 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music Education 

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Football Marching 

Band (3, 4) ; First, Regimental Band (3, 4) 

Murray State College 



Edward John Hynds Champaign 

( lommeree 



Industrial .!</< 

Phi Delta Theta 

Campus Chest ( 1 . 2) ; 

mitlee (3, 4) ; Major. 

tary Council ; Phalanx ; 



miistratiou 

Military Ball Coin- 
Army ROTC; Mili- 
Tau Nu Tau 



Robert Eugene [kins... 
Commerce 
Economics 

Marketing Club 

Wilson Junior College 



. < 'hicago 



Bert Franklin Ingels Henry 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape .1 rchitectwre 
Tail Kappa Epsilon 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2); Illini The- 
atre Guild Manager (1) ; Fine and Applied 
Arts Council (1); Captain, Air Force RO 
TC; Fine and Applied Arts Society; Land- 
scape Architecture Society 



Owen Roscoe Ingram Tremont 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Browery 
Bradley University 




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Donald Charles Ingve Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Wilson Junior College; Valparaiso Uni- 
versity; Navy Pier Extension of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois 





Peggy Axx Ixmax Coal Cit'i 

Education 
Elementa ry Eel a cation 
Presbyterian Hall 
Honors Bay (2, 3) 





Shinn Inouve Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




Bernard Isenberg Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Mathematics 
Illinois Institute of Technology 



Leon Philip Issert Peotone 

Agriculture 
Economies 

Theta Kappa Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Plowhoy Prom 
Committee (3); Agricultural Economics 
Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn 
Club 
Honors Day (3) 

St. Bede Junior College 







Lloyd Erlinc; Iversen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Delta Phi 
Omega Beta Pi: Rifle and Pistol Club 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Clarence Walter Iverson Elgin 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Alpha Rho Tau 



Ruth Audrey Ivey Mt. Carroll 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Lambda Delta: German Club 
Honors Day (1, 'J. 3) 



John Theodore Jachera Chicago 

Agriculture 
General A griculture 
Witanshire 
Pershing Rifles; A.S.A.E. ; Hoof and Horn 
Club 



Joseph Jacobs Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Tau Delta Phi 



Kenneth Sherman Jacobs Elmhursl 

Law 

Law 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Star and Scroll ; Alpha Phi Omega ; Y.M. 
C.A. Committee (2, 3) ; Board of Fraternity 
Affairs (3, 4) ; Interfraternity Council (2, 
3, 4); House President (3, 4); Captain, 
Army ROTC; National Defense Transport.! 
tion Association; Junior Bar Association 



Earl William Jacobson, Jr.. . .Elmhursl 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Star and Scroll: Alpha Kappa Psi ; Illini 
Union Committee (3); Senior Ball Com- 
mittee (2); First Lieutenant, Air Force 
ROTC; Accountancy Club 



Eloise Ivers Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
University Chorus (1); Baptist Founda- 
tion (2) ; Home Economics Club 




Herbert James Iversen Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Fireside 
House President ( 4 ) : A. I. A. 
Wright Junior College 



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Robert Erwin Jacobson Rockford 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club 

Rockford Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Vernon Pail Jacobson Rockford 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Minawa Lodge 
Men's Glee Club (4) ; Illini Christian Fel- 
lowship (3, 4) ; Marketing Club 
North Park College 



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Gideon Alfred Jacot Freeburg 

Agriculture 
Teacher Training in Agriculture 
Southern Illinois University 





William Harlan Jenner Ridgefarm 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Scienct 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Agriculture 
Club; Dairy Production Club 
William Penn College 



Dos u.d Stuart j iffe Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Omega Beta Pi; The Daily IUini ( I! ) ; Iu- 
terfraternity Council ( 3 ) ; A.C.S.; Navj 
Pier Alumni Association; Physics Society; 
Tall IUini Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini 1 1 ) 
Wilson Junior College; -Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 




Susan Bequette Jennings..., 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Presbyterian Hall 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Concert Band (3 
First Regimental Band ( '-' ) 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 
Monticello College 



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Gerald Jaffe Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Wilson Junior College 





Kenneth Willard Jensen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Entomology 
Barton Houso 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; Gym- 
nastic Manager (3) : Mens Glee Club (3) ; 
Senior Gymnastic Manager (4) 



. . . Chicago 



Howard Frank Jaffe.. 
( lommerce 
Accountancy 
Noble House 
Accountancy Club; Navy Pier Alumni As- 
sociation 

Roosevelt. College; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Raymond Philip Janke Chicago 

Engineering 
Cera/mic Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Ethan Basil Janove Chicago 

Libera] Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Roosevelt College; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Donald Karl Janssen Nokomis 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi Sigma Kappa 
Illnu Union Ccmmittei (1) I niversiy 
Chorus (3. 4) ; Men's Glee Club (2) ; Chor- 
isters (1); Oratorio Society (3); Gamma 
Delta; German Club 
Honors Day ( 1) 



Dorothy Arlene Jeffers Gardner 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Caglo Hall 
Phi Chi Theta; Marketing Club 



Hal Raymond Jeffers Mattoon 

Liberal Arts anil Sciences 
Physics 
Harmony House 

Cadet Major, Army ROTC; Armed Forces 
Communications Association ; Physics Soci- 
ety 





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Peter Edwin Jensen. . .Western Springs 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Psi L T psilon 
Phi Kappa Phi; Beta <l;onina Sigma; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Y.M.C.A. Committee (3); Cam- 
pus Chest (3, 4) ; Accountancy Club; Soci- 
ety for the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day (3) 

Stanford University: North Central Col- 
lege 



Donald Leo Jeppsen Harrington 

Commerce 
Management 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Y.M.C.A. Committee ( 2 ) : Campus Chest 
(3); Senior Ball Committee (3) 



Darrell LaVernk Jessen Hennepin 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Son's Homo 
Alpha Zeta ; Phi Eta Sigma; Student Veter- 
inary Medical Association 
Honors Day (1, 2). University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Donald Leroy Jessen Hennepin 

Agriculture 
A gronomy 
Son's Homo 
Alpha Zeta: House President (4); Illini 
Rural Observer (2. 3): All-Ag Field Dav 
Committeo (4), chairman (4): Plowboy 
Prom Committee < 3 ) : Agriculture Club; 
Field and Furrow: Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Pauline Harriet Jewell Sterling 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Evans Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Omega Beta l'i; 
French Club: German Club 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



(' vroeyn Mary Johnson Danville 

Agriculture 
Hume Economics 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
(•micron Nu, president (4); Illini Theatre 
Guild Cast (3); Home Economics Council 
(4); Home Economics club 
Stephens College 



Charles William Johnson. . .La Grange 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architecture 

Phi Sigma Kappa 

lllini Union Committee (3); Interfrater- 

nilv Council i 3 ) : House President (4); 

A.I.A. 

Lyons Township Junior College 




David Harold Johnston, Jr. 

Ankeny, Iowa 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Nu 



Donald Ccrtis JOHNSON Chicago 

Division of Special Services for War 
Veterans 
Physical Education 
Four Columns 
Varsity Baseball Squad (2), Letler (2); 
Physical Education Majors Club 
North Park College 





Guinevere Jones Wilmeth 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Psychology 

Zeta Tau Alpha 

University Orchestra (1. 2, 3, 4); Repor- 

tory Orchestra ('2): German Club; Young 

Republicans Club 



Eric Kenneth Johnson Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Triangle 
Interfraternity Council (4) ; Football 
Marching Band (1. 2, 3, 4); First Regi- 
mental Band (2. 3. 4); Engineering Coun- 
cil (3) : A.S.M.E. 



Gordon William Johnson Dixon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Fireside 
House President (4); Military Ball Com- 
mittee (3): Second Lieutenant, Army RO 
TC : Armed Forces Communications Associ 
ation ; Cyclotliem Club; German Club; Stu- 
dent Junior Chamber of Commerce 



Kenneth Stanley Johnson ... Evansto'% 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Minawa Lodge 
Varsity Wrestling Squad (4): Freshman 
Varsity Wrestling Squad ; Second Regi- 
mental Band (3); lllini Christian Fellow- 
ship (1, 2. 3, 4) 







Imoelkanor Jones Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3): W.A.A. (3, 4); 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Navy- 
Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities: University Orches 
tra (1); Theatre Guild Cast (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Lawrence Erwin Jones Schenectady 

Engineering 

Elect i- i ful Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Union College 



Maurice Lee Junes 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Accountancy Club 



. La {/re n re rill i 



Paul Eugene Johnson De Ealb 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 

Student Veterinary Medical Ass'n 

Southern Methodist University; Northern 
Illinois State Teachers' College 



Peter Edward Johnson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 






Morris Armstrong Junes. Jr. . Vlossmoor 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Tall lllini Club 
Vanderbilt 



William Clifford Jones Tuscola 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Sigma Chi 

Campus Chest (1. 2); National Defense 
Transportation Association; Agriculture 
Club; Hoof and Horn Club 



Russell Miles Johnson Genoa 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Delta Upsilon 

Skull and Crescent: National Defense 
Transportation Association; Agriculture 
Club; Field and Furrow 





William Joseph Jordan Oak Pari 

Engineering 
Me eh a meal E u/i i u ce ring 
A.S.M.E.: Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Wayne Ronald Johnson JolUt 

Law 

Law 
Phi Alpha Delta; Junior Bar Association; 
Young Republicans club 
Joliel Junior College 




Charles Henry Jorgensen Chica w 

Commerce 
Economics 

Witanshire 

Navy Pier Activities; Pier lllini (1) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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SHIELD'S Axx JORGENSEN Kankakee 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
McKinley Hull 
Torch; House President (4); Wesley Foun- 
dation Student Council ('-', :i, 4), president 
(4) 

Honors Hay (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



William Carl Jorgensen . . . .Park Ridge 

Division of Special Services 

Radio Journalism 

Alpha Delta Phi 

Illini Theatre Guild Cast (3) ; WILL (2, 3, 

4) : WINI (1) ; Flying Club 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Pasadena City College 




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Keith Allen Kahle Lexington 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Tan 
Alpha; Agricultural Education Club; Agri- 
culture Club; Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4), University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Howard Kahn Port Chester, N. Y. 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Noble House 
Military Ball Committee (3, 4); Captain, 
Army ROTC ; Accountancy Club; Illini In- 
surance Society; Marketing Club; Society 
for the Advancement of Management; Span- 
ish Club 



BOY Joseph Jovien Westchester 

( Jommerce 
Marketing 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Interfraternity Council (3); Intramural 
Manager (4); Marketing Club 
Morton Junior College 



Thomas Francis Joyce, Jr. 

Highland Park 

Division of Special Services 

Marketing 

Delta Upsilon 

Skull and Crescent (2); Illini Theatre 

Guild Manager (1, 2) ; Major, Army ROTC ; 

Infantry Club 






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Ronald Lee Kahn Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce and Lav 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Illini Insurance Society; Junior Bar Asso- 
ciation 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Betty Rene Kaiser Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Shebd Juckett Oak Park 

( Jommerce 
Commerce and Law 

Theta Delta Chi 
Varsity Swimming Squad (3, 4); Military 
Ball Committee (3, 4) ; First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tan; Finance 
Club; Junior Bar Association; Young Re- 
publicans Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Oberlin College 




Donald Charles Kaiser Woodstock 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Sigma Phi Delta 

Alpha Phi Omega: Captain, Air Force RO 

TC; Arnold Air Society: A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 



James Frederick Kaar Berwyn 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Engineering Council (3, 4) ; A.S.C.E. ; I.T. 
E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Sabah Steven Kachachi. .Baghdad, Iraq 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Cosmopolitan 

Baghdad Preparatory College; American 
University of Burnt Lr.ivercitj of W lscon- 






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David Jerome Kallal Jerseyville 

Agriculture 
Farm Management 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Captain, Air Force ROTC : Arnold Air So- 
ciety; Agricultural Economics Club; Agri- 
culture Club 



Ronald Andrew Kamdwirth. . . .Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Psychology 

Parade Ground Units 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3); House 
President (3) 

Navv Pier Activities: Pier Illini (1, 2) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Raymond Stanley Kaczmarek. . .Clticago 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Wright Junior College; University of 
Wisconsin 



Sibyl Lou Kagen Chicago 

Liberay Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini (1. 2) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 






Robert Joseph Kaplan Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Interfraternity Council (2, 3) ; Captain, 
Air Force ROTC 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



Demetra Karakourtis Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Sciences 
Busey Hall 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Walter David Karatz Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Clark House 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Phi Chi 
Eta; Scabbard and Blade; Accountancy 
Club; Praetorians; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management; Student Junior 
Chamber of Commerce 
Honors Day (1, 2) 




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Robert John Kautzi Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Accountancy Club; A. I. A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Ethel, Mae Karon Bloommgton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 

Sigma Delta Tau 
Mortar Board ; Torch ; Shi-Ai ; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; The Illio (1); Illini Union 
Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 
2); Panhellenic Executive Council (4), 
President (4) ; Student Senate (3, 4) ; Com- 
mittee on Student Affairs (4) 
Honors Day ( 1 ,2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 




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John Itsuo Kaya Honolulu, Hawaii 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta Sigma; 
Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 

Honors Day (I, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Charles Irwin Kassel Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren House 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day ( 1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Edward Kazik Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
M.I.S. 

Navy Pier Activities ; Varsity Basketball 
Squad (1) ; Varsity Wrestling Squad (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Roy Francis Kasten, Jr Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E.; Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 





1'ryce LaRue Keacjle Rock Island 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; A.S.C.E. 
Augustana College 



.Chicago 



Henry Kastler 

Commerce 

Accountancy 
Parado Grade Units 
Accountancy Club 

Wright Junior College 



James Prank Kastner Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Newman Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Marilyn Joan Kearns Carmel, Ind. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Delta Delta Delta 
Torch; Shi-Ai; Illini Union Director (4); 
Illini Union Board (4); Major Chairman 
Pep Rallies, Illini Union Committee (3) ; 
Illini Union Council (3) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3); House President (3); 
Student Senate (2); Class Secretary-Treas- 
urer (2); N.S.A. Senate Sub-committee (1, 
2) 



Jerome Michael Keefe Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Theta Kappa Phi 
Lieutenant, NROTC; Navy Council 
Loyola University 



Jerry Halliwell Kats Peoria 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma Chi 
Skuil and Crescent ; Campus Chest ( 1 ) ; 
Tribe of Illini (2, 3, 4); Varsity Track 
Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (2, 4); Freshman 
Varsity Track Squad 



Reeva Davorah Katter Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 

W.A.A. (1, 2) ; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Betty Keeker Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
International Affairs 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4) 

University of Wisconsin ; University of 
Colorado 



Robert William Keefer Polo 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
Alpha Zeta ; Major Chairman, Illini Union 
Committeo (4) : Illini Union Council (4) ; 
Illini Union Committee (3); Illini Rural 
Observer (3, 4) ; All-Ag Field Day Commit- 
tee (3); Agriculture Club; Field and Fur- 
row; Hoof and Horn Club; Horticulture 
Club 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 



Jordan Katz Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medieine 
Noble Houso 

Phi Eta Sigma; Omega Beta Pi; M.I. A. 
Executive Council ( 3 ) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 




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Robert Donald Keen Lawrenceville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Education 
Acacia 
Tribe of Illini: Freshman Varsity Fencing 
Sqnad; Senior Fencing Manager (4) ; Fenc- 
ing Manager C2. 3) : Captain, Air Force RO 
TC ; Illi-Sota; Industrial Education Soci- 
ety; Scimitar 



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Ki in Mm Kehart Griggsville 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Busey Hall 
Alpha Chron; Phi Chi Theta; W.G-.S. Ex- 
ecutive Council ( :• > : Terrapin 



Ronald Keith Keim Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Theta Delta Chi 
Finance Club; Marketing Club 

Navv Pier Activities: Varsity liaseball 
Squad I 'J ) . Letter (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Jack Donald Kennedy Chicago 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Tan Kappa Epsilon 

Varsity Baseball Squad (2); Freshman 

Varsity Baseball Squad; Major, Air Force 

ROTC: A.S.C.E 



Jean Ellen Kennedy Tuscola 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Musi,- Education 
('hi Omega 
Sigma Alpha Iota; Women's Glee Club (3) ; 
Oratorio Society I :i. 4 ) 

St. Mary-of-the-Woods College 



Alice Jean Keller Paris 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha Phi 
Shi-Ai; The Illio (1. 2) ; Mini Union Com- 
mittee (1. :!) : Slur Course Manager (2) 




Marv Sabina Kent Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Terrapin (3, 4); Mc- 
Kinley Foundation Student Council (4) 
Wells College 



Carolyn Jane Kelly Logan, lova 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Presby Hall 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4) 
Cornell College 



Lerria Eleanor Kelley Chicago 

Education 
Teacher Training in Commercial 
Zeta Tan Alpha 



William Andrew Kelly, Jr. 

Monterey Pari-, Calif. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
A rchitecture 
A.I. A. 

University of Minnesota, Los Angeles 
City College, East. Los Angeles Junior Col- 
lege, Santa Barbara College, University of 
Southern California, University of Califor- 
nia 



Richard Wayne Kemp Wenona 

Agriculture 
J mi rnalism 
Son's Home 
Illini Rural Observer (2, 3): Plowboy 
Prom Committee i '■'• ) 



William Kenley Clay City 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Tan: Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Millikin University 




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Robert Joseph Keough Chicago 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Newman Hall 
Student Veterinary Medical Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



George Matthew Keranen. . .Bomewood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha Tan Omega 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Omega 
Beta Pi: Phi Lambda Upsilon; Illini Union 
Committee (2); Star Course Manager (2): 
Student Senate (2) 

Honors Day (1.2, 3). University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Eugene Kersting, Jr Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Newman Hall 
Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Delta Phi; French Club; 
German Club 

Honors Day (1, 2. 3. 4), University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Kov Philip Keslix Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

A.S C.E. 

.Navy Pier Extension of the University ot 
Illinois 



Samuel Kessler Chicai • 

( lommerce 
.1 ccountancy 
Clark House 
MIA. Executive Council (2. 3), treasurer 
(3); Track Manager CO: Hillel Founda- 
tion Student Council (2); Accountancy 
Club: Praetorians; Student Junior Chad 
ber of Commerce 



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Richard Edward Kenna Broadview 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 

Calhoun Hall 
Illinois Technograph I 1. 2. :'.) ; First Lien- 
tenant Air l-::r.t I.:: I: Arnold Air Soci- 
ety; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 I 



L\kk\ Dale Kettlekamp Urbana 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Society of Illustrators: Freshman Council: 
Men's'Glee Club (1, 2. :'., 4); Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC 
Honors Dav (1. 3) 



Richard Omsk Keys Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Alpha Rho Chi 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Jesse Harold Keyser Fairfield 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 
Club; Agriculture Club 



Olga Kiewetz Chicago 

Agriculture 
Hojnc Economics 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3); lllini 
Theatre Guild Crew (1) ; Campus Chest (I, 
2); W.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4); All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (2) ; Freshman Week Committee 
(4) ; Young Republicans Club 






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Thomas Henry Klaismeyer 

South Bend, Ind. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
A rcli Hectare 
Kappa Sigma 
Gargoyle; Tau Beta Pi: A.I. A. 

Purdue University; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Marvin Klein Maywood 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Clark House 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Illini Theatre Guild 
Manager (]. 2); (Second Lieutenant. Army 
ROTC; Praetorians, president (4) 



Robert Edwin Klein 

Commerce 
.4 ccountancy 
Wright Junior College 



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Robert Lynn Kinser Greenfield 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Kinonia 
Baptist Foundation Student Council ; Agri- 
culture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and 
Horn Club; Rural Life Club 
Western Illinois State College 



Nicholas Joseph Kirby Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman Hall 
Military Ball Committee (4) ; First Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC ; National Defense 
Transportation Association; Illini Forensic 
Association ; Marketing Club 



Charles Edwin Kirchner Havana 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Twin Estates 
A.I.A. 

Bradley University 





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Stephen Klein Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Barton House 
Praetorians 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier Illini News- 
paper ( 3 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



George John Klksty Buffalo, N. T. 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

A.S.M.E. 



Ejiil John Klingeneus New Athens 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
International Affairs 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
The Daily Illini (2, 3, 4) ; The Illio (2, 3) ; 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Board of Frater- 
nity Affairs (4) Interfraternity Coumil 
(3, 4) ; Student Senate (4) ; Coordination 
Committee (4) ; N.S.A. Senate Sub-commit- 
tee (4) ; Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; 
Illinois Technograph (3); Captain, Army 
ROTC Illini Fci'insic 4ss:;:iation Rus- 
sian Language Club; Spanish Club 



Walter Kirnbauer Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Personnel Management 
Woodrow Wilson Junior College 



John Albert Klacka Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Barton House 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Joseph Anthony" Klapkowski. . .Chicago 
Commerce 
Management 
Newman Hall 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Sigma Iota Epsilon, pres- 
ident, (4) ; Colonel, Air Force ROTC; Polish 



Club 

Honors Day (3) 

Wright Junior College 






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Arthur John Kloser Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing and Management 
Newman Foundation Student Council (3, 
4); Marketing Club: Navy Pier Alumni 
Association; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



E.mil Albert Knafl Chicago 

( lommerce 
Industrial Administration 
"O" Houso 
House President (3); Marketing Club; So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management; 
Spanish Club 
Cornell College 



Earle Leroy Kneikel 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Wright Junior College 



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James Fredrick Kneller Freeport 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
i 'hemistry 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Mi- 
Knights 





Kenneth Wayne Kolence. . . .Waukegan 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 
Chi Psi 
Phi Eta Sigma; Illinois Technograph (3, 
4) ; LAS Council (2, 3) ; Physics Society 
Honors Day (2. 3) 
Lake Forest College 




Mills Thomas Kneller Freeport 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; Mi- 
Knights 



Wesley Willard Knight Streator 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Sigma Tau ; Tau Beta Pi ; Eta Kappa Nu : 
Football Marching Hand (1, 2, 3); First 
Regimental Band (1, 2. 3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 






Stanley Conrad Kolinski Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Delta Phi 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Emanuel Kolton Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Omega Beta Pi; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Virginia Caroline Koch Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Blackburn College 



Donald Carl Kochinski Benld 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
College Hall 
Cyclothem Club 



Charles Edward Koehn Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
A rchitectural Engineering 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Basketball Manager (2); Arnold Air Soci- 
ety; A. I. A. 

Vanderbilt University 



Donald Robert Koehn Danville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
The Dailv Mini (3); Y.M.CA. Board of 
Directors (4); Y.M.CA. Cabinet (3, 4); 
Y.M.CA. Committee (2) 
Honors Day (2, 3 ) 
Bob Jones University 




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Thomas George Konrad Decatur 

Engineering 
A eronautical Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
I.A.S. 

Springfield Junior College 



Kenneth Charles Kopp Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 

Sigma Phi Delta 
Interfraternity Council (3); I.A.S. ; Navy 
Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Track 
Team (1, 2) ; Letter (1, -J) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Irving Frank Korita Chicago 

Physical Education 

Ph ysic.a I Ed n ca tion 
Phi Epsilon Kappa 



Edward Thomas Koska Cicero 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Minawa Lodge 
Student Religious Council (4) ; Mini Chris- 
tian Fellowship (3, 4) ; Baptist Foundation 
Student Council (3, 41. president (4); II- 
lini Sportsman's < lub 
Morton Junior College 



JOAN Dee Kohleinbrener Cliicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Phi Sigma Sigma 
Mini Union Committee (1. 2); Mini The- 
atre Guild Crews (1. 2); House President 
(3) 



Lorex Conrad Kolditz New Athens 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Pi 
Pershing Rifles; A.S.C.E. 
Southern Illinois University 





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Kenxeth Gene Kossieck Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
A.S.C.E. 

James Millikin University 



Kiki Gean KOTSIOPOULOS Chicago 

Educat ion 
Elementary Education 
Cagle Hall 
Lindenwood < Jollege 



Thaddbus Lawrence Kowalski . . Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Clark House 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3); Polish Club; 
Russian Language Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Carolyn Krimbill Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Chi Omega 
Mask and Bauble; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini The- 
atre Guild Manager (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (2) 
Grinnell College 



Raymond Jerome Kozak Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing and Management 

Esquire Club 
Newman Foundation Student Council (3, 
4); Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni 
Association; Polish Club; Society for the 
Advancement of Management 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Edwin Joseph Koziol Schiller Park 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Noble House 
Accountancy Club; Navy Pier Alumni As- 
sociation 

Navy Pier Activities : Varsity Basketball 
Letter (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Albert Barrel Kraft Hamilton 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sigma; Agriculture 
Club ; Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (2) 









Raymond Joseph Kristufex, Jr. 

Hollywood 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Agriculture Club ; Hoof and Horn Club 
Lyons Township Junior College 



Joseph Abba Kritzman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Wilson Junior College 



Helen Emily Kromat Wheaton 

Education 
Elementary Education 
4-H House 
The Daily Illini (3) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(2); Campus Chest. (4); German Club; 
Teaehers-in -Training Club 
Northwestern University 



Bonald Charles Krahe Home wood 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Parade Ground Units 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tan Sigma; 
Freshman Varsity Football Squad; A.S.M. 
E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Bay (3, 4) 




Charles Louis Krone Tamaroa 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Et?. Kappa Nu 

Honors Bay (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Karen Louise Kral Kankakee 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
P re-Medicine 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Omega Beta Pi 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 





Barbara Jane Krueuer Wilmette 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 

Kappa Alpha Theta 
Omicron Nu; Phi Upsilon Omicron ; The 
Daily Illini (3); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (4); 
Panhellenic Executive Council (4) ; Stu- 
dent Senate (4) ; Committee on Student Af- 
fairs (4) 

Iowa State College 



Lester Norman Kramer Mendota 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Shawnee 
Phi Kappa Phi; House President (4) 
Honors Day ( 4 ) 

Cornell College; La Salle-Peru-Oglesby 
Junior College 



Helen Marie Krebs Springfield 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Alpha Delta Pi 

Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (1, 3); 

Illini Theatre Guild Manager (1); Young 

Republicans Club 

Springfield Junior College 



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Harry James Krueger Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Alpha Phi Omega 

Wright Junior College; Illinois Institute 
of Technology 



Floyd John Kruenecel St. Peter 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
University Chorus (4); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; 
Gamma Delta 



William Herman Krebs. .Cortland, N. Y. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

United States Merchant Marine Acad- 
emy; Cortland State Teachers College 





Maoel Ann Krummel. 



. Donnellson 



Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 



Phi Mil 



477 



Frederick Joseph Kruzel Ohieago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Soci- 
ety 

Navy Pier Activities: Illinois Techno- 
graph ( l ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 

Illinois 




John Henderson Lambie Elmhwrst 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Glider Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Wrestling 
Squad (1, 2) ; Letter (1. 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



M.utv Louise Kuchar Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 
Kappa Delta Pi: Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion 
Honors Day ( 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Winifred Lee La.mbright Danville 

Agriculture 
Bonn- Economics 
Alpha Delta l'i 
Illini Theatre Guild Manager (1, 2, 3); 
Campus Chest ( 1 ) 






Anne Kuehn East St. Louis 

Journalism 
Radio 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Theta Sigma Phi: University Chorus 

Washington University; Southern Illi- 
nois University; Stetson University 



John Charles Kuller. .Prattsburg, N. ¥. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Witanshiro 
Alpha Phi Omega; House President ( :i ) ; 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC; National Defense 
Transportation Association; Pershing Ri- 
fles ; Phalanx 
Honors Dav (2) 





La Verne Marie Lanciloti Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Sherwood Lodge 
Northern Illinois State Teachers College. 



John David Landgren 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Tan Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon 
Brighain Young University 



.Rock ford 



Genevieve Dolores Ktnce Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Fehner House 
Major I; W.A.A. (3. 4); Physical Educa- 
tion Majors Club 

Wilson Junior College: Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 





iJkflbt 



Robert Allen Landl Chicago 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 



James Robert Kunen. . .Brooklyn, N. T. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Interfraternitv Council (3); House Presi- 
dent (4) ; A. I. A.; A.S.C.E. 
Hofstra College 





Joseph Herbert Landon Jcr.sc//n7 1 ' 

Agriculture, 
Agricultural Science 
Alpha Tan Omega 
Agricultural Council (3): Second Lieuten- 
ant. Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau : Agricul- 
ture Club; Dairy Production Club, presi- 
dent (3) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Theodore Ernest Kirz Lansing 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.4 rchitecture 
Parade Ground Units 
A. I. A. ; Gamma Delta 

Purdue University; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 





Arnold Edward Landsman Chicago 

Commerce 
.1 ccountancy 
Clark House 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day ( 1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



EirZA Charles Lacy Pillsfield 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illini Union Committee (3); Captain. Air 
Force ROTC 





Lois Mardelle Langdon Monticello 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Phi Alpha Theta 

Honors Day (2, 3); University of Illinois 

Scholarship Key 

James Millikin University 



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M \rv Anx Lacy Kansas 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Delta Zeta 
W.A.A. (3, 4): Wesley Foundation student 
Council (4); Home Economics Club 
De Pauw University 





Robert Frederick Lange Chica/o 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Browery 
A. I. A. 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Billy Lee Lankenau foli,'l 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Eta Sigma; Alpna Kappa Psi; V.M. 
C.A. Committee (1. 2): Football Marching 
Band (1. 2); First, Regimental Band (1, 
2) ; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



DOLORKS LAPAITIS Chicago 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences 
English 
Evans Hall 
Alpha Chron; Phi Beta Kappa: Mask and 
Bauble; I'i Delta Phi; The Illio (1): Illini 
Union Committee (2), Major Chairman. 
Illini Union Council (2); Illini Union 
Committee (1, 2); Illini Theatre Guild 
Manager (2): Star Course Manager (2); 
Young Democrats Club 

Honors Day (2. 3): University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 




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Larry Uno Larson Rorlcford 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Sigma. Phi Epsilon 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3); A.I.A. ; 
A.S.C.E. 



Trula Ruth Larson Palos Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Theta Dpsilon 
Delta Sigma Rho ; Zeta Phi Eta; Illini For- 
ensic Association ; Varsity Debate Squad 
(3, 4) 

Lyons Township Junior College 



Sorrell Harold Latins Chicago 

( 'ommerce 
Accountancy 
Clark House 
Beta Alpha Psi; Second Lieutenant. Army 
ROTC; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Arlen James Large Flora 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Kappa Sigma 

Phi Eta Sigma ; Sigma Delta Chi ; The Daily 

Illini (1. 2. 3, 4). Executive News Editor 

(4) 

Honors Day (1. 2), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 




Ramon La Russo Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

Newman Hall 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Vincent Anthony Las Casas. .Bockford 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Tribe of Illini; Varsity Track Squad (2. 3, 
4) : Letter (3. 4) ; Freshman Varsity Track 
Squad; First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Ac- 
countancy Club 



Robert Stanley LargenT. . . .Shelbyville 
Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Mi-Knights 
Alpha Tan Alpha: V.M.C.A. Committee (2) ; 
Illini Rural Observer (2); Military Ball 
Committee (3); Second Lieutenant. Army 
ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau ; Agricultural Edu- 
cation Club; Agriculture Club; Dairy Pro- 
duction Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Mi- 
Knights; Rural Life Club 





Marlene Joan Lask Chicago 

Physical Edui ation 
Physical Education 

Sigma Delta Tau 
The Illio (1); Y.YV.C.A. Committee (1): 
Yv'.A.A. (1, 2, 3, 4): Freshman Week Com 
mittee; Panhellenic Ball Committee (2); 
Physical Education Majors Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University >i 
Illinois 



James Stanley Larsen La Granite 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Student Veterinary Medical Association 
Augustana College 



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DoNAiD Richard Lath hop 

KarborcreeJe, Pa. 

Engineering 

Ceramic Engineering 

Kappa Delta Rho 

Illini Theatre Guild Crew (1. 2): Second 

Lieutenant. Air Force ROTC Scabbard and 

Blade; A.C.S. 



Otto Louis Larsen May wood 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E., president (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University o'. 
Illinois 





James Arthur Latimer 

Gait, Ontario, Canada 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 3, 4); 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Patricia Ann Larsen. .Arlington Heights 

Fine and Applied Arts 

M usic 

Busey Hall 

Sigma Alpha Iota; Illini Theatre Guild Cast 

(2, 3, 4) ; University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) 



Harold Carl Larson LaSalle 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
( 7/ e in ienl Engin ee ring 
Newman Hall 
A.I.Ch.E. 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 





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Norman Joseph Latker Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Lundgren House 
Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Albert Law Otta ten 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Wesmen 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (4) ; 
Engineering Council (3. 4); Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC; Tau Nu Tau; A.S. 
C.E. 

Bradley University 



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Ai.vn Richard Lawrence Saybrook 

Auric ill hit 
General A griculture 
Kappa Sigma 
Varsity Football Squad (2) ; Freshman Var- 
sity Football Squad: Varsity Wrestling 
Squad (2); Freshman Varsity Wrestling 
Squad; Agriculture Club; Field and Fur- 
row; Hoof and Horn Club 





Doris Leith Waukegan 

Agriculture 

Some Economics Education 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 

lllini Union Committee (3. 4) : V.W.C.A. 

Committee (3); Home Economics I'lub (3. 

4) 

Miami University 



Muriel Rose Lawrence TJrbnmt 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Navy Pier Activities: Pier lllini (2) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Robert Raymond Lemersal 

Elmwood Parle 
t lommerce 
Economics 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; The Daily lllini (1); 
Newman Foundation Student Council (3. 
4); Senior Pall Committee (3, 4); Major. 
Air Force ROTC; Accountancy Club; Young 
Republicans Club 



Gordon Lynn Leach Pekin 

Commerce 
Industrial Ad ministration 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Skull and Crescent; lllini Union Committee 
(1, 2); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (4); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (1, 2, 3); Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Douglas Russell Leader Brookficld 

Engineering 
Mecha n ical Engineering 
Sigma Tan; A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E 
Lyons Township Junior College 



Owen LeRoy Leander Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
A rchitectural Engineering 
A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Allan Harold Ledeher Cicero 

Commerce 
/ n d list ria I Admin istra I ion 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment: Student Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce 

Morton Junior College 



Benjamin Yet Sung Lee 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Arnold Air Society 
University of Hawaii 






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Beverly Jean Lemmon Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Chi Omega 
Lake Forest College 



Donald Elkins Lentz Mounds 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta Psi 
Accountancy Club; Marketing Club; Soci- 
ety for tlie Advancement of Management 
South East Missouri State 



Albert Taylor Lexz. .,S7. Petersburg, Fla. 

Commerce 

Economics 

Phi Delta Theta 

Cheerleader; Dolphins (2); Captain, Air 

Force ROTC; lllini Insurance Society 



Lawrence Sheldon Lehman Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta Beta Tau 



John Walter Leskera Oollinsville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science and Law 
Beta Theta Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Delia Sigma Rho; Studenl 
Senate (3); Class Secretary-Treasurer (1); 
Freshman Council ( 1 ) : Basketball Mana- 
ger (1, 2, 3, 4): Senior Basketball Man.' 
ger; Athletic Council, president (4): lllini 
Forensic Association; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion; Varsity Debate (3, 4) 



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Jane Lee Harrisburg 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Chi Omega 
Shi-Ai; Sigma Alpha lota: The Illio (1, 2, 
3), Junior Editor I :: ) : Star Course Mana- 
ger (2); V.W.C.A, Committee (1); Campus 
Chest (2) 

Southern Illinois University 



Fred Oliver Lehman Chicago 

Education 
Industrial Education 

Phi Gamma Delta 
Tribe of lllini; Varsity Swimming Squad 
(3) ; Captain (4) ; Lei lei- ( :;. 4) ; Freshman 
Varsity Swimming Squad; Dolphins (2, 3, 
4); Cadet Major. Army ROTC; Industrial 
Education Society 
Honors Day (3) 

State University of Iowa 







Marvin Alan LevensON Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma Alpha Mu 
lllini Union Committee (1. 2, 3): Hillel 
Foundation Student. Council (2); Lieuten- 
ant, Army ROTC; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Vivian Louise Leverenz Chicago 

Physical Education 
Pit ysical Ed u ration 
Presbyterian Hall 
lllini Union Committee (3) ; W.A.A. (3, 
4) ; Physical Education Majors Club 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 
Cornell College 



Howard Shkrwin Levine Chicago 

Commerce 

Economics 

Sigma Alpha Mu 

Illini Union Committee (1, 2); Interf rater- 

nitv Council (2, :(. 4); First Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC; Alpha Kho Tau 



Charles Sandford Levings. ...... .Parts 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Beta Theta Pi 
Honors Day (4) 
DePauw University 



Edwin Stanley Levitan Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Sigma Delta 
Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; Tau Beta Pi; 
Freshman Week Committee (4); A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 




Max Isaac Light Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
Clark House 
Sigma Delta Chi ; Freshman Varsity Base- 
ball Squad ; Freshman Varsity Swimming 
Squad ; Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC ; 
Phi Chi Eta; Praetorians; Tall Illini Club 
Honors Day (3 ) 



James Armstrong Limbert. . .Park Ridge 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Junior Bar Association 

Evanston Community College; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Donald Cecil Lincicomb 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 



. TJrbana 



Michael Eli Leviton Berwyn 

Law 

Law 
Lundgren House 
WILL (1); Second Lieutenant, Air Force 
ROTC; Junior Bar Association 





William Keith Lindberg Rockford 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Myron Simon Levy Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Interfraternitv Council (2, 3, 4) ; Military 
Ball Committee ( 3 ) ; Captain, Army ROTC ; 
Pershing Rifles: Phi Chi Eta; Society for 
the Advancement of Management 



Robert Stephen Lewis Brook field 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Lyons Township Junior College 







Shirley' Joan Lindblad Joliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Delta Gamma 
Campus Chest (1) ; W.A.A. (3) 



Carol Ann Linde Rockford 

Education 

Elementary Ed neat ion 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Tha Ulio (2) ; Illini Union Committee (2) 
Rockford College 



Saul Olimpica Libman. Sao Paulo, Brazil 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Lundgren House 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (3. 4); M.I. A. Executive Coun- 
cil (2) ; House President (4) ; Student Sen- 
ate (2); A.S.C.E.; Ibero-American Associa- 
tion ; I.T.E. 




Walter Charles Linden Berwyn 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Ray Lichtenberger 

Chicago Heights 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Theta Xi 
Men's Glee Club (3, 4) ; Oratorio Society 
(3, 4) ; German Club 

Thornton Junior College: Northwestern 
University; Illinois Institute of Technology 





Frederick Edward Ltndquist. Princeville 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Theta Xi 
Varsity Football Squad (2, 3); Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad : Captain, Army RO 
TC; Infantry Club; Phalanx; Student Jun- 
ior Chamber of Commerce 



Howard Bruce Liebman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; University of Chicago 





Lois Jean Lindsey Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Journalism 
Delta Gamma 
Shi-Ai; Theta Sigma Phi, president (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



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Judith Ann Lindstroii Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Star Course Manager (2) 
Honors Day 11.2) 



Shirley Anne Locke Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Pi Beta Phi 

Sigma Alpha Iota: Star Course Manager 
(2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2. 3); Concert 
Band I 1. 2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (1, 2 ) 



Lura Jean Link La Harp ■ 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in s<,<-ml Studies 
McKinley Hall 
Y.W.C.A. Committee CD; French Club 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 

Western Illinois State College 



James Grady Linsley Vrbana 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Varsity Football Squad (2, 3) ; Varsity 
Swimming Squad (2); Freshman Varsity 
Swimming Squad (11; Dolphins (1, 2, 3); 
Chief Petty Officer. NROTC ; Hoof and Horn 
Club; Ulini Sportsman's Club 



James Thomas Lipe Du Quota 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 

Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 
Club 

Southern Illinois University 



Betty Mae Lipsitz . . . .Kansas City, Mo. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Indeco 
Ulini Union Committee (3) 



Sheldon Fay Littell. . .Chicago Heights 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinf onia ; Football Marching 
Hand (2. 3); First Regimental Band (2, 3, 
4) ; Second Regimental Band (2) ; Univer- 
sity Choir (4); Men's Glee Club (3, 4) 
Lawrence Conservatory of Music 



Howard Lons Littig, Jh Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Clark House 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Honors Day ( 1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Carolee Little Farmer City 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Shorter Board; Ulini I'nion Committc 
(1); Ulini Theatre Guild Manager (1. 2); 
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3 4); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1. 2, :s, 4t; WILL il); Wesley 
Foundation (2); Home Economics Club 



Frances Little Toledo, Ohio 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Shorter Board; Ulini Union Committee (2, 

3); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (2. 3); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1); House President (4) 









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Joan Harriet Locker 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
The Daily Ulini ( 1 ) 



.Peoria 



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Willi \m Edward Loewe Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 

University of Chicago 



Edgene Clement Loh.man Geneseo 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma; Beta 
Alpha Psi; Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2. 3, 1). University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Philip Loiben Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Barton House 
German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Frances Louise Loitz Peotone 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Sigma Kappa 
The Dailv Ulini (3) ; Ulini Union Commit- 
tee (2) ; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3) ; Home Eco- 
nomics Club ( 2. 3 ) 

Illinois Wesleyan University 



Charles Long Waggoner 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Alpha Delta Sigma; House President (4): 
Varsity Baseball Squad (2) ; Freshman 
Varsity Baseball Squ id : First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; National Defense Transporta- 
tion Association 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Dtanio Martin Loofbourrow. . . .Quincy 

Engineering 

General Engineering 

Triangle 

Tho Dailv Ulini (4); Football Marching 

Band (2, 3, 4) ; First Regimental Band (2 

3, 4); Illinois Technograph (3) : A.I.Ch.E.; 

A.S.M.E.; W.O.R.L.D. 

James Millikin University 



Kknneth Lopaty Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Tan Delta Phi 
Alpha Delta Sigma: Ulini Union Committee 
(2); Ulini Theatre Guild Manager (2): 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (3) 

Wright Junior College 



William Alfred Lo.ienz Chicago 

Commerce 

Newman Hall 
Newman Foundation; Student Council (2, 
3, 4): Second Lieutenant, Army BOTC 




Jane Amelia Luedtke Minonk 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Kappa I lamina 
Mortar Board; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Y.W.C.A. Committee (3); 
Campus Chest (3, 4) ; Campus Chest Allo- 
cations and Advisory Board (4) 
Illinois Wesleyan 1'niversity 



Ronald Milan Losee Belviden 

.Journalism 
Editorial 
Shawnee 
Sigma Delta Chi; Captain. Army ROTC; 
Infantry Club 




Sue Lihie Bloomington 

Liberl Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Alpha Epsilon Phi 
Shi-Ai; Mask and Bauble; The Daily Mini 
(1); Illini Union Committee (1. 2); The- 
atre Guild Student Staff Manager (3, 4): 
Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2, 3, 4); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee ( 1 ) 



Charles Edmund Lai iiiilin Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Delta Phi 
Phi Epsilon Kappa; House President (4); 
Varsity Swimming Squad (3, 4) ; Freshman 
Varsity Swimming Squad; Dolphins (1, 2, 
3, 4); First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Na- 
tional Defense Transportation Association; 
Scabbard and Blade 





JOSEPH James LUSCO Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Flagg House 
S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Llovh Loving Loami 

Commerce 
Management 
Beta Theta Pi 
Illini Union Committee CI): V.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1) 



Marilyn Lucille Lowe Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
French 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Torch; Pi Delta Phi; The Illio, Junior Busi- 
ness Manager (3); The Illio (1. 2, 3); 
Cheerleader 





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William Andrew Litiii Chic-ana 

Commerce 
Management 
Psi Upsilon 
Campus Chest (1, 2); Intramural Manager 
(2); Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Young Republicans Club 



John Kearns Lynch Galesburg 

Agriculture 
Agriculture Economics 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Illini Union Committee i 1, 2); Varsity 
Golf Squad (2, 3, 4): Freshman Varsity 
Golf Squad; Newman Foundation Student 
Council (1. 2, 3, 4) : All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee (2) ; Freshman Week Committee (2) ; 
Military Ball Committee (3); First Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tan; Agri- 
cultural Economics Club 
Honors Day (3) 



James Bruce Lubin. . . .Kansas City, Mo. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
The Mansion 
Sigma Tan ; Alpha Phi Omega ; Chi Epsilon : 
Tribe of Illini; Baseball Manager (2, 3, 4) ; 
Senior Baseball Manager (4); Athletic 
Council (4); Second Lieutenant, Armv RO 
TC: Ordnance Club: A.S.C.E 
Honors Day (3) 



Walter Stewart Lucas. .West Frankfort 
Engineering 
Mini n;i Engineering 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC: National 
Defense Transportation Association, presi- 
dent (4) ; M.I.S. 



Alice Ruth Luckow Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Campus Chest (3); Junior Orchesis (3, 4) 



Barbara Burn- Lucy. . . .New York, K. T. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha Kappa Delta 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 
Queens College 





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Edward Randall Lynn Westchester 

( loi erce 

Marketing 
Parade Ground Units 
Alpha Kappa Psi; House President (3, 4): 
Military Ball Committee (3); Phi Chi Eta; 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Marketing Club; 
Student Junior Chamber of Commerce 



Rpth Joyce MacDonald Peoria 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Piano 
Sigma Kappa 
Sigma Alpha Iota: Concert Band (4) ; Ora- 
torio Society (4) 
Bradley University 



Roderick Courtright MacLeod. .Chicago 
Law 
La w 

Delta Sigma Phi 
Phi Delta Phi: House President; Univer- 
sity Chorus (2) ; Oratorio Society (3) ; Bat- 
talion Chief Petty Officer, NROTC; Frencn 
Club; Junior Bar Association; Young Re- 
publicans Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Mary Margaret MacTaggert . Assumption 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Delta Gamma 

Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (3, 4) ; University Chorus 

( 3 ) 

Monticello Junior College 



483 






John 'Wilbert Mack Danville 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Marketing Club 





ROY Larson Mallstrom Harvey 

Commerce 
Industrial .1 dministration 
Vsi Upsilon 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment: Young Republicans Club 
Augustana College 






John Jacob Madden Decatur 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics and Political Science 
James Millikin University; Bradley Uni- 
versity 



Norman Ray Madison Mazon 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Farm House 
Star and Scroll; Alpha Zeta; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); University 
Choir (4); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); 
All-Ag Field Day Committee (2); Plowboy 
Prom Committee (1) ; Agriculture Club: 
Dairy Production Club; Field and Furrow- 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Khalid Shakir MAhmoud. .Baghdad, Iraq 
Engineering 

Civil Engineering 
Chi Epsilon ; Moslem Students Association, 
president (4) 






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Richard Louis Maloney Ridgway 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Newman Hall 
Major. Air Force ROTC ; Agricultural Ec- 
onomics Club; Agriculture Club: Hoof and 
Horn Club 

St. Joseph's College 



All Manaster Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Science 
Psychology 
Navy Pier Alumni Association; Praetorians 
Roosevelt College : Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Henry Marcheschi Chicago 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Theta Kappa Phi 
Star and Scroll; Phi Eta Sigma; Interfra- 
ternity Council (2); House President (4); 
University Choir (2) ; Choristers (2) ; Cap- 
tain, Air Force ROTC; A.S.M.E 
Honors Day (1) 



Timothy; Joseph Mahoney, 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Kappa 
Accountancy Club 



. Chicago 



Jane Anne Maier East St. Louis 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Pi Delta, president (3) ; Freshman 
Council 



Eleanor Ei/y Mainey Mazon 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Phi Mu 
Illmi Union Committee (2, 4) ; University 
Chorus (1); Women's Glee Club (1, 3); 
Plowboy Prom Committee (1.); Home Ec- 
onomics Club 



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Vlasta Josephine Marek Cicero 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art 
Leinad 
The Illio (1); T.W.C.A. Committee (3); 
Fine and Applied Arts Society 



Kenton Dane Marlin Cat-mi 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Pershing Rifles; Spanish Club 



Rudolph Howard Marovec Cicero 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Men's Residence Hall 
First Regimental Hand (3) ; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Morton Junior College, Illinois Institute 
of Technology, Navy Pier Extension of the 
University of Illinois 



John Knox Mainey Mazon 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Acacia 
Skull and Crescent : lllini Union Committee 
(1) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee ( 1 ) ; House Pres- 
ident (4); Basketball Manager (2); Track 
Manager (2); University Chorus (2); 
Men's Glee Club (3. 4); Oratorio Society 
(3) ; Captain, Air Force ROTC: Air Force 
Council; Scabbard and Blade; A.S.A.E 





Janu Ann Marsik Oalc Park 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 
lllini Union Committee (4) : Y.YV.C.A. Com- 
mittee (4) 

Lawrence College 



484 



Robert Edward Malec Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Noble House 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Northwestern University; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 






Joanne Martie 

Commerce 
.1 ccounta ncy 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Chi Theta 

Joliet Junior College 



.Mokena 



Charles Dwayne Martin Versailles 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Honors Day (3) 






William Dale Mason Ottawa 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Journalism 
Sigma Delta Chi; WINI (3): Mini Union 
Committee (2) ; V.M.C.A. Committee (2, 3) ; 
Mini Rural Observer (2) ; WILL (1, 2, 3) ; 
Hoof and Horn Club 



David Lee Martin Bloomington 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma Chi 
Sachem; Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Mini, 
city editor (3) ; The Daily Mini (1, 2, 3) 



David Edwin Martin Glen Ellyn 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
College Hall 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Dean Wallace Martin Bartonville 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Lux Mundi 
House President (2, 3, 4) ; Wrestling Man- 
ager (2, 3) ; First Lieutenant, Air Force 
ROTC; A.S.M.E.. president (4); Rifle and 
Pistol Club; SA.E. 
Bradley University 



Ferol Irene Martin McHenry 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Delta Zeta 
Shi-Ai; Alpha Pi Delta; Y.W.C.A. Commit- 
tee (2); Campus Chest (2); W.A.A. (1, 2, 
3, 4) ; House President. (4) ; Plowboy Prom 
Committee (3) ; Home Economics Club 



James Lotis Martin Concord 

Law 

Law 
Delta Upsilon 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Phi Chi 
Eta; Junior Bar Association 



Richard Thomas Martin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in, English 
Phi Eta Sigma; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Theodore Martin Chicago 

Engineering 
E ngine erin g I'h gsics 
Newman Hall 
A.I.Ch.E.; Physics Society 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Barrington Martley. . .Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Theta Delta Chi 

Interfraternitv Council (3); Marketing 

Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 




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August Martin Massa Spring Valley 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Mini Union Committee (1, 3); A. I. A. 



Donald Lee Masters Greenfield 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Nabor House 
House President (4); Wesley Foundation 
Student Council (3); Agriculture Club; 
Dairy Production Club ; Hoof and Horn 
Club 



Delores Helen Matalin Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Vahog Matoesia.v Granite City 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Honors Day (2) 



Keith Edward Matters Hanover 

Commerce 

Industrial Administration 
Moore Hall 
M.I. A. Executive Council (2) : Mi-Knights; 
Society for the Advancement of Management 



Leonard James Mattson Lake Villa 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Triangle 
Choristers (2); Major. Army ROTC; A.S. 
M.E.; S.A.E. 
Honors Dav (2) 



Anna Wilhelmina Mayer Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
German 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (3) ; House President (3) ; German 
Club 

Carthage College 



Anthony Joseph Mazurkiewicz. .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Orchesis (2, 3, 4); Anthropology Club; 
German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion; Polish Club; Tall Mini Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Chief Miniwek (2) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Wim \.m Meale Chicago 

Engineering 
( 'ivil Engineering 
Engineering Council (3); A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




Emanuel Otto Melich ab. Downers Grove 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Illi-Dell 
Phi Ida Sigma; Illini Rural Observer (2); 
Agriculture Club; Dairy Production Club; 
Horticulture Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 






Dorothy Davies Meek Lndd 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Presbyterian Hall 
First Regimental Hand (1, 2) ; Reportory 
Orchestra ( 1 ) 



Edwin Walter Meents. . 
Commerce 
Finance 
Chi Phi 
Phi Chi Eta 



.AshTcum 




Morton Melnik Decatur 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Phi Epsilon Pi 

James Milliken University; University of 
Wisconsin 



Harry Edward Melton Eldorado 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Agriculture Education Club; Agriculture 
Club 

Southern Illinois University 



PeBNA-Lee MEENTS Bloominglon 

Commerce 
Finance 
Illinois Wesleyan 





Don Frank Me.mler Dixon 

Commerce 
Management 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Alpha Kappa Psi (3, 4); Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1); House President (3, 4); Con- 
cert Hand (1, 2. 3); Football Marching 
Band (1, 2, 3): First Regimental Band 
(I); Ensign, NROTC; .Navy Council 
Honors Day ( 1) 



M \i;v Lee Mefkord Robinson 

Agriculture 
Home Economirs 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Torch: The Illio (1. 21: Major Chairman 
Banquets, Illini Union Committee (3); Il- 
lini Union Committee (1, 2); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); Campus Chest (1); W.A.A. 
(1) 



Doiin Harlow Meiilenbacher . La Orange 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Inlet-fraternity Council (2, 3, 4); Oratorio 

Society (2, 3): Second Lieutenant, Air 

Force KOTC; Phalanx; A.S.C.E. 

Michigan College of Mining and Technol- 
ogy 






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Richard Dean Merchant. . . .Mt. Carmel 

Education 

Chemistry 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors (4) ; Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet (3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2) ; 
Campus Chest (2); Intramural Manager 
(2); Student Religious Council (3); Mc- 
Kinley Foundation Student Council (3); 
Captain, Air Force ROTC 



Robert Carl Mertens. . .Alameda, Calif. 
Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
Keramos. president (3): House President 
(4) ; A.C.S.: Plying Club 
Wright Junior College 



Richard Joseph Meinhabd. . . .Oak Park 
Liberal Arts anil Training 
Teacher Training in. Mathematics 
Theta Kappa Phi 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day I - ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





William Clarence Mescher. . .Loekport 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Engineering Council (3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; 
Illuminating Engineering Society, president 
(4) 

Joliet Junior College 



Marilyn Meiselman Chicago 

Agriculture 
'Home Economics 
Sigma Delta Tan 
Tlu. 1 115.. (1, 2); Illini Theatre Guild Crew 
(1) : Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) 





Frederick Albert Mesenbrink 

Villa Park 
Commerce 
A ccountaney 
Ruste Amies 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1, 2 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Joseph Ray Meisenheimek Cent mint 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Centralia Township Junior College 




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Arvin Messer Chicif/o 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Wright Junior College 



John Robert Messner, Jr. 

Lit Orange Park 
Fine and Applied Arts 
.1 rchitectural Engineering 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Gargoyle; Sigma Tan; Tan Beta Pi, presi- 
dent ( 4 ) ; Scarab: A. I. A. 

Lyons Township Junior College; Navy 
l'ier Extension of the University of Illinois 



Martha Marv Messner Monticello 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 

Cagle Hall 
Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Committee (3); 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (3. 4); Univer- 
sity Choir (3); University Chorus (2, 4); 
Oratorio Society (2, 3, 4) : Christian Sci- 
ence Organization 

James Millikin University 



Thomas Metskas Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Flagg House 
Illini Insurance Society: Marketing Club; 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Track Let- 
terman (1) ; Letterman's Club (1) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 







Robert Albert .Michael Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Edward Ralph Middleton 

Kansas City, Ho. 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
Board of Fraterntv Affairs (3): Interfra- 
ternity Council (2, 3); A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



R.UMl'NDAS VliADAS MlEZEUS 

Kaunas, Lithuania 
( lommerce 
Management 
Alpha Phi Omega: Sigma Iota Epsilon ; 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management : Student Junior Cham- 
ber of Commerce 

Honors Day (1, 2, 31. University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Douglas Lee Metz Joliet 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Interfraternity Council (3) ; Marketing Club 
Joliet Junior College; Illinois Institute 
of Technology 




Marv Elizabeth Mifflin Springfield 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Delta Delta Delta 
House President, ( 4 ) : Panhellenic Ball Com- 
mittee (2) ; Cyclothem Club; French Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Paul Fredrick Metzger Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Kuinonami 
A.S.M.E.; Gamma Delta; Navy Pier Alumni 
Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Metzger Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Illini Forensic Association; 
Varsity Debate Squad (3, 4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Debate 
Squad (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Edward Meyers Streator 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 









John Richard Mm \tovic Westmont 

Engineering 
Aerona illicit! Engineering 
I.A.S. 

Morton Junior College 



Mitchell Joseph Mikila Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Engineering Council (3); A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marlene Barbara Miles Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music 

Theta Phi Alpha 

Campus Chest (4): House President. (3); 

Reportory Orchestra (3); University Choir 

(2) ; Newman Foundation Student Council 

(3) ; Fine and Applied Arts Society 
Springfield Junior College 



Wayne Norbert Meyer Tuscola 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Captain, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; Agriculture Club: Field and Furrow- 
Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 







Donald Jonas Miller Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Zeta Beta Tan 
The Daily Illini (1) : Illini Union Commit- 
tee (1); Illini Theatre Guild Crew (2); 
Dolphins (2) ; Military Ball Committee (2); 
Ensign. NROTC 

University of Chicago: Willamette Uni- 
versity; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 



James Richard Michael Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Delta Phi 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC ; Ordnance 
Club; Scabbard and Blade: German Club 
Bradley University 





George Mai rice Miller Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3); A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Jerry Jay Miller Hanover 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Sun- and Scroll; Varsity Baseball Squad 
(3. 4) 

City College of San Francisco 



Mitzi-Lou Marian Miller. . . .Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in History 

Delta Zeta 

Sigma Delta Pi: Y.W.C.A. Committee (2); 

Campus Chest ( 2 ) ; Women's Glee Club (1, 

2, 3) 



Paula Jean Miller McLcunsboro 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Zeta Phi Eta, president (4) : Illini Union 
Committee (3, 4) 
MacMurray College 









Orville Wilbur Millspaugh . . , 
Commerce 
Labor Economics 



. Urbana 



George Sigmund Millstein 

New York, N. Y. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
.4 rchitecture 
A. I. A. 

Cooper Union ; Columbia University 



Charles Rvsh Milton. . . 
Commerce 
Management 
Phi Delta Theta 
Dennison 



. Chicago 



Ronald Stuart Miller Chicago 

Law 

Nu Beta Epsilon : Accountancy Club; Jun- 
ior liar Association 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Shirley Lee Miller Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Hillel Foundation (3. 4); Navy Pier 
Alumni Association: Tall Illini Club; 
United World Federalists 
Honors Day ( 1, 2. :-!, 4) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Stt urr Donald Miller Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Clark House 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Roosevelt University 









Martha-Jean Bemberg Milton. .Chicago 
Education 
Elementary Education 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Thomas Hawley Miner Chicago 

Law 
La w 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Phi Delta Phi; Junior Bar Association 
West Point; Knox College 



Marilyn June Minks Fisher 

Agriculture 
Home Economic* Education 
Price Club 
Phi Upsilon Omicron : Y.W.C.A. Committee 
(3); W.A.A. (3, 4): House President (3, 
4) ; Oratorio Society (3. 4) ; Disciples 
Foundation Student Council (1); All-Ag 
Field Day Committee (2): Home Econom- 
ics Club 



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Teri.z Diane Miller Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Laurel House 
The Daily lllmi (1): Illini Theatre Guild 
Cast (2. :i. 4) : Illini Forensic. Association 



William Clyde .Miller Erie 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Alpha Zeta: Y.M.C.A. Board of Directors 
(4); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (2) ; Y.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1, 2, 3, 4): Interfraternity Council 
(1, 2. 3): House President (2): Wesley 
Foundation Student Council (1): Agricul- 
tural Council (3. 4): All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (2): Military Ball Committee 
(3); Plowbov Prom Committee (1, 2): Ca- 
det Lieutenant. Air Force ROTC; Air Force 
Council; Armed Forces Council; Agricul- 
tural Economics Club ; Agriculture Club, 
president ( :!, 4) ; Hoof and Horn Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Sabra Mills Mount Morris 

Journalism 
Publication Management 
Alpha Phi 
Torch; Shi-Ai : The Daily Illini (1, 2, 3); 
Star Course Manager (1, 2); W.A.A. (1, 
2, 3); Oratorio Society (1); Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Illini Forensic Association; 
Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 









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Faith Mitrovich Chicago 

Agriculture 

Home Economics Education 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 

University Choir (4) : Women's Glee Club 

(4); Home Economics Club; Navy Pier 

Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Mlade, Jr Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Barton House 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Soci- 
ety 



Frederick Foster Morley DeKalh 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Theta Kappa Phi 
Star and Scroll ; Tan Beta Pi ; Gamma Al- 
pha Rho; Mask and Bauble; Illini Theatre 
Guild, associate manager (3) : Captain, Air 
Force ROTC 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3) 



Patricia Marie Modlin Terseyville 

Liberal Arts anil Sciences 
Spanish 
Concordia 
Major Chairman, Jazz-U-Ldke-It Union 
Committee (3): Illini Union Committee (1, 
2. 3); Star Course Manager (2); WILL 
(1): French Club: Spanish Club 



Janet Elsie Moldenhaue^ 

Milwaukee, Wis. 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 

Busey Hall 
Campus Chest ( 1. 2, :'. ) ; W.A.A. (2, 3, 4) ; 
Physical Education Majors Club 



Arthur Edward Molin Byron 

Engineering 
Sanitary Engineering 
Psi Upsilon 
A.S.C.E.; Mu-San: Young Republicans Club 
Korthern Illinois State Teachers' College 



Virgil Lindel Molinarolo Eldorado 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Son's Home 
Southern Illmcis Universit. 



Emma Lee Mollet Greenville 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 

Busey Hall 

Southern Illinois University ; Greenville 
College 



Laura Mae Mollet Greenville 

Agriculture 

Home Economics Education 

Gammp. Phi Beta 

Mortar Board : Torch ; Phi Upsilon Omi- 

cron; The Illio (2, 3). Junior Business 

Manager (3) 

Southern Illinois University 



James Douglas Montgomery. . . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Law 
Kappa Alpha Psi 

Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (i) : Intel-fraternity 

Council (4) : Student Senate (4) ; Illini 

Forensic Association 

Navy Pier Activities : Debate Team ( 1 ) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 

Illinois 



Richard Ray Moody Gibson City 

Commerce 
A gric ultu ral Ma rketing 
Delta Sigma Phi 
House President (4) ; Second Regimental 
Band (1, 2) 



Theodore Rohert Moody. .Coatesville, Pa. 
Education 
Biological Sciences 
Varsity Football Squad (2) : Freshman Var- 
sity Football Squad 








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Viva Leola Moody Erie 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Presbyterian Hall 
Illini Rural Observer (3, 4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club; Rural Life Club 



Amos Sylvestier Moore Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha Phi Alpha 
Illini Forensic Association 

Chicago City College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University :>f Illinois 



David Travis Moore. Jr Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Music 

Parade Ground Units 

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinf onia ; Concert Band (1. 

2, 3); University Sinfonietta (1, 2, 3, 4); 

University Orchestra (1, 2, 3. 4) 



Joseph Meagher Moran Chicago 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Moore Hall 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC : National 
Defense Transportation Association 



Victor Lawrence Moravek 

Evergreen Park 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
"O" House 
Alpha Phi Omega; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Alpha Rho Tan ; A.S.C.E. 



Irving Clifford Morgan Springfield 

Division of Special Services 
English 
Beta Theta Pi 
Illini Union Committee (2) 

Springfield Junior College: Indiana State 
Teachers College; Stevens Institute of Tech- 
nology 



William Patrick Moroney Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Sigma Chi 
Captain, Air Force ROTC 

Colorado Agricultural and Mining College 



Charles Edward Morreal Rockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Club Chalmers 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Honors Day (1 ) 



Michael Morris Evanston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Cite m ica I Eng in cering 
Flagg House 
A.I.Ch.E. 



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Francis Arthi u Morse Astoria 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 



Bernard Leonard Moshel Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Wright Junior College 



Joanne Elizabeth Moyer Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English. 

Tbeta Phi Alpha 
The Daily Mini (3, 4) ; University Chorus 
(4); Navy Pier Alumni Association; Span- 
ish Club; Young Republicans Club 

Navy Fier Activities University Choir 
(2) 

Mundelein College: Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Robert Francis Moynihan Chit-ago 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Agriculture Club: Dairy Production Club; 
Field and Furrow ; Hoof and Horn Club 



Franklin Charles Mrazek Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Concert Band ( 1 ) : Dairy Technology So- 
ciety; Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 



Illinois 



James Howard Mueller Springfield 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Rho 
The Illio (2, 3), Junior Business Manager 
(3); Major Chairman News and Advertis- 
ing Illini Union Committee (3) ; Major 
Chairman Publicity Illini Union Committee 
(2); Illini Union Council (2, 3); Illini 
Union Committee (2, 3); Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 
(4) ; A.S.M.E. 



John Philip Mueller Peru 

Commerce 
Management 
Newman Hall 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; Student Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Pearl Louise Mueller Waterloo 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
McKinley Hall 
Women's Glee Club (3); Oratorio Society 
(2) 



Philip Meriweathkr Mueller. . .Decatur 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Colonial Manor 
Pi Tau Sigma; Engineering Council (3); 
Major. Army ROTC ; A.F.S. 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 


















490 




John LudwIG Muerle Springfield 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Granada Club 
Phi Kappa Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Phi Eta 
Sisma ; Pi Mu Epsilon; House President 
(3); Men's Glee Club (1, 2, 3, 4); Major, 
Air Force ROTC; Phalanx; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 
German Club 

Honors Day (2, 3); University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Thomas Gill Muir Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical. Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
Interfraternity Council (4): I.A.S. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Margaret Mary Mulligan Hinsdale 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Evans Hall 

Student Religious Council (3); Newman 
Foundation (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (2) 
Rosary College 



Donnie June Munro Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Delta Gamma 
V.YV.C.A. Committee (3) 
De Pauw University 



William Hamilton Munro Harvey 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Parade Ground Units 
Sigma Tau; House President (4) ; A.I.Ch. 
E. ; German Club 

Thorton Township Junior College 



Jane Ann Munsterman Jerseyville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3, 4) ; Newman Foun- 
dation Student Council (3, 4) 

St. Mary's of Notre Dame: Maryville 
College 



Barbara Mae Murphy Carthage 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
4-H House 
Alpha Chron; Phi Upsilon Omicron; Illini 
Union Committee ( 1 ) : Illini Union Council 
(2): Home Economics Council (1, 2, 4), 
president (4) ; Home Economics Club 



Norma Jayne Murvin Clay City 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Phi Mu 
Mn Phi Epsilon ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast 
(2, 3. 4); Oratorio Society (2) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 
Millikin University 



Lucille Margaret Muzzarelli. . .DePue 

Physical Education 

Physical Education. 
Evans Hall 
Shorter Board; Alpha Chron; Illini Union 
Committee (1, 2) ; Illini Theatre Guild Man- 
ager (2. 3) ; Illini Theatre Guild Crew (1) : 
W.A.A. Board (3) : Major I; W.A.A. Num- 
erals: W.A.A., president (4); Student Sen- 
ate (4); Newman Foundation Student Coun- 
cil ( 1. 2) ; Physical Education Majors Club 



Martin Leonard McAdams Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Newman Hal] 
Marketing- Clnb; Tall Illini Club 

Loyola University; Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Charles Joseph McAllister. . . .Chicago 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.I A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Elton McAllister. . .Waterman 

Agriculture 

General Agriculture 

Alpha Gamma Kho 
Military Ball Committee (3) ; Plowboy Prom 
Committee (2. 3) ; First Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC: Phi Chi Eta; Agriculture Club; 
Hoof and Horn Club 



Joanna McBride Newman 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 

Vanlig 
Alpha Lambda. Delta; Sigma Alpha Iota; 
House President ( :i ) ; University Chorus 
(1); Women's Glee Club (3); Oratorio 
Society (2. 3, 4) 
University of Illinois Scholarship Key 



Richard Loing McCarthy. Anderson, Ind. 
Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Phi Gamma Delta 
Skull and Crescent: House President (4); 
Basketball Manager (1. 2); Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC; Infantry Club; Phal- 
anx; Society for the Advancement, of Man- 
agement 



William Frederick McCartv. . . .Tuscola 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Principia College 



Mary Eileen McClellan. .Higfdand Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Psychology 

Delta Zeta 

Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Newman 

Foundation Student Council (3) ; Senior 

Ball Committee (3) 

University of Michigan 



Mary Joan McCloud Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Franklin College ; Rockford College 




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James Charles McConnell Joliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in History 
Alpha Phi Omega 

Joliet Junior College 





Tiieo Dick McConnell Henning 

Commerce 

Person ml Management 
Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management : Student Junior Cham- 
ber of Commerce 



Donald Eugene McCormick Dundas 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Alpha Zeta; Agriculture Club 



James Stuckey McCormack . . . Galesburg 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Theta Delta Chi 
Skull and Crescent; Sigma Tau; Mask and 
Bauble, president (4); Pierrots; Illini The- 
atre Guild Manager (2, 3, 4) ; Second Lieu- 
tenant, Air Force ROTC; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (3) 



James Russell McCosh Cicero 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Minowa Lodge 
Illini Christian Fellowship 
Morton Junior College 



Audrey Kathleen McCubbin 

Mount Pulaski 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher T ruining in English 
Leeman Lodge 
Mortar Board; Torch; Alpha Chron ; Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1); 
W.G.S. Executive Council (2, 3, 4), presi- 
dent (4); Student Senate (4); Committee 
on Student Affairs ( 4 ) 

Honors Day (1, 2. 3). University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Duane Davie McCcroy North Aurora 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa N'u; Illini Union 
Committee (2, 3) ; Second Lieutenant, Army 
ROTC; Scabbard and Blade; A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 

Aurora College 



Mavis Jerry McDaniel Peotone 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia : Football Marching 

Band (1, 2, 4); First Regimental Band (3, 

4) ; A.C.S.: A.I.Ch.E. 

Murray State College 



Anne McElroy Decatur 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (2, 3) ; Campus Chest (2) 
Indiana University 



David Lee Me Fall La Grange Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast. (2) ; Freshman 
Varsity Swimming Squad; Freshman Var- 
sity Wrestling Squad: Dolphins (1, 2, 3, 
4)'; Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Alpha 
Rho Tau 



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John Henry McG uighey. . .Lawrenceville 

Commerce 

Economics 

Sigma Chi 

Captain, Army ROTC; Tau Nu Tau ; Mini 

Insurance Society 

Georgia Institute of Technology 



NANCY May McGill Riverside 

Journalism 

Editorial 

Alpha Gamma Delta 

Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Theta Sigma 

Phi; The Daily Mini (1, 2. 3, 4) ; Freshman 

Week Committee (3) 



Frank Byron MuGilvrey Danville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Danville Community College 



Donald William McGrue Elgin 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Beta Theta Pi 
The Daily Mini ( 1 ) : Mini Union Committee 
(1, 2); V.M.C.A. Board of Directors (3): 
V.M.C.A. Cabinet (2): V.M.C.A. Committee 
(1, 2); Captain. Air Force ROTC 



Elbert Clyne McIntire Anna 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Education 
Alpha Gamma Rho 
Military Ball Committee (3) ; First, Lieuten- 
ant, Army ROTC: Ordnance Club ; Pershing 
Rifles; Agricultural Education Club; Agri- 
culture Club; Rural Life Club 
Southern Illinois University 










June ROSE McLuckie Coal City 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
McKinley Hall 
YV.A.A. (2, 3) ; Physical Education Majors 
Club; Spanish Club; Tall Mini Club 



Robert Pknrou McMillen Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Galesburg Alumni Association 

Galesburg Activities: Varsity Basketball 
Squad, Letter ( 1 ) 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marilyn June McNair Joliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Honors Day (3) 



Ross Laxdon McNaught Waverly 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Phalanx; Phi Chi Eta 



Joel Miller McKilty Peoria 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Tribe of Mini (2, :!. 4): Varsity Track 
Squad (2, 3, 4); Track Letter (2, *3, 4); 
Freshman Varsity Track Squad ; Second 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC 
Honors Day (3, 4) 



William Homer McKain Oentralia 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Cy< lotlicm Club 

Illinois Wesleyan University 



Douglas Dale McK) xsthv Elgin 

Ed ucal ion 
Industrial Education 
Industrial Education Society 

Honors Day (2) 



Robert Doy*- McKnelly Shelhyville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Gamma Delia 
Skull and Crescent: Campus Chest. (2) ; In- 
terfraternity Council (]. 2); Captain, Air 
Force ROTC; Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 



Patrick Francis McLaughlin. 

Commerce 
Economics 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 

University of Toledo 



Alton 







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Cirilo Alejandhh McSween 

Panama, Re publico tic Panama 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Cosmopolitan 
Ma-Wan-Da: Sachem; Tribe of Mini; Var- 
sitv Track Squad (2. 3. 4). Letter (2, 3, 
4); Freshman Varsity Track Squad; Ibero- 
American Association 



Diana Louise Nainis Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 

Zeta Tau Alpha 



Otis Sachio Nak uuura . Honolulu, Hawaii 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
University of Hawaii 



James Masanoiu Xakawatase. . . .Chicago 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Lee Neill Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Tomahawk, president (4) : Phi Eta Sigma; 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; Concert Band (1, 
2, 3, 4) ; Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 
4); University Sinfonietta (1, 2, 3); Uni- 
versity Orchestra (1, 2, 3) ; Men's Glee Club 
(4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



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Donald Lester Neumann. . .Edwardsville 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Illi Knights 
Illini Union Committee (3): House Presi- 
dent (4) ; Seabury Foundation Student 
Council (2, 3) : Major. Army ROTC ; Persh- 
ing Rifles 4 S i! Illi Knights president 
(4) 

Shurtleff College 



Gordon Leonard Nelson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Wilson Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 




Douglas Donovan' Net/maun. .Champaign 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC 
Honors Day (3) 



Janice Adele Nelson Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Carol Anne Neureuther. .Spring Valley 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 

Evans Hall 

Sigma Alpha Iota ; Home Economics Club 

Beloit College; Northwestern University 



Marly s Edith Nelson Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
International Affairs 
Busey Hall 
Honors Day (2) 

Central College : Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 




Robert Pierce Newlin Casey 

Agriculture 
Soil Conservation, 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Alpha Phi Omega: Captain, Air Force RO 
TC ; Arnold Air Society 



Natalie Jane Nelson Evanstou 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Senior Ball Committee (4) 

MacMurray College; Lake Forest College 



Robert Ritter Nelson Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta Chi 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (2) ; Captain, Air Force ROTC 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Jerry Mitchell Nemec Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Phi Epsilon Kappa : Varsity Football Squad 
(2) ; Freshman Varsity Football Squad 
Honors Day (2) 

Wright Junior College; Michigan State 
College 








Peng-Khoon Ng Singapore, Malaya 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon 
Honors Day (3) 



Ping Kin Ng. .Hong Kong, British Colony 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
("lark House 
A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E.: Chinese Students Club 

Hong Kong University; Bradley Univer- 
sity 



Barbara Elizabeth Nicely. .Pica- Forest 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Tin i n i mi in Speech 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Shorter Board; Shi-Ai; Zeta Phi Eta; As- 
sistant Editor, The lllio (3); The Ulio ('-', 
3); Illini Union Committee (1, '- > ; Illini 
Theatre Guild Cast (2, 3); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1, 2); University Choir (1, 2, 3, 
4); Oratorio Society (2) J Terrapin (1); 
Freshman Week Committee (4); French 
Club 



George Edward Nero Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Fireside 
University Chorus (3, 4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Dance Band (1, 
2) 
Honors Day (1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Emory Nktzel Kankakee 

Law 
Law 
Tan Kappa Epsilon 
Phi Alpha Delta: National Defense Trans- 
portation Association ; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion 

Illinois Wesleyan University 







Lorenzo Dow Nichol Glen Ellyn 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Beta Theta Pi 
Phi Eta Sigma; The lllio (1, 2, 3), Assis- 
tant Editor (3): Football Marching Band 
(1) ; Second Regimental Band (1, 2) ; A.S. 
C.E. 



Erwin Maynard Niebur Brookficld 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Lyons Township Junior College 



493 



FRANK Sll UK II nil NlSHIME 

Honolulu. Ililtlltii 

Liberal Arls and Sciences 
Mathematics 
University of Hawaii 



Elaine Emi Nishimura Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Evans Hall 

Navy Pier Extension of Hie University of 
Illinois 



Wayne Robert Nixon Ohicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Tan: Sigma iota Epsiion; A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Eileen Eleanor NorcroSS Biishnett 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Stephens College 



James Eugene Norman Marion 

Liberal Arls and Sciences 
Speech 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Y.M.C.A. Committee ( 3, 4) ; Campus Chest 
(2, 3) ; University Choir (3) ; Major, Armv 
ROTC; Infantry Club: Illini Forensic Asso- 
ciation 

Southern Illinois University 










Osuar Allen Novick Aurora 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Navy Pier Extension of the LTniversity of 
Illinois 



Donald Edwin Now Brookfield 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E.: Synton 
Morton Junior College 



EUGENE Oeorge Nykaza. .Chicago Heights 
( lommerce 
Marketing 

Newman Hall 
Marketing Club; Polish Club 



William Thomas Nyland Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Sociology 
Theta Delta Chi 
Tho Daily Illini (1. 2. 3). Sports Copy Edi- 
tor (3) ; Ensign, NROTC 



Luke John Oberwise Harvard 

Agriculture 

Agronomy 

Pi Kappa Phi 

Star and Scroll; Star and Scroll Advisor 

(4): Y.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2); House 

President (4) 



Mary Louise Northcliffe. . .Barrington 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Delta Zeta 



John Edwin Norton Champaign 

Commerce 

I. a u- 
Sigma Alpha Epsiion 
Alpha Kappa Psi : Colonel, Air Force RO 
TC ; Armed Forces Council; Arnold Air So- 
ciety; Scabbard and Blade; Junior Bar As- 
sociation; Rifle and Pistol Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



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Robert Ralph Novak Berivyn 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Granada Club 
Morton Junior College 



William Joseph Novak, Jr Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Mi-Knights 

Alpha Delta Sigma, president (4); Y.M.C. 
A. Cabinet (3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) ; 
Varsity Fencing Squad (3. 4) ; Mi-Knights; 
Illini Sportsman's Club; Navy Pier Alumni 
Association ; Scimita r 

Northwestern University; Chicago Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts: Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 








Racuael O'Byrne Champaign 

Agriculture 

Home Economics 
Pi Beta Phi 
Mini Union Committee (1); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); Campus Chest (2, 3); 
Campus Chest Allocations and Advisory 
Board (2, 3) 



Hugh Mellen O'Connell, Jr. 

Los Angeles, Calif. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Alpha Rho Chi 
A.I.A. ; A.S.C.E. 
Purdue University 



Helen Maribeth O'Donnell Paxton 

Agriculture 
Home Economies 
Evans Hall 
W.A.A. (2, 3, 4); University Chorus (1, 
2); Women's (ilee Club (1); Home Eco- 
nomics Club 



Robert James O'Donnell Chicago 

Commerce 
Ma nagement 
Parade Ground Units 
Society for the Advancement of Management 
Loyola University: University of DePaul; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Berxakh Joseph Offerman Joliet 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman Hall 

Marketing Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 
Loras College 




Jack Lehoy Orman East Alton 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
College Hall 
Society of Illustrators; Second Lieutenant, 
Annv'ROTC 

Shurtleff College 



Max Hershel Offerman Galesburg 

Commerce 
Economics 

Delta Sigma Pi 
The Daily Illini ( 1 ) ; House President (2) ; 
Freshman Varsity Golf Squad; Second 
Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold Air 
Society; Illini Insurance Society 

Robert Pail Olaxder Oak Park 

Commerce 
Management 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Phi Eta Sigma, president (3) ; Alpha Phi 
Omega; Illini Union Director, Department 
of Dances (4) ; Illini Union Board (4) ; 
Major Chairman, Red Cross Illini Union 
Committee (3); Illini Union Council (3); 
Illini Union Committee <2, 3) ; Star Course 
Manager (2) ; Interfraternity' Council (2, 
3) J University Chorus (2); Campus Chest 
Allocations and Advisory Board (3, 4) ; 
Senior Ball Committee (3); Major, Army 
ROTC; Phalanx; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 

Honors Day (2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



NANCY Stough Oliver Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 



Robert Brown Olmsted Peru 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Newman Hall 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Oratorio So- 
ciety (3, 4) ; Society for the Advancement 
of Management 
St. Bede College 



Ruth Olson Chicago 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Cagle Hall 
Women's Glee Club ( 3 ) 

Morgan Park Junior College ; Thornton 
Junior College 









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Alva no Ortega 

Bogota, Columbia, Sottllt America 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. ; Ibero-American Associa- 
tion 
University of the Andes of Bogota 



Donald Val Osborne Haywood 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Rural Observer (2); 
Seabury Foundation Student Council (2, 3, 
4); Agricultural Education Club; Agricul- 
ture Club; Student Veterinary Medical As- 
sociation 
Honors Day ( 1, 2, 3) 



Jerry Oscherwitz Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
University of Miami 



Thomas Michael O'Shavghnbssy 

Bell wood 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha Kappa Psi; Sigma Iota Epsilon; Ma- 
jor, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold Air Society ; 
Accountancy Club; Student Junior Cham- 
ber of Commerce 
Honors Day (3) 

Balboa Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Russell Joseph Osmon Chicago 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Theta Delta Chi 
Interfraternity Council (2. 4); First Lieu- 
tenant. Army ROTC; Agriculture Club 
St. Olaf College 



Stuart Wall Olson Chicago 

Physical Education 
Recreation 
Varsity Swimming Squad (3, 4) ; Co-Recre- 
ation Manager (4); Dolphins (3, 4); Lu- 
theran Student Foundation Student Council 
(2) 

Wright Junior College 



Rose Marie O'Neill Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Chi Omega 
Mortar Board, president (4) : Zeta Phi Eta; 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (I, 2); Panhel- 
lenic Executive Council (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (3) 
Barry College 



Bayard Mahlon Ordlock Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architect lire 
Parade Ground Units 
A.I. A. 

Wilber Wright Junior College; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 




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Robert Arthur Oster Centralia 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Centralia Junior College 



Virginia Lois Ostermeier. . . .Springfield 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Presbyterian Hall 
Star Course Manager (2); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (3) 

Blackburn College 



Roy Lewis Ostrom WiUiamsfield 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club; Galesburg Alumni Associa- 
tion 
Honors Day ( 1. 3) 

Bradley University; Galesburg Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



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Fred OTTINGER, Je Elgin 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Alpha ' 'I'i Rho 
Slav and Scroll; Phi Mu Alpha-Sinf onia ; 
Illini Theatre Guild Casl (2); University 
Choir (2); Men's Glee Club (4); Second 
Lieutenant, Army R< >T< ' 
Lawrence College 



Jam i;s Russell Owen, Jr Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape din-ration 
Landscape Architecture Society 
Springfield Junior College 



.Robert Lean Owen Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 



Keith Allan Pace Tolono 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (4); McKinley 
Foundation Student Council (3) ; Illini For- 
ensic Association: Spanish Club 



Robert Kessler Painter. . . .Gibson City 
Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Kytno Kasino 
Ma-Wan-Da, president (4): Sachem; Tom- 
ahawk; lieta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma; Mask and Bauble, president (3); Na- 
tional Collegiate Players; Pierrots; Illini 
Theatre Guild, General Manager (4); Illini 
Theatre Guild Manager ( 1, 2, 3, 4); Illini 
Theatre Guild Cast (1, 2); M.I. A. Execu- 
tive Council ('_'): House President (2); 
Student Senate (4): Coordination Commit- 
tee (4) ; Commerce Council (4) ; Illini The- 
atre Guild Hoard, chairman (4); Second 
Lieutenant, Army EOTC 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



John Bowen Palexske. 



. Woodstock 



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Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre- Veterinary Medicine 

Delta Tau Delta 

Washington and Lee University 



Charles Lee Palmer Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Phi Eta Sigma, president (2); Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet (3); Interfraternity Council (2); 
Major, Army ROTC; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion 

Honors Day (1, 2), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Elizabeth Compton Palmer Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Alpha Phi 
W.A.A. : House President (4) 
Honors Day (I, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Gordon Alan Palmer Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Minawa Lodge 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfonia ; House President 
(4); Concert Band (2. 3, 4); Football 
Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 4); First Regi- 
mental Band (II; Second Regimental Band 
(2); University Orchestra (2, 3, 4); Men's 
Glee Club (3): Illini Christian Fellowship 
(1, 2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 




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James Frederick Palmer Media 

Veterinary Medicine 
Veterinary Medicine 
Student Veterinary Medical Association 
Monmouth College; Kansas State College 



James Ernest Pane rat/. Oak Park 

Commerce 
Management 

Koinonia 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (4); Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet (3); Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) 
House President ( :s ) : Illini Writers (4) 
Baptist Foundation Student Council (2, 3) 
President (3); Marketing Club; Society for 
the Advancement of Management; Tall Il- 
lini Club; Young Republicans Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Anthonv Parisoli Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E.; Flying Club; Illini Sportsman's 
Club; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Wright Junior College 



Janet Holmes Parker Moline 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Chi Omega 
The Illio (1): Illini Theatre Guild Mana- 
ger (1) 



Sherwood Ira Parker Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Physics 
Clark House 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem: Tomahawk; Phi 
Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Union 
Board (4) ; Major Chairman, Spring Car- 
nival (3) ; Major Chairman, Stunt Show 
(3) ; Illini Union Council (3) ; Illini Union 
Committee (1, 2); Freshman Council; 
Freshman Week Committee (1, 2, 3) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Helen Claire Parkes La Grange 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Pi Beta Phi 

Kappa Delta Pi: Illini Union Committee 

(3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (3, 4); Senior 

Ball Committee (3) 

Lyons Township Junior College 



Ruth Carol Parkes La Grange 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Pi Beta Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3) ; Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (3, 4); W.A.A. (3); Panhellenic 
Ball Committee (3) 

Lyons Township Junior College 



Robert Lee Parr Champaign 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Illini Sportsman's Club 



Pail Levi Parsons Amboy 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Parade Ground Units 
House President (2. 3, 4) ; Agriculture 
Club; A.S.A.E.; Field and Furrow 



Jane Richmond Parthemer. . .Oak Park 
Libera] Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Delta Gamma 
Shi-Ai : Sigma Delia I'i: Illini Union Com- 
initteo (1, 2); Star Course Manager (2); 
7.W.C.A. Committee ( 1 ) 
Honors Day (3) 




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Bruce Clifford Peexe Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Dornoch 
Alpha Delta Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; 
M.I. A. Exeeutiv< Council (4); University 
Chorus (3); Illini Sportsman's Club; Mar- 
keting Club; Societj for the Advancement of 
Management; Student Junior Chamber of 
Commerce: Young Republicans Club 

Wright Junior I 'ollege 



Marlin LeVon Patterson. . .Champaign 

Commerce 

Ilislllllliri- 

Tan Kappa Epsilon 

The Daily Illini (•_'. :; ) : Swimming Mana- 
ger (2, 3) ; Men's Glee Club (1, 2) : Second 
Lieutenant. Army ROTC ; Alpha Rho Tan; 
Illini Insurance Societj . Student Junior 
Chamber of Commerce 








Harlan Wesley Peithman, Jr. ..Normal 

Engineering 
Merlin a ir'ii Engineering 
Wesmen 
Pi Tan Sigma; Campus Chest (3); House 
President (4) ; A.S.M.E. 

Illinois State Norma] University 



\V m.kkr Lee Patton Northfield, Ohio 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Sigma Pi 
Pershing Rifles: A. I. A.; Fine and Applied 
Arts Society 





Donald Lavern Pepper Kampsville 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 
Beta Alpha Psi ; Agricultural Education 
Club; Hoof and Horn Club 



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Donald Lee Paul Collinsville 

Fine ami Applied Arts 
Music Education 

Phi Mu Alpha-Sinfiniia : Concert Hand (], 
2, 3, 4); Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3, 
4); University Choir (4) 



Richard Ralph Paul Lombard 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape A rchitecture 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Illini Union Committee (1) ; Star Course 
Manager (2); Forsite (4); Military Ball 
Committee (3, 4): Senior Ball Committee 
(3) ; Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Tan 
Xu Tan : Landscape Architecture Society 




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Dorothy Jean Perdue Glenview 

( lommerce 
Accountancy 
McKinley Hall 
Alpha Chron; Phi Chi Theta; The Daily 
Illini (1, 2); Commerce Council (3, 4): 
Accountancy < !lub 
Honors Day ( 1) 



Donald Perille Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi Kappa 

Pershing Rifles; Marketing Club 



Arthur Curtis Paullin Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark Hotise 
Beta Gamma Sigma: Phi Eta Sigma; Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Phi Chi Eta; 
Accountancy Club: Praetorians 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 








Yvonne Nanette Perkins Yorkville 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
Alpha Phi 
Campus Chest (2); Plowboy Prom Com- 
mittee (2) ; Home Economics Club 



Gt/nneb Wern Paulsen Niles 

Division of Special Services 
Management 
Delta Sigma Phi 
The Daily Illini (2, 3) ; Campus Chest (3); 
Marketing Club (2) 

Wright Junior College 



Lawrence Frank Paulsen Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Concetta Pecora Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Navy Pier Alumni Association; IUSA News 
and Advertising (4) 

Naw Pier Activities: The Brave (2) 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illlinois 








Edwin Francis Perlman Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Flagg House 
LAS. : Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities: Engineering Coun- 
cil (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Betty' Leah Peklmutti-.k . .El Paso. Texas 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Texas Western College 



Ralph Richard Perry', Ir Decatur 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon: A.S.C.E. 
James Milikin University 



497 



Rich \rp Dale Perry Bethalto 

Commerce 
Management 
Sigma Iota Epsilon; lllini Sportsman's 
Club; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement 

Honors Day (3, 4) 
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy 





Andre Pierre Petit Moline 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Star and Scroll: lllini Union Committee (2, 
8); Football Marching Band (2); First 
Regimental Band (2. :i ) : Dairy Technology 
Society 

Augustana College 



William Alan Perry. . . .Lewiston, Maine 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

French 

Zeta Beta Tau 
Mask and Bauble; Pierrots; The Illio(l) ; 
lllini Union Committee (2, 3); LAS Coun- 
cil (3. 4); .Military Ball Committee (3. 41; 
Senior Ball Committee (4); Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC ; National Defense 
Transportation Association ; French Club 



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Daniel Joseph Petromilli Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
n ml Spanish 
Newman Hall 
Phi Eta Sigma: Spanish Club 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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. Belleville 



Norman Alan Peskind. . . 
Commerce 
Bank inn and Finance 

Zeta Beta Tau 
The Daily lllini (1): The Illio (1); lllini 
Union Committee ( 1 ) : House President 
(4) ; Committee on Student Discipline (4) ; 
Cadet Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC; Arnold 
Air Society 

Washington University 



Bryce Redmon Peterson Capron 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Literature 
Captain, Army ROTC; Pershing Rifles; 
Scabbard and Blade 
Honors Day (1, 3) 





Jay Philleo Elmhurst 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 

Phi Kappa Sigma 
The Daily lllini (3): The Illio (3); lllini 
Union Committee (3, 4): Campus Chest 
(2); lllini Writers (3); Freshman Week 
Committee (3) ; Philosophy Discussion Club 
Honors Day (3) 

Loyola University 



William Bartholomew Philleo 

Elmhurst 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
The Daily lllini (3) ; The Illio (2, 3) ; lllini 
Union Committee (2, 3); Campus Chest 
(3); lllini Writer. (3); Freshman Week 
Committee (3); French Club; Teachers-in- 
Training Club 

Loyola University 



James David Peterson Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Captain, Army ROTC: Ordnance Club; 
S.A.E. 
Honors Day (4) 





Ropney BoSTWiex Phillips. . . .Centralia 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
( 'h i: in ica I E n gin eering 
Alpha Sigma Phi 
Centralia Junior College 



James Oliver Peterson Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Noble House 
Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associ 
ation 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Peter Allen Peterson St. Charles 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Farm House 
Alpha Zeta; Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); 
House President (4): Intramural Manager 
(1, 2. 3); All-Ag Field Day Committee (2, 
3); IM Rec Board (3); Plow boy Prom 
Committee (2); Captain, Army ROTC; 
Agriculture Club: Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Robert Bruce Peterson Wayne 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Sachem; Tribe of lllini; Varsity Basketball 
Squad (2, 3, 4): Letter (2, 3. 4); Fresh- 
man Varsity Basketball Squad 




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Truonq Dinb Phi . . . .Tankian, Quang Tri 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
A.C.S. ; Physics Society 
University of Paris 



Rose Marie Piccivca Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Campus Chest (2): .Navy Pier Alumni As- 
sociation 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier lllini (1) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Joseph Pichon. . , 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
A.S.C.E. 



. Danville 



498 



Russell Stanford Peterson Skokie 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Alpha Delta Phi 
Skull and Crescent; Captain, Air Force 
ROTC 



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Jean Anne Pierce Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Campus Chest (2): House President (4); 
Freshman Week Committee (3): Panhel- 
lenic Ball Committee (3); French Club; 
Spanish Club 



Marlkne Dorothy Pierce Oak Park 

Education 
Elementary Erf unit ion 
Pi Beta Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4); V.W.C.A. 
Committee (3); Campus Chest (3, 4) 
Monmouth College 



James Richard Pieschel Dixon 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Lambda Chi Alpha 
Major Chairman Red Cross College Unit 
Illini Union Committee (4); Illini Union 
Council (4); Illini Union Committee (3); 
Campus Chest (4); Campus Chest Alloca- 
tions and Advisory Board (4) ; Accountancy 
Club 

University of Noire Dame 







He lex Joyce Platt Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day ( :i ) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

University of Chicago; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



George Shearer PLENDERLEiTH.SwsdoZe 
Journalism 
Radio 
Lux Mundi 
Sigma Delta Chi: WIWI (4) 
Lyons Junior College 



Raymond John Pietras Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




Prank William Pliml Brookfield 

( lommerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Beta Alpha Psi; Accounting Club 
Lyons Township Junior College 



Harry Russell Pikaar 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Dornoch 
Dairy Technology Society 



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Leila Jean Pumb Lincoln 

Agriculture 
Howe Economics 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Illini Union Committee (2); V.W.C.A. 
Cabinet (3); Home Economics Club 



Delores Yvonne Pinx.ston Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Ed iication 

Evans Hall 
Alpha Sigma Nu. President (4) ; W.A.A. 
Hoard (4); Major I; W.A.A. Numerals; 
W.A.A. (3, 4) ; Physical Education Majors 
Club 

Navy Pier Activities: W.A.A. (1, 2), 
President (2) 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Avgi'st Joseph Pocius Cicero 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medecine 

Flagg House 
Navy Pier Alumni Association (4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Student Congress 
(3) ; Pier Illini ( I ) 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Carlos Jaime Pinzon 

Bogota, Colombia, South America 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

National University of llogota 





Thomas Anthonv P iaza Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineer ing 
A.S.C.E. 

Wright Junior College, Galesburg Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Grace Marie Piorkowski Cicero 

Agriculture 
Howe Economics 
Busey Hall 

Mundelein College: Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 



Antonio Bruno Pizzato Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Ohemica I E n gin ee ring 
Newman Hall 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



Stanley Joseph Placzek Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Barton House 
Society for the Advancement of Management 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 






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Myra Poiivoll Brooklyn. N. T. 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Theta Sigma Phi; 
The Daily Illini (1, 2): Illini Union Com- 
mittee (i. 2); W.G.S. Executive Council 
(3): Hillel Foundation Student Council (1. 
2) 
Honors Day (1. 3) 



Carole Joan Podzimek Chicago 

Agriculture 
Howe Economics 
Leeman Lodge 
Phi Upsilon Omicron: Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3) ; Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Franklin Albert Poxorny Chicago 

Agriculture 
Floriculture 
All-Ways-Home 

Pi Alpha. Xi, president (4): House Presi- 
dent (4); Captain, Air Force ROTC : Flori- 
culture Club 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 



499 



Marilyn Jewel Polk Harrisbwrg 

Agriculture 

j[u, n< Economics Education 

Delta Delta Delta 

Phi (Jpsilon Omicron; The Illio (1) ; Illini 

Union Committee ( 1. 2) ; Star Course Man- 

ager (-): Home Economics Club 



Joan Frances Posateri Rock Island 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in French 
Theta Phi Alpha 
Campus Chest (3) ; Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (4) 
Augustana 







Martha Jank Prather Vrbana 

Agriculture 

Home Economies 

Phi Upsilon Omicron ; Illini Rural Observer 

(2, 3, 4) ; Illini Christian Fellowship (1, 2, 

3, 4) ; Home Economics Club 



Charles Donald Pressman Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Epsilon Pi 

Tnterfraternity Council (2); A.S.M.E.; 
S.A.E. 






Ruth Ellen Posner Gliicago 

Education 

Elemental [/ Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Wright Junior College 




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Leonard August Postregna .... Chicago 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Clinton Potter Midlothian 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pie-Law 
Theta Kappa Phi 
Mask and Bauble: Pierrots, president (3); 
Illini Theatre Guild Associate Manager (2, 
3); Illini Theatre Guild (1, 2. 3); Inter- 
fraternity Council (2, 3); Military Ball 
Committee (3); Major. Army ROTC: Mili- 
tary Council; Pershing Rifles; Scabbard 
and Blade; Zeta Sigma Alpha; Junior 
Bar Association 
Honors Day (2) 



Anne Marie Potthast Greenville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Petite Maison 
Alpha. Lambda Delta; House President (4) ; 
Freshman Council ; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (2) 



Lembit Pottsepp Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Parade Ground Units 
I.A.S. 









Floyd George Powell Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Military Ball Committee (2, 3); Captain, 
Army ROTC 

Brown University 



John Gardner Powell Rockford 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Kappa Delta Rho 
Engineering Council (4): Lieutenant Colo- 
nel, Air Force ROTC; Air Force Council; 
Pershing Rifles; Scabbard and Blade; A.I.- 
E.E -I.R.E. 





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Arthur Frank Preston. . . .McLeansboro 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Gcologg 

Theta Chi 

House President (4); First Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC 



Billie Wirth Preston 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Eta Kappa Nu: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (2) 
Whittier College 



Mt. Carmel 



Elaine Marilyn Presrelos. . .Springfield 
Fine and Applie Arts 
Music Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Women's Glee Club (3. 4) 
Stephens College 



Mary Emma Price Galesburg 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

liotang 

Busey Hall 

Women's Glee Club (3, 4) : Oratorio Society 

(4); Floriculture Club; Rifle and Pistol 

Club 

Knox College 



Edward Selwin Price Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy and Marketing 
Tau Delta Phi 
The Daily Illini ( 1 ) ; Hillel Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (2) ; Lieutenant, Army ROTC; 
National Defense Transportation Associa- 
tion (3, 4); Accountancy Club; Marketing 
Club 



Donald Eugene Prichard. . . .Glen Ellyn 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma Chi 
Track Manager ( 1 ) ; National Defense 
Transportation Association 



William Townsend Prichard. La Grange 
Commerce 
Economics 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) : Illini Thea- 
tre Guild (1, 2. 3); Board of Fraternity 
Affairs (4) ; Interfraternity Council (2, 3, 
4) ; Finance Club 



Joan Mart Prindiville Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 

Alpha Xi Delta 
lllini Union Committee (1); Mini Theatre 
Guild Crew (1, 2, 4); Y.W.C.A. Commit- 
tee (1, 2, 3) ; Campus Chest (1. 2, 3) ; W. 
A.A. (1, 2. 3. 4); All-Ag Field Day Com- 
mittee; Plowboy Prom Committee (2); 
Home Economics Club 



Florence Bernadette Prztwara 

Oh icago 
Educal ion 
Elementary Education 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
lllini Theatre Guild Cast (4); W.A.A. (2, 
3, 4); Reportory Orchestra (3); Univers- 
ity Choir (3, 4) : German Club; Polish Club 

Northwestern University 



Arthur Bernard Pundt Belviderc 

Education 
Industrial E tin ration 
Education Forum (2); lllini Forensic As- 
sociation: Industrial Education Society 
West Rockford Extension of the Univer- 
sity of Illinois 



Willard Vincent Putz 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Enerineerins Council (3): A.F.S. 
Morton Junior College 



. Cicero 



Thomas James Pvka Chicago 

Engineering 
Rail ran Engineering 
Parade Ground Units 
House President (4) ; A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 







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Paul Eugene Raabe Hillvieiv 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Ela Sigma; Y.M.C.A. 
Committee ( 3 1 : Second Lieutenant, Air 
Force ROTO: Rural Life Club 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3 ). University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Avis May Raasch 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.1 rl History 
lllini Theatre Guild Cast. (1, 3, 4) 
(2) 



Urbana 



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Suzanne Ralston Rockford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Hontr Economics 
Alpha Omicron Pi 
Mortar Board ; Shi-Ai ; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; The Daily lllini (1, 2, 3, 4), Circu- 
lation Manager (4): lllini Theatre Guild 

Crew (1); Y.YV.C.A. C mittee (1, 2) 

Honors Day (1) 



Gonzalo Ramirez Bogota, Colombia 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Varsitv Soccer Squad (3); A.F.S. ; A.S. 
M.E.; S.A.E. 

University of Los Andes 



Robert Lee Randall Scottland 

Agriculture 
Soil Conservation 
Farm House 
lllini Union Committee (3); Star Course 
Manager (2) ; University Chorus (1) : Men's 
Glee Club (2, 3): lllini Christian Fellow- 
ship (2); All-Ag Field Day Committee (3. 
4); Military Ball Committee (3); Second 
Lieutenant Army ROTC; National Defense 
Transportation Association; Agriculture 
Club; Field and Furrow: Hoof and Horn 
Club 



Paul Dean Quillmax V alter 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
College Hall 
Cadet Captain, Army ROTC 



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Robert Bruce Rankin ilolinc 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Moline Community College 



Richard Cox Qvinlan. . . .LaGrange Park 
Engineering 
Eng inee ring Ph ysics 
All-Ways-Home 
Phi Eta Sigma; Mu Phi Epsilon; House 
['resident {'■',): Reportory Orchestra (1); 
Wesley Foundation Student Council (4) ; 
Physics Society 
Honors Day (1,3) 



Robert Pendleton Ouinlan 

La Grange Parle 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Wesman 
Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Tau Sigma; Reportory 
Orchestra (1. 2); Student Religious Coun- 
cil (3); Weslev Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (3. 4). president. (4); A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 



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Robert Clark R \xkix. Jr Tolucn 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Dornoch 
M.I.A. Executive Council (3. 4) ; House 
President, (4); Student Senate (4); Co- 
ordination Committee (4): University Cho- 
rus (1, 2); Oratorio Society (2); Second 
Lieutenant. Army ROTC: Pershing Rifles 



Louis Edwald Rapp Bradley 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 

Alpha Kappa. Lambda 
Omega Beta Pi: Slav Course Manager (1) ; 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (2. 3 ) 



Felix Armando Quiros 

Panama City, Panama 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Scii '"■■ 
Cosmopolitan 
Ibero-American Association 




Melvin William Rapp Peoria 

Agriculture 
General .1 gt [culture 
Acacia 
Y.M.C.A. (1. 2): Military Ball Committee 
(4); Captain. Army ROTC Military Coun- 
cil: Phi Chi Eta; Scabbard and Blade: 
Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 
Club; Hoot" and Horn Club 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 



501 



June Lois Rappaport Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 

Lincoln Avenue Resilience 
University Chorus (3) 
Beloit College 





John Charles Reed Edinburg 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Tan Beta Pi; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Lay ( 3 ) 



Robert Eugene Rapsilber. . . .Qalesburg 

( "oinnierce 
Finance 
Delia Sigma Pi 
Finance Club; mini Insurance Society; 
Student Junior Chamber of Commerce 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Galesburg Extensi if the University of 

Illinois 




James Thomas Reeder Clinton 

Agriculture 

Marketing 

Phi Kappa Sigma 

Interfraternity Council I 'J, 3); Interfratern- 

itv Ball Committee ( 3 ) ; Second Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC ; Phi Chi Eta 



Robert Walter Rasmussen. . . .Oak Pari' 

Commerce 

Management 

Lambda Chi Alpha 

Concert Band (3, 4); Football Marching 

Band (2, 3, 4); First Regimental Band (2, 

3) 

Blackburn College 



George Ratkovic Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical E ngineering 
Triangle 
House President. (4); Engineering Council 
(3, 4) ; President (4) : A.I.Ch.E. 
Morton Junior College 






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Caroline Rvtii Rees Bradford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Zeta Tau Alpha 
Mortar Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Alpha Lamb- 
da Delta ; The Daily Illini ( 1 ) ; The Illio 
(2, 3, 4), Associale Editor (4) ; Illini Union 
Committee (1) ; Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Gerald Reese Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Lundgren House 
Student Senate (4) : Illini Forensic Associa- 
tion ; Varsity Debate Squad (3, 4) 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Debate (1, 
2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Geobge August Ratz Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Illinois Teehnograph (2. 3, 4) ; Engineering 
Council (3) ; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2) 





Bever.lv Joan Reeves 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Alpha Lambda Delta 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



. Champaign 



Louis Todd Ratzesbergeob. . . .Hoopeston 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

English 

Phi Delta The! a 
Men's Glee Club (2, :;. 4| 
Lake Forrest College 




Seymour Irwin Regal Moline 

Law 

Law 
Noble House 
Nu Beta Epsilon ; House President (2); 
Illini Forensic Association: Junior Bar As- 
sociation ; Praetorians 



Ray Paramesh Calcutta, India 

Commerce 
Sta I istical Earn omics 
V.M.C.A. Committee (4): Student Senate 
(3, 4); Committee on Student Affairs (3, 
4); N.S.A. Senate Subcommittee (3, 4); 
Indian Students Association 



Joyce Lsabelle Reace Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
McKinley Hall 
Gamma Alpha Chi, president (4); YV.A.A. 
(2, 3) ; University Chorus ( 3) 



Donald Mahlon Redman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 

Granada Manor 
Wilson Junior College 





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Paul Julius Regorz Chicago 

Liberal Arts anil Sciences 
Geology 
Barton House 
Cyclothem Club: Navy Pier Alumni Associ- 
ation 

Navy Pier Extension of the University ot 
Illinois 



Donald Richauo Rehner Butler 

Agriculture 
General A gricultwe 
Medea Lodge 



Richard Christian Reichei Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Sigma Phi Delta 
A.I.Ch.E.; M.I.S. 

Navy Pier: Lettermen's Club (2, 3) 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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John Edward Reillv Memphis, Tenn. 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Delta Tan Delta 
Intel-fraternity Council (1, 2); House 
President, (4): Concert Band (1): Football 
Marching Band (1) ; Captain, Air Force 
EOTC 



Doris Clara Reitberger LaGrange 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 

Evans Hall 
German Club 

Lyons Township Junior College 



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Raymond Kenneth Kiioads Dixon 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Barton House 
Tomahawk 



Glenn Rhodes Lombard 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Madrigal Chorus (4) : Oratorio Society (3) 
Elmhurst College; .Northwestern Uni- 
versity 



AxuRt.r Alo.izi.i Bonaventttra Remec 

Cli icago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Technisee Hochschule 



Robert Owen Rempert Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Law 
Sigma Chi 
Phi Delta Phi; Illini Union Committee (3) ; 
Board of Fraternity Affairs (3); lnterfra- 
ternity Council (1, 2. 3); Alumni Associa- 
tion Board (3); Freshman Week Committee 
(2): LAS Council (1, 2, 3); Second Lieu- 
tenant. Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tan; 
Junior Bar Association : Young Republicans 
Club; Block I Coordinations Committee (3) 

Jane Mary Rendleman Anna 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Gamma Phi Beta 
Mortar Board : Torch ; Mu Phi Epsilon: Star 
Course Manager 12. 3); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1, 2) : University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4) ; 
Oratorio Society (3. 4) : McKinley Founda- 
tion Student. Council (2) ; Concert and En- 
tertainment Board (4): School of Music 
Student Council (3); Young Democrats 
Club 



Fernando Restrepo. . . .Bogota, Colombia 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Universidad de Los Andes 









Donald Herman Rice Ottawa 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Pi Kappa Phi 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Gamma Delta; Tall Illini 
Club 



LATJKEIi Mary Rich Morton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speerli Correction 
Kappa Delta 
Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Theatre Guild Manager 
( 1 ) ; Campus Chest (1, 2) 



Mary Evelyn Rich Manteno 

Physical Education 

Scrit'dtinn 
Theta Upsilon 
YV.A.A. (1. 2, 3. 4); Physical Education 
Majors Club; Spanish Club 



Muriel Ann Richburg Glencoe 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 

Delta Gamma 
Major Chairman Illini Union Committee 
(4); Y.W.C.A. Committee (2, 3); N.S.A. 
Senate Subcommittee 13): Displaced Per- 
sons Committee (4). chairman (4); Pan- 
hellenic Ball Committee (3) ; Young Repub- 
licans Club 

Stephens College 






Jeanne SiOVIC ReVeal Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in French 
Alpha Phi 
Oratorio Society (2); I'anhellenic Ball 
Committee (3); French Club 

De Paul University: College of St. 
Catherine 



Richard William Reynolds 

Sheboygan, Wis. 
Engineering 
Gene ra I E ngin ee ring 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
House President- (3, 4); Tribe of Illini; 
Varsity Track Squad (2, 3, 4), Letter (3, 
4): Freshman Varsity Track Squad ; En- 
sign, NROTC 






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Mary Lou Richie Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Spanish 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Illini Theatre Guild Crew (4); Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (1, 2) ; VV.A.A. (3, 4) : Spanish 

Club 

Cornell College of Iowa 



Ronald Alvin Richmond Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tail Delta Phi 
IM Rec Board (1, 2); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; National Defense Transporta- 
tion Association 



Charles Rezac Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineervrg 

All-Ways-Home 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Morton Nath in Richter Chicago 

Commerce 
Finance 
Phi Epsilon i'i 
Football Marching Band (1, 2) ; First Regi- 
mental Band (1, 2) Second Regimental 
Band (1) 



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Robert Edward Rh ki rt Oak Park 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Club Topper 
Illini Sportsman's Club, presidenl (3); 
Marketing Club 
l Conors Day ( i ) 



Jack Monroe Ridner Mason Cifu 

Agriculture 
.1 gronomy 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC 

Henri Harry Riechman Richview 

Agriculture 

Vocational .1 griculture 

Kumonami 

Alpha Tan Alpha; Agricultural Education 

Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof and Horn 

Club; Horticulture Club, president (4) 

Patricia Anxe Rieger Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 

Evans Hall 
Alpha Lambda Delia (I); Campus Chest 
(3); Major 1 (3); VV.A.A. Numerals; W. 
A A (i 4) Universit'. Choir Omviisity 
chorus (3); Women's Glee Club (4); Ter- 
rapin ( :>, 4): Christian Science Organiza- 
tion; English Journal Club; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association; Physical Education 
Majors (lab 1 ,a her:, m 1 raining Club 

Navy Pier Activities : W.A.A., treasurer; 
University Chorus 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

Barbara Right Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
1'bi Sigma Sigma 
Campus Chest 
Roosevelt College 



Margaret Alice Rigsbey TTartford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Vanlig 
House President (4) ; Rifle and Pistol Club 
Blackburn College 



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Virginia Lee Ritsox Peoria 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Latin .1 merican Studies 
Sigma Kappa 

House President ( 4 ) 



Ralph George Ritter St. Jacob 

Agriculture 
.1 gronomy 
Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow 



Charms Benton Rizer Villa Park 

Agriculture 
Vocational Agriculture 

College Hall 
Alpha Tau Alpha; House President (4): 
Phi Chi Eta: Agricultural Education Club: 
Agriculture Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club 



Joel Kelly Roach Oak Park 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Delta Kappa Epsilon 

House President (4): Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau: Young Re- 
publicans Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Roy Eluon Roat Havana 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

A.S.M.E. 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Daniel Georges Robert. .Highland Park 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Delta Kappa Epsilon 

Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Marketing 

Club: Young Republicans Club 



Garland Glenn Riley Louisville 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

Second Regimental Band (1, 2); A.S.C.E.; 

r.T.E. 



Richard Arthur Riley Stronghurst 

Agriculture 
General A griculture 
Delta Phi 
Y.M.C.A. Committee; Cadet Lieutenant 
Colonel, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Soci- 
ety; Scabbard and Blade; Agricultural 
Education club 






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Evan Dale Roberts Harvey 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Thornton Junior College 



James Payton Roberts Ilomeuood 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

Fencing Manager (1, 2 1: University Chorus 
(4) ; A.S.C.E. 



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Dorothy Joan Rinko Chicago 

Liberal Ails and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Mathematics 
Evans Hall 
Lutheran Foundation student Council (3. 
4); (lamina. Delia; German Club; Navy 
Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Dotty Jn Robertson Aurora 

Educat ion 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Y.YV.CA. Committee 111: VV.A.A. (3. 4): 
Senior Ball Committee (3); Young Repub- 
licans (Tub 



Arthur Morton Robinson 

Rochester, X. Z. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

A.S.C.E. 



I. mji'.ara Helen Robinson Kansas 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Delia Gamma 
Illini Union Committee (1, 2, 3, 4); Uni- 
versity Chorus (2, 3); Women's Glee Club 

II. 2) 



Edward Howard Robinson Chicago 

Engineering 
Mech aniriil E n ;ii iieeriit g 

Noble House 
Pi Tau Sigma; Sigma Iota Epsilon ; House 
President (4) ; Varsity Baseball Squad (2) ; 
Varsitv Basketball Squad (1, 2); Varsity 
Football Squad (2) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Shirley Ann Robinson 

Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Painting 

Chi Omega 
Society of Illustrators; The Illio (1) 



Virginia Ann Robinson Chicago 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Campus Chest (2); W.A.A. (3, 4); Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club 



Donald Chris Rockholm Berwyn 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
Sigma Tau; Men's Glee Club I :;, 4); Ora- 
torio Society (3, 41 ; Illini Christian Fellow- 
ship (3, 4) ; A.F.S.; A.S.C.E. 

Morton Junior College; Illinois Institute 
of Technology 



John Wilbur Roddewtg Cedarville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 



John Henry Rodeffer La Harpe 

Agriculture 
Vocational A griculture 
Club Topper 
Alpha Tau Alpha : Agricultural Education 
Club; Agriculture Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Nelson David Rodeliis Evanston 

Agriculture 

Animal Science 

Evanston Township Community College 




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Howard Glen Roecker Park Ridge 

Commerce 
Finance 
Phi Kappa Sigma 
Cadet Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; A. 
S.A.E. (1, 2) ; The Illio (1) 



Robert Theodore Roeder McJBenry 

Agriculture 
Gemini A gricultim < 
Noble House 
Gamma Delta; Illini Sportsman's Club 



Frank John Rogalski Chicago 

< lommerce 
Marketing 

Flagg House 
Varsity Golf Squad (3); Newman Founda- 
tion Student Council (2, 3, 4) ; Illini Insur- 
ance Society; Marketing Club; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association: Polish Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Golf Squad 
(2) ; Varsity Track Squad (2) 
Honors Day (1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Edward Rohaly Chicago 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Engineering Council (4); A.S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Baseball 
Squad (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Harold Rolseth Chicago 

Engineering 
Mining Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Engineering Council It): M.I.S. 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Baseball 
Squad (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Jaime Romero. . . .Bogota, Colombia. S. A. 

Engineering 

Electrical Engineering 

Newman Hall 

Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University of Los Andes 



Carroll Bennett Roodhouse. White Hull 

Agriculture 

Soil Conservation 

Farm House 

Captain, Army ROTC; National Defense 

Transportation Association; Agriculture 

Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn 



John Philip Rooney Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 

Psi L T psilon 
Skull and Crescent; Phi Kappa Phi: Cam- 
pus Chest (4): House President (4); L.A. 
S. Council (3. 4); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC: Illini Forensic Association; 
Young Democrats Club 

Xavier University 



Roberta Josephine Rosecraxs 

Champaign 

Physical Education 

Physical I:' duration 
Alpha Delta l'i 
Mortar Board; Torch; shi-Ai: Alpha Sigma 
Nu; The Illio (2. :!. 4). Associate Business 
Manager (4); Star Course Manager (1); 
W.A.A. Board (3) ; Major I; W.A.A. Num- 
erals; W.A.A. (1. 2. :'.. 4); Terrapin (1. 2, 
3, 4); president, (41: Physical Education 
Majors Club 
Honors Day (3) 



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Lawbi s> i Rosen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Omega Beta Pi: Navy Pier Alumni Associ- 
ation 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



LOUIS ROSEN Laarelton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark House 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Account- 
ancy Chili 



Naomi Rosen Quincy 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spa n ish 
Sigma Delta Tan 
Illini Union Committee (2, 3) ; Spanish Club 
Illinois College 



IiAL.rn Louis Rosengardes Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Illini Union Board (4); Illini Union Com- 
mittee (4); Interfraternity Council (2); 
House President (3); -Major, Air Force 
ROTC; Marketing Club 
University of Wisconsin 



Charlotte Lois Ross Rochester 

Kdiu ation 
Elementary Education 
Busey Hall 
Springfield Junior College 



Conrad Harold Ross Jackson, Mich. 

Fine ami Applied Arts 
Painting 

Cosmopolitan 
Society of Illustrators; The Daily Illini 
( 1 ) : Freshman Varsity Fencing Squad; Illi- 
ni Writers (;'•. 4) ; Fine and Applied Arts 
Society 

Honors Day ( 1, _'. 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



.Tames Elmer Ross Danville 

Agriculture 

(jriir nil A iniriiltuir 

Alpha Gamma Rho 
Sigma Delta Chi: V.M.C.A. Committee (1, 
2, 3); Campus Chest (2, :i i ; Interfraternity 
Council (3, 4); House President (3, 4); 
Tribe of Illini: Varsity Fencing Captain 
(4); Varsity Fencing Squad (2, 3, 4), 
Letter (3, 4|; Freshman Varsity Fencing 
Squad; Baseball Manager (2. 3): Illini 
Rural Observer (2, :i. 4); Agricultural 
Council (3); All-Ag Field Dav Committee 
(1, 2, 3); Military Ball Committee (3); 
Plowboy Prom Committee ( 1, 2. 3, 4); 
Senior Announcements Committee (3, 4); 
National Defense Transportation Associa- 
tion; Agriculture Club: Dairy Production 
Club; Hoof and Horn Club; "illini Sports- 
man's Club: Scimitar 



Jean Carol Ross Oak Park 

Education 

COW mil re 

Zeta Tau Alpha 
The lllio ( 1 ) ; Illini Union Committee (1. 2) 
Honors Da> II. 2) 



Stephen Torey Ross Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Freshman Varsity Swimming Squad: Sen- 
ior Hall Committee (2) : Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC 

Wright Junior College 





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Teddy Lee Ross Villa Grove 

( lommerce 

Ami it ii tn urif 
Moore Hall 
Accountancy Club 

Springfield: Junior College 



Robert Walter Rossmiller Quincy 

Commerce 
Economics 

Finance Club; Young Democrats Club 



James Morton Rovelstad Elgin 

Engineering 
Median ical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Rho 
A.S.M.E. 

Elgin Community College 



Richard Burchard Rowland . DesPlaines 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Moore Hall 
Orchesis (4) 

Wright Junior College: Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Doxalu John Rov Villa Park 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Newman Foundation Student Council; A.S. 
M.E.; S.A.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Benjamin Stanley Ruben Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Tribe of Illini: Varsity Swimming Squad 
(2, 3, 4), Letter (4): Freshman Varsity 
Swimming Squad: Freshman Varsity Foot- 
ball Squad; Dolphins (3, 4); Marketing 
Club 



Gerald Rubin Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 

Wright Junior College 



Melvtn Rudich Chicago 

Engineering 
Gene nil Engineering 

Pi Lambda Phi 
Illini Union Committee (3); Illinois Teeh- 
nograph (3, 4); Hillel Foundation Student 
Council (4); A.F.S. (3): A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
(2) 

Navy Pier Activities: Navy Pier Alumni 
Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Lerov John Ruesch Beruoyn 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Pi 
Sigma Tau: Chi Epsilon; Basketball Mana- 
ger (2) : Phalanx: A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 . 2, 3) 



Virginia Tongko Ruiz 

Manila, Philippines 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Horn i' Economics 
McKinley Hall 
Home Economics Club: Navy Pier Alumni 
Association; Spanish Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of tbe University of 
Illinois 



JOHN Robert Rundle Colchester 

Agriculture 
Vocational A griculture 
Agricultural Education Club 
Western Illinois State College 



Richard Regis Runge Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Biology 
The Daily Illini (2); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC: National Defense Transpor- 
tation Association; French Club; Teachers- 
in-Training Club 




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Thomas Edward Ryan Waukegan 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in Social Studies 

Newman Hall 

Alpha Phi Omega; Illini Union Board (4); 

M.I. A. Executive Council (3, 4); Teachers- 

in-Training Club: Young Democrats Club 

Waukegan Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Nancy Louise Ryne arson. .. .Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Kappa Alpha Theta 
Sigma Alpha Iota: Illini Union Committee 
(1); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) ; University 
Sinfonietta (1, 'J. 3, 4): University Orch- 
estra (1, 2, 3. 4) ; School of Music Student 
Council (3) 



Jerome Cazimer Rzepecki Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Phi Mu Alpha-Sinf onia ; Illini Theatre 
Guild Cast (4); University Chorus (1); 
Oratorio Society (2, 3, 4) ; Orcheseis (2) ; 
Fine and Applied Arts Council (3, 4); Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, Army ROTC 



William Martin Ki sen Glen Ellyn 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Ma-Wan-Da : Sachem ; Phi Eta Sigma ; 
Alpha Kappa Psi; The Daily Illini (1, 2, 
3, 4); First Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Phi 
Chi Eta; Marketing Club; 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Andrew Wilson Rush tit. Louis, Mo. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
College Hall 
Chief Petty Officer Midshipmen, NROTC 



Roberta Russell Maywood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Sherwood Lodge 
House President (4); University Chorus 
(3) ; Women's Glee Club (3, 4) : Rifle and 
Pistol Club; Spanish Club 
Blackburn College 



Elaine Fern Ruth Chicago 

Education 
Physical Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (3, 4) ; Physical Education Majors 
Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Wilson Junior College 



La vebne Ruth 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 

Phi Chi Theta; Marketing Club 



. Chicago 



Leo Vincent Ryan Heyworth 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Newman Foundation Student Council (I, 2, 
3, 4) ; First Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Ord- 
nance Club; Agricultural Economics Club; 
Agriculture Club 




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Stanley Ian Rzepcki Beriuyn 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tan Sigma: Sigma I<>ta Epsilon; A.S. 
M.E.; S.A.E. 

Morton Junior College 



Maido Saarlas Estonia 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Roojah 
Alpha Phi Omega 

University of Tubingen, Germany 



Chih-Tang Sah Peiping, China 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering and Engineering 
Physics 
Sigma Tau: Phi Eta Sigma ; Eta Kappa Nu; 
Pi Mu Epsilon; Chinese Students Club 
Honors Day (2. 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Ke\ 



Joanne Salberg WiVmette 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Gamma Alpha Chi; The Daily Illini CJ. 3) 



James David Sampson Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Urology 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Phi Eta Sigma: Major. Army ROTC; Alpha 
Rho Tau 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Winfield Lawrence Samuelson 

Geneseo 
Agriculture 
Agricultural Science 
Camelot Club 
Lieutenant, NROTC: Navy Council; Agri- 
culture Club; Hoof and Horn Club: Poultry 
Science Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



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Howard Michael Sanders Chicago 

Commerce 

l.ii w 

Delia Sigma Phi 
lllini Union Committee (3); Accountancy 
Club; Junior Bar Association; Marketing 
Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier lllini (2) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Franklin Sanders. .Murphysooro 
( lommerce 
Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Football Marching Band (1, 2, 3); First 
Regimental Band (1. 2, 3) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 







David Allen Sat/er. . . .Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Fine anil Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Alpha Rho ('hi 
Gargoyle, president (4); Interfraternity 
Council ( :', ) ; Pine and Applied Arts Coun- 
cil (4); Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; 
A. I. A.; A.S.C.F 
Honors Day (3, 4) 



Jeannktte Mary Saule 

Agriculture 
Howr Economics 
Delta Zeta 
W.A.A. (2, 3. 4) 

Illinois Instiute of Techonology 



Cli icago 



Carl Alfred Sandine Wadsworth 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.1 rchitectural Design 
A.I.A. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




Riohard Sanford Sawislak. .Rock Lsland 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Clark House 

House President (1): Second Lieutenant, 

Air Force ROTC: French Club; Junior Bar 

Association; Praetorians, president 



Doris Ruth Sandluod Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Alpha House 
Sigma Alpha Iota; House President (4); 
University Chorus (4) : Women's Glee Club 
(1): lllini Christian Fellowship (1, 2. 3, 
4) 
Honors Dav (3) 



James Edward Sandstrom Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Flagg House 
A.I.A. : Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities: Letterman Club (2, 
::i ; Varsity Golf Squad (1.2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Marjorie ANNE Saner Springfield 

Agriculture 
Ilium Economics 
Phi Mu 
V.W.C.A. Committee (2); lllini Rural Ob- 
server (3) 









Ira Earnest Sax Chicago 

Education 

History 

Navy Pier Alumni Association; Teachers- 

in-Training Club; Young Democrats Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Pier lllini (1, 2, 
3) ; Student Congress (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the U/niversity of 
Illinois 



Marilyn Louise Schaefer. . . .Oak Park 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Alpha Pi Delta; lllini Union Committee(3) ; 

lllini Theatre Guild Crew (2. 3) ; Y.W.C.A. 

Committee (2) 



Rudolph Walter Schattke Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Minawa Lodge 
Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta 
Alpha Psi; lllini Christian Fellowship; 
Accountancy Club: Gamma Delta; German 
Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3, 4) ; University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Kn hard John Sargent . Prospect Heights 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 

Kappa Delta Rho 

Varsity Track Squad (2) : Freshman Vars- 

ilv Track Squad; First Lieutenant. Armv 

ROTC; Infantry Club; Pershing Rifles; 

Phalanx 



Leo John Saroian Wood River 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E. 1 2, ;i 



Perry Satz Poughkeepsie, X. ¥. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Young 
Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1. 2) 





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Richard Joseph Scheer Chicago 

Commerce 
Statistical Economics 
Kappa Sigma 



Arlan John Scheidenhelm Tuscola 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Farm House 
Football Marching Band (1. 2, 3. 4) ; First 
Regimental Band (2, 4); Second Regi- 
mental Band (1) : Agriculture Club; Dairy 
Technology Society 



Jay - John Scheldorf Palos Heights 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
907 Club 
A.I.Ch.E.: German Club 

Lyons Township Junior College 



Donald John Schelle Chicago 

Engineering 
Mining "Engineering 
Newman Hall 
M.I.S. 
Honors Day (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 








John Patrick Schmacker. . . .Colli/nsville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Political Science 

Delta Chi 

Interfraternity Council (2); Intramural 

Manager (1); Major, Air Force ROTC; 

lllini Forensic Association 



Lyle Pail, Si-hertz Benson 

Agriculture 
Gene nil Agriculture 
Nabor Hon so 
Alpha Zeta: Class Secretary-Treasurer (1); 
Freshman Council : Newman Foundation 
Student Council (3, 4), president (4); 
Agricultural Council (3) 



William Robert Scherwat Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

University of Michigan ; Illinois Institute 
of Technology 



Megan Schiefer Lexington 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Delta Zeta 
Eureka College 







Hugo Charles Schmidt Brookfield 

Commerce 
Commerce and Law 
University Chorus i :',. 4); Junior Bar As- 
sociation 

Navy Fi9r Activities Soloist University 
Choir 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Barbara Jane Sen mitt 

Cleveland Heights, Ohio 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi Beta Phi 
Shorter Board; Torch; Shi-Ai; Phi Chi 
Theta ; The Daily lllini. Advertising Direc- 
tor (3), Circulation Director (4) ; The Daily 
lllini (1, 2, 3, 4) ; lllini Union Committee 
(2); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) 



Charles Hockadav Schmitt 

.S'f. Louis, Missouri 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 




Arthur Michael Schiller Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Botany 
Sachem; Tribe of lllini; Varsity Fencing 
Squad (2. 3. 4), Letter (3); Freshman 
Varsity Fencing Squad : Midshipman, NR 
OTC; Scimitar, president (3) 




Dale Clarence Schneider. .New Athens 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

( 'hernial! Engineering 

Moore Hall 

House President (4): First Lieutenant. 

Army ROTC; Ordnance Club; A.I.Ch.E. 



Donald Marvin Schindel Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Clark House 
Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Eta Sigma; Beta 
Alpha Psi; House President (4); Account- 
ancy Club; Navy Pier Alumni Association 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Margaret Elisabeth Schlem.mer 

Bloomington 
Education 
Art Education 
Chi Omega 
Mortar Board: Torch; Mask and Bauble; 
National Collegiate Players; Society of 
Illustrators; lllini Theatre Guild Manager 
(2, 3, 4); lllini Theatre Guild Cast. (2); 
lllini Theatre Guild Board (4) ; German 
Club 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Louis Harold Siiiliseleeld. . . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Barton House 

lllini Forensic Association; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Activities: Debate Squad (3) 
Honors Day (1. 2), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Clarence August Schlueter. .Belleville 
Agriculture 
Horticulture 

Nabor House 
Agricultural Council (2) ; All-Ag Field Day 
Committee (2): Plowboy Prom Committee 
(3); First. Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Agri- 
culture Club: Horticulture Club, president 
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Delwin Schneider Farmer City 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
The Daily lllini (3) ; lllini Union Com- 
mittee (3); Engineering Council (4); Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Illuminating 
Engineering Societj 
Purdue University 



James Schneider Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
lllini Union Committee (3): Hillel Foun- 
dation Student Council (2, 3); Account- 
ancy Club; Marketing Club: Society for the 
Advancement of Management 



John Francis Schnobrich Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A. 

Creighton University: University of 
Omaha; Navy Pier Extension of the Uni- 
versity of Illinois 



William Courtney Schnobrich .Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Phi Kappa Phi; Sigma Tan: Tan Beta Pi; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day I '. ) 

University of Omaha: Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



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Robert Eugene Schni rstein 

Blue Island 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Witanshire 
House President (I); Men's Glee Club (3, 
4) ; A.S.M.E. 

Thornton Junior College 



Daniel Francis Schoeberle. . .Shipman 
Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Three-O-Nine Club 
Pi Tail Sigma: Tau Beta Pi; House Presi- 
dent (3) ; Engineering Council (4) : A..S. 
M.E. 
Honors Day (3) 



Marion Louise SCHOENE Oak Pari 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Theta Upsilon 
Shi-Ai; The Illio (1, 2); lllini Union Com- 
mittee (1, 3, 4) ; Spanish Club 






Barbara Jean Sen i ltz Decatur 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Chi Omega 
lllini Union Committee ( '. . 2. ■' i ; VAV.C.A. 
Committee (1,2) 



Lester Eugene Schultz Danville 

Commerce 
A ccountancy 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Phi Chi 
Eta 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Lois Ardetii Schulz Palatine 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University Chorus ( '■'■ ) : Navy Pier Alumni 
Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Barbara Ann Schoefen Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Theta Phi Alpha 
House President (4); Voting Democrats 
Club 

Honors Day (3) 
De Paul University 



Robert Hans Scholz Mcllenry 

Commerce 
Management 

Delta Chi 
Tribe of lllini (3. 4): Varsity Swimming 
Squad (3. 4) ; Letter ( 3. 4) ; Dolphins (3) ; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 







John William Schumacher. .Mason City 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Alpha Chi Sigma 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC 

Bradley University 



Richard Ritter Schump, Jr.. .La Grange 
Commerce 
Management 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Augustana College 



Harlan Eugene Sc hone Bluffs 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Triangle Fraternity 
Sigma Tan; Phi Eta Sigma; Interfraternity 
Council (3): Student Religious Council 
(4); Lutheran Foundation Student Council 
(3, 4). President (4): Gamma Delta; 
Physics Society 
Honors Day ( 1, 2 ) 





Arlene Jeanette SCHUI'PENHAUER 

Chicago 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Busey Hall 
Phi Chi Theta 

Wright Junior College, Northwestern 
University 



Charles Hexsli.v Schrad^h,. Sarrisburg 

Education 

History 

Southern Illinois University 



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Thomas Carroll Schrader Vrbana 

Engineering 
General Engineering 
A.S.M.K.: lllini Sportman's Club 



Jambs Thomas Schuldt. . Oarpentersville 

Physical Education 

Physic, ii Education 
Lambda Chi Alpha 
Tribe of lllini (2, :;. 4) : Varsity Basketball 
Squad (2, 3. 4); Letter (2, 4): Freshman 
Varsity Basketball Squad ; Varsity Baseball 
Squad (2, 4); Freshman Varsity Baseball 
Squad: Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC: 
Phalanx 







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LBROY Siim stei: Belleville 

Agriculture 
Horticulture 

Captain, Air Force ROTC: Arnold Air Soci- 
ety; Horticulture Club 



Frei> Michael Schwappach Benld 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC; National 
Defense Transportation Association 
Blackburn College 



Barbara Zsvsane Schwartz Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Theta Sigma Phi; Hillel Foundation Stud- 
ent Council (4): Navy Pier Alumni Associ- 
ation 

Navv Pier Activities: Pier lllini (1); 
The Brave (2) 
Honors Day ( 1 , 2 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Berle Louis Schwartz Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Barton House 
Accountancy Club; Praetorians 
Honors Day ( 2, 3 I 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Richard Allen* Scott Harvey 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
( 'hemistry 
Parade Ground Units 
Sigma Tau (:!. 4): House President (4); 
A.I.Ch.E.; German Club 
Thornton Junior College 



Bernard Stephen Schwartz Quincy 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Tribe of Illini (4) : Senior Wrestling Man- 
ager (4): Newman Foundation Student 
Council (3, 4): Accountancy Club 
Quincy • lollege 



Florence Schwartz Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha f'hron : Society of Illustrators: The 
Daily Illini ( 1. 2. 3, 4) ; Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3): Illini Theatre Guild Manager 
(3); Illini Theatre Guild Crew (1, 2) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Mildred Schwartz Chicago 

Education 
Education of Mentally Handicapped 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
University of Chicago: Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 







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Stuart Walter Scott Ridge Farm 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Colonial Anns 
Beta Gamma Sigma; House President (2, 
4); Accountancy Club: Marketing Club; 
Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment 

Honors Day (2. 3, 4), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Will-am Thomas Scott Bloomington 

Commerce 

Economics 
Newman Hall 
Illinois Wesleyan University 



John Wbyland Sears. . . .Highland Pari 
Engineering 
Median intl Engineering 
Four Columns 
Sigma Tan; Pi Tau Sigma; Intramural 
Manager (,3); A.F.S.; A.S.M.E. 
University of .Notre Dame 



Richard Neal Schwartz Clay City 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Alpha Phi Omega : Varsity Baseball Squad 
(2. 3, 4): Freshman Varsity Baseball 
Squad; Second Lieutenant, Air Force RO 
TC; Arnold Air Society: Accountancy Club 



Robert Lawrence Schwartz. . . .Chicago 
Fine and Applied Arts 
.4 rchitectural Design 
Barton House 
A.I.A. 

Wright Junior College: Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



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Donald Leon Secard Rod-ford 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Sigma Tau; A.I.Ch.E.; Illi-Knights 

Illinois Institute of Technology Extetisior 
at Rockford College 



James John Sedor Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Honors Day (1, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Jerry William Schweiker. . . 
Engineering 
M inin g E n <i inee ring 
M.I.S. 
Honors Day (3) 



TJrbana 



Richard Schweitzer . . . 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta Psi 
House President ( 4 ) 
Brown University 



. Normal 





John Henry Seiler Pana 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (4); Second Lieuten- 
ant. Army ROTC : National Defense Trans- 
portation Association; A.I.A. 



William Louis Selig Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel Management 
Clark House 
House President (3): First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau 



Patricia Anne Scott La Grange 

Educal ion 

Elementary Education 

Kappa Alpha Theta 

Illini Union Committee ( :',. 4): Y.W.C.A. 

Cabinet (3. 4): Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) 

Lawrence College 




Loyd Edward Settle Boone, Ioica 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi Mil Alpha -Sinfonia : Concert Band (3, 
4); Football .Marching Band (2, 3. 41; 
First Regimental Band (2); University 
Orchestra (3. 4) 
Honors Day ( :: ) 



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Patricia Joan Severin Lurora 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 
Alpha Delta Pi 
Illustrators ; Mini Union Committee (3, 4) ; 
Fine and Applied Arts Society 





Charles LaMar Sheax Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Catholic University of America 






Harriet Annette Seymour Virden 

Agriculture 
Home Economics Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Home Economics Club 
Monmouth College 



John Riley Shackelford Chicago 

AgricuK are 
General Agriculture 
Agriculture Club: Field and Furrow; Hoof 
and Horn Club 




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Rita Louise Sheehan Rantoul 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Kappa Delta 
Shi-Ai; The Illio (1, 2) ; Illmi Union Com- 
mittee (1. 2, 3, 4) ; i'.W.C.A. Committee 1, 
2) ; W.A.A. ( l, 2, 3, n : University Chorus 
(I); Oratorio Society ( '_'. 3, 4); Spanish 
Club, Young Republicans Club 



Rachel Dicxason Sheils . . . . Champaign 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Pi Kappa Lambda; Mu Phi Epsilon ; Uni- 
versity Sinfonietta (1, 2, 3, 4); University 
Orchestra (1, 2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day 
Wheaton College 



Thomas James Sii allcross. .Park Rid'/e 
Engineering 
Mecli a niriil K ngineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Kenneth Dale Shanklin Toluea 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
■ Chemistry 
Dornoch 
Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Lambda Upsilon ; Colo- 
nel, Aii- Force ROTC ; Arnold Air Society: 
Pershing Kiiles: Scabbard and Blade; Ger- 
man Club; Rifle and Pistol Club 
Honors Day I 1, '_', '. ) . University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Barbara Estelle Shannon. .. .Maywood 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha Kappa Alpha 




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Ronald Myron Shei/ton Sei/mour 

Liberal Arts anil Sciences 
Teacher Training in Mathematics 
Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Pi Mu 
Epsilon; Baptist Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (2, 3, 4), president (4); Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC: Phi Chi Eta 
Honors Day (1, 2. :s ) . University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Ernest Eickelmaxx Shepard 

Thompsonville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Social Studies 
Clark House 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Pyllis Coventry Shepherd. . . . Evanston 
Liberal Arls and Sciences 
French 
Delta Delta Delta 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Illini Union Com- 
mittee ('-'. 3 J 
Honors Day U, 3) 



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Prank Mohan Shappert Belvidere 

Commerce 
Banking and Finance. 
Kappa Sigma 
Beta Gamma Sigma; The Illio (3); Illini 
Union Committee 13): Captain, Air Force 
ROTC; Finance Club 
Honors Day (3) 
Cornell University 



Loren Edward Shaw Kini/s 

Agriculture 

Soil i 'onservation 

Phi Chi Eta; Agricultural Economics Club 



Robert Joseph Shaw Rockford 

Commen e 
Accountancy 
Noble House 
Sigma Iota Epsilon: Hillel Foundation (1 
2, 3, 4) ; Commerce Council (2, :t, 4) ; Cap- 
tain, Army ROTC; Infantry Club; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Accountancy Club; Illini 
Forensic Association ; United World Feder- 
alists 

Honors Day (1. 2, 3). University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 





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Charles Lelanh Shut \kd Alton 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Chi 
National Defense Transportation Associa- 
tion: A.S.C.E. 



Frances Sherman Ea.it St. Louis 

Agriculture 
Some Economics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (4): Terrapin CI. 4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club (4) 

Washington University 



Peter Kiyoshi Siiizime Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Physics Society 
1 Conors Day ( 1 . 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



William Benninq Shoemaker. . .Chicago 
Commerce 
Management 
Newman Hall 

Navy Pier Activities: Student Congress 
(1, 2) 
Honors Hay ( 1 ) 

De Paul University: Navy Pier Extension 
of the University of Illinois 





CLABENCE JOSEPH SlKORSKI. . . .Elmhurst 

Engineering 

Civil Engineering 

A.S.C.E.; Ulini Sportsman's Club; Polish 
Club 

Illinois Institute of Techonology 



Joseph Lowell Sholtz Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Clark House 
Marketing Club: Second Lieutenant, Array 
ROTC ; Praetorians 



Alax Earl Shumacher Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Omega Beta Pi: Navy Pier Alumni As- 
sociation 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



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Eugene Gerard Silveri. .Rochester, N. Y. 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
The Daily Ulini (3) : Men's Glee Club (4) ; 
Oratorio (4); Marketing Club; Student 
Junior Chamber of Commerce, president 
(3) 



Lawrence Foster Silverman. . . .Chicago 
( lommerce 
Property Insurance 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
The Daily Ulini (1, 2) ; Campus Chest (1) ; 
Tribe of Ulini: Varsity Fencing Squad (2, 
3, 4), Letter (3, 4); Freshman Varsity 
Fencing Squad; Fencing Manager (1) ; Hil- 
lel Foundation Student. Council (3); First 
Lieutenant. Air Force ROTC: Ulini Insur- 
ance Society; Marketing Club; Scimitar, 
president (2) 



Carol Elizabeth Shunneson. .Oak Park 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Bacteriology 

Alpha Phi 

Ulini Theatre Guild Manager (3, 4); 

French Club 

North Park College 



Stacev Albert Siders Decatur 

Physical Education 

Physical I'd n cation 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Sachem; Tribe of Ulini (2, 3. 4); Varsity 
Track Squad (2. 3. 4). Letter (2, 3, 4); 
Freshman Varsity Track Squad: Varsity 
Cross Country Squad (2) ; Second Lieuten- 
ant. Army ROTC: Phi Chi Eta 



Edward Jude Sieben Blue Island 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
A.C.S.; German Club 

Thornton Junior College 



Charles Ervin Sieeert Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
A.S.M.E.; Rifie and Pistol Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





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Serna Rebecca Silverstein Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Sigma Delta Pi ; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion ; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Peng Kiang Sim Singapore, Malaya 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy Club 
Honors Day (1.2) 



Howard Laverne Simmons Herrin 

Agriculture 
Soil Conservation 
Oregon House 
House President (4) ; Pershing Rifles; 
Scabbard and Blade 



Daniel Martin Simpson 

Prairie du Rocher 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Chemistry 
University of Southern Illinois 



William Earl Sieveking Normal 

Agriculture 
Agriculture Science 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
The Daily Ulini (3. 4) ; Football Marching 
Band (3, 4) ; First Regimental Band (4) ; 
Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Senior 
Ball Committee (2. 3) 



Joyce Doreen Sigel Chicago 

( lommerce 
Secretarial Training 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Phi Chi Theta: Orchesis (1, 2); Account- 
ancy Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 




Donald Robert Simpson. .East St. Louis 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Theta Delta Chi 
Navy Council ; I.A.S. 



Jack Leslie Simpson Mackinaw 

( lommerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Commerce Council (2, 3) ; Second Lieu- 
tenant, Army ROTC ; Accountancy Club 
(2, 3, 4) ; Student Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce (2) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



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Ebxest Sims Chicago 

c merce 

Accountancy 
Newman Hall 
Honors Day ( l ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Virginia Mai. Sinclair Raymond 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
4-H House 
Star Course Manager (2) : W.A.A. Numer- 
als; W.A.A. (4): Terrapin (3, 4); Physi- 
cal Education Majors Club 







Earl Law Sloan Chicaao 

Engineering 
'Engineering Physics 

Koinonia 
Phi Kappa Phi; Tan Beta Pi: Phi Eta 

Sigma; House President (4) 

Honors Day (1. •_'. :t). University of Illinois 

Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Josephine Pauline Smania Oglesby 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in French 
Phi Kappa Phi 

La Salle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Harold John Sinder Urbanti 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma; A.P.S. 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Sara Ruth Skadpen Danville 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
The Illio (3); Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2, 
3); Illini Christian Fellowship (3. 4) 



Gertrude Virginia Skinner 

East St. Louis 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
W.A.A. (2); Women's Glee Club (2); Ac- 
countancy Club 



Robert Neal Sklare Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Noble House 
Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad; Campus 
Chest Allocations and Advisory Board (2) ; 
Accountancy Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management 



Stanley Slaw 

( lommerce 
Marketing 

Sigma Alpha Mil 
Illini Union Committee (2) 
Wright Junior College 



. ( Chicago 



Whralnn 



Frank Vrhel Slepicxa. . . 
Education 
Indusl rial Education 

Alpha Delta Phi 
The Dailv Illini (2, 3. 4), Photographic 
Editor (4); Illini Theatre Guild Crew (2, 
3); M.I. A. Executive Council (2); Foot- 
ball Manager (2); Industrial Education 
Society 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Paul Slivnick Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Clark House 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Wright Junior College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 




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Alice Mae Smith. Richmond Heights, Mo. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Mathematics 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 

Alpha Lambda Delta: Delta Sigma Omicron 

Honors Day ( 1 ) 



D.wm Nmi Smith Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; First 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC: Illini Forensic 
Association: Marketing Club 
Honors Day (1) 



Delois Smith East St. Louis 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Hugh Smith Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (3); Navy Pier 
Alumni Association 

Texas College; Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 



Edwin Earl Smith Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Mu sir Education 
Alpha Phi Alpha 
Concert Band (3) : Football Marching Band 
(3); Canterbury Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (2) 

DePaul University 



Everett Gobsuch Smith Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 
Beta Theta Pi 
Star Course Manager (2): V.M.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1): Football Marching Band (1, 2, 
3) ; First Regimental Band (1, 2, 3), presi- 
dent (3); Midshipman. NROTC 



George Samuel Smith Chicago 

Commen e 

.irroujitancil 

Clark House 
Accountancy Club: Navy Pier Alumni As- 
sociation 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Track Let- 
ter (2) 

Navv Pier Extension of the I Diversity of 
Illinois 



James Artih it- Smith Joliet 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Four Columns 
A.F.S. ; A.S.M.E. 

Joliet Junior College 



James Henry smith Roodhouse 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
University Choir (4): University Chorus 
(1) ; Men's Glee Club (2, 3, 4) 



Jerome Smith Metamora 

Engineering 

i inl Engineering 

Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC ; National 

Defense Transportation Association; A.S. 

C.E. 









Robert Bi rton Snow Streator 

Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
Acacia 
The lllio (1, 2) ; M.I.N. 



Grace Katherine Snydek Aurora 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) : Campus Chest (3, 
4), Major Chairman (4) ; Campus Chest Al- 
locations and Advisory Hoard 
Illinois Wesleyan University 



Isidore Frank Sobczak Chicago 

Engi ring 

Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tan Sigma; A.S.M.E.; Rifle and Pislol 
Club 
Honors Day (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Katherine Elaine Smith. . .Beardstovm 
Education 
Elementa ry Education 
Cagle Hall 
Kappa Delta Pi: Campus Chest (1, 3); 
Spanish Club: Teachers-in-Training Club 
Honors Day (3) 



Kenneth Glen Smith ... West Frankfort 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Washington University 



Richard Robert Smith Bock Island 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Zeta Psi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Skull and Crescent; Tau Beta 
Pi: Phi Eta Sigma; The lllio (2, 3, 4). Ed- 
itor (4); Captain. Air Force ROTC; A.S. 
M.E. 

Honors Day (1. 2, :'. ). University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Robert Land Smith Oarmi 

Liberal Arts and Nciences 
Politiral .Science 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Football Marching Band (2) ; Second 
Regimental Band (2); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC: National Defense Transporta- 
tion Association 









Sergej Alexander Sokolov. .Riga, Latvia 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Latvian University of Riga 



Richard Owen Soldner 

Agriculture 
General .1 griculture 
Theta Chi 
DePauw University 



. Farina 



. Farina 



Stanley R. Soldner. . . . 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Theta Chi 

DePauw University 



Robert Eugene nomerfeld Chicago 

Journalism 
A dvertising 
Tau Delta Phi 
Alpha Delta Sigma 

Varsitv Basketball (1, 2) ; Pier Mini (1, 
2) ; The Brave (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Susan Joan Smith Davenport, loua 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Sigma Kappa 
Major Chairman. Social Dances, Mini Un- 
ion Committee (4): lllini Union Council 
(4) ; Mini Union Committee (3, 4) ; Pan- 
hellenic Executive Council (4); Freshman 
Advisors Council (4) 

Marycrest College 



Leonard Edward Smoler 

Xen- York City, N. ¥. 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Zeta Beta Tau 

Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC: Market- 
ing Club 






Claire Florence Somerfield 

Toledo, Ohio 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Sigma Delta Tau 
Mini Union Committee (2, 3) 



Barbara Jane Somers Fairbury 

Commerce 

Commercial Teaching 

Phi Mu 

Mini Union Committee (1) ; Mini Theatre 

Guild Crew (1, 2) ; Women's Glee Club (3, 

4) 



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Robert Foster Sonderskov. .Champaign 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Delta Theta 
Ma-Wan-Da; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (1, 
2); Campus Chest (1, 2, 3), director (4); 
Student Senate (1); X.S.A. Senate Sub- 
committee (1): Campus Chest Allocations 
and Advisory Board (4): Concert and En- 
tertainment Board (3, 4); Captain, Army 
ROTC; Phalanx 



Katiiijrine Anne Soucek Lyons 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Morton Junior College 



Doreen Joan Soukup Oicero 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Theta Upsilon 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (3) 

Morton Junior College 



Kathleen Sarah Spaulding Vrbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Pi Beta Phi 
The Daily Illini (1 ) ; University Chorus (1) 



Shirley Anns Spencer Springfield 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Landscape Architecture 
Alpha Phi 
Alpha Alpha Gamma; Landscape Architect 
Sim iety 



Howard Hans Spicker Chicago 

Education 

Education of Mentally Handicapped 

Children 

Phi Epsilon Pi 

New York University; University of Wis- 
consin 



Jack Spiegelman Jerseyville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Illi Knights 
Illini Union Committee (4); Campus Chest 
(4); M.I. A. Executive Council (2, 3, 4); 
House President (3); Hillel Foundation 
Student Council (2, 3. 1) ; Spanish Club 
Washington University 



Henry Raymond Spies Ashham 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Newman Hall 
Sigma Tan; Illinois Tcilmograph (3, 4); 
First Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC; A.S. 
A.E.; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day ( 2 ) 



Wayne Frank Si-inks Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
College Hall 




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Allen James Spirtas Chicago 

Commerce " 
Accountancy 
Lundgren House 
Accountancy Club: French Club; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association: Spanish Club 
Honors Day (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Emil Sporleder.. Mount Prospect 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Parade Ground Units 
Gargoyle; A. LA. ; Gamma Delta 
Honors Day (1,2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the LTniversity of 
Illinois 



Nick Stachniak Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio 
College Hall 
Sigma Delta Chi 

Northwestern University: Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Anita Mae Stahl Prairie View 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
W.A.A. (1): Illini Rural Observer (2); 
Home Economics Club 



Jerre William Staley Modesto 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Second Lieutenant. Air Force ROTC; Agri- 
culture Club: Poultry Science Club 



Walter Fred Stanke Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Lundgren House 
Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 

Honors Day (1, 2. 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Elaine Vivian Stark River Forest 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Cagle Hall 
Y.M.C.A, Committee (4): Campus Chest 
(3); W.A.A. (1. 2); Oratorio Society (1. 
2 ) ; Sociology Club 
Cornell College 



. Champaign 



Leo Hopping Stark 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Sigma Chi 
Alpha Delta Sigma 



Otto Gene Stark Oak Lawn 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Captain. Army ROTC: Pershing Rirles; 
Scabbard and Blade A.I.A. ; Fine and Ap- 
plied Arts Society; Rifle and Pistol Club 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Ha.mrin Stasell Runsom 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
Tau Nu Tau; A.S.A.E. 
University of Pittsburgh 



Joan Klixe Stauffer 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 

University Orchestra (3, 4) 
MacMurray College 




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Edward Otto Stejskal Berwyn 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

t he mist ft/ 

Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Lambda Upsilon ; Pi 
Mu Epsilon 
Honors Day ( 3) 

Morton Junior College 



Jack Walter Stembercer 



Chicago Heights 



Commerce 
.1 ccowntancy 
Newman Hall 
Thornton Junior College 



John Dale Stauffer Baylis 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Hill Hall 
Campus Chest (3, 4) ; M.I.A. Executive 
Council (3) : House President (2, 3) ; Cam- 
pus Chest Allocations and Advisory Board 
(3) ; Major, Air Force ROTC ; Arnold Air 
Society; A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Janet Louise Stearn Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Sigma Kappa 
Mask and Bauble; Mini Theatre Guild 
Manager (4) ; Mini Theatre Guild Board 
(3) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Robert Frank Stedroxsky 

North Riverside 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Clark House 
The Daily Mini (1); Mini Theatre Guild 
Cast (2) ; Campus Chest (3) ; House Presi- 
dent (3): Commerce Council (3, 4), presi- 
dent (4) ; Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; 
Phi Chi Eta; Accountancy Club, president 
(4); Mini Forensic Association; Marketing 
Club; Spanish Club 



Leo Walter Steinbrenner Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 

Architecture 

Theta Xi 

House President (3); A, I. A.; Gamma Delta 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy 

Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 











John Donald Stenquist Park Ridge 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Michael Stephen Joliet 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Loras College 



Joyce Ada Sterxaman Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Sigma Kappa 
Mortar Board: Torch; Shi-Ai; Gamma Al- 
pha Chi; The Daily Mini til; Mini Union 
Board (4); Major Chairman, Mini Union 
Committee (3): Mini Union Council (3); 
Mini Union Committee (2); Panhellenic 
Executive Council (3) ; Women's Glee Club 
(3) ; Mini Forensic Association; Young Re- 
publicans Club 



Bertha Mae Sternberg Sparta 

Agriculture 
General Home Economics 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Mini Union Committee (1, 2); W.A.A. (3, 
4) ; Women's Glee Club (3, 4 1 ; Mini Rural 
Observer (4) ; Home Economics Club; Mini 
Forensic Association 



Donald Joseph Steingisser. . 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
First Lieutenant, Army ROTC 



.Madison 





Barbara Kay Stevenson. . . .Toledo, Ohio 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Pi Beta Phi 
University of Toledo 



Robert Ewald Steinhagen 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
A.T.A. 

University of Wisconsin 



James Ferdinand Steixkamp. . 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Club Chalmers 
Field and Furrow, president (4) 
Quincy College 








Davey Lee Stewart Galesburg 

Commerce 

Industrial Administration 

Phi Eta Sigma: Varsity Tennis Squad (4) ; 

Freshman Varsity Tennis Squad; A.I.E.E.- 

i.r.e. 

Navv Pier Activities: Student Congress 
(2) ; Varsity Basketball Squad (1, 2) ; Var- 
sity Tennis Squad (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 

William Richard Stimart 

Downers Grove 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta Chi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem: Mini Union Com- 
mittee (1); Y.M.C.A. Committee (1); Ma- 
jor I (4) ; Student Senate (4) : Tribe of II- 
lini (4) ; Intramural Manager (2, 3, 4) ; 
Senior Intramural Manager (4); Athletic 
Council (4); IM Rec Board (3, 4), presi- 
dent (4) ; Accountancy Club 



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Barbara Kith Stinson Gary, Ind. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Art Education 
Sigma Kappa 

Indiana University; Gary College: Uni- 
versity nf Denver 





Harold Lloyh Strauss Chicago 

Commerce 

AcciiunUlnctl 

Lundgren House 

The Daily Illini (2); Campus Chest (3); 
Second Lieutenant. Army ROTC; Account- 
ancy Club: Illini Insurance Society; Mar- 
keting Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Gordon Allan- Stockman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Illini Christian Fellowship (4) ; Navy Pier 
Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois: Wilson Junior College 




Roland Spencer Strawn Canton 

Engineering 
. Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi: Phi Eta Sigma; 
Eta Kappa Nu; Mask and Bauble; Pierrots; 
The Illio (2) ; Illini Union Committee (4) ; 
Illini Theatre Guild Manager (2, 3, 4); 
Star Course Manager (2); Campus Chest 
(2) ; Captain, Army ROTC; A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day (1. 2, 3, 4). University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Artiil'b Dinsmoki. Stoddard Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Chi Psi 
Board of Fraternity Affairs (3, 4); Inter- 
fraternity Council (2, 3, 4) 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 

University of Michigan 





Patricia Marilyn Strole. . .Granite City 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Sociology 

Hillcrest 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2) 






Don t ali> 111 axe STOETZEL Washington 

Commerce 
Industrial Administration 
Gar-Men 
Captain, Army ROTC; Phalanx; Zela Sigma 
Alpha 




Alan With man Strong Marshall 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Education 
Browery 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2); First Lieu- 
tenant, Air Force ROTC; French Club; Il- 
lini Forensic Association; Young Democrats 
Club 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



William Henry Stoeweb. . . . 
Engineering 
Mining Engineering 
Grenada Manor 
M.I.S. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



. Galena 





JovcE Eileen Strong Collinsville 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Delta Zeta 
W.A.A. (1, 2, 3. 4); Terrapin (3, 4); 
Physical Education Majors Club 



Gail Pauline Stoker Joliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Gamma Delta 








Patricia Ann Sthuth Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Sigma Kappa 
Illini Union Committee (2) ; Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); German Club; Young Re- 
publicans Club 



Robert Dennis Stoli Lincoln 

Engineering 
Civil E ngineermg 
Beta Theta Pi 
Sachem: Skull and Crescent; Tau Beta Pi; 
Phi Eta Sigma; Chi Epsilon; The Illio (1. 
2, 3), Assistant Editor CI); Football Man- 
ager (1) ; A.S.C.E. 

Honors Day (1. 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 





Oeorge Stulik, Jr Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Clarke 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Herzl Junior College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Jerry Curtis Stone Chicano 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Campus Chest (2, 3); Varsity Swimming 
Squad ('_'. 3); Freshman Varsity Swim- 
ming Squad ; Dolphins (2, ::) 

Galesburg Extension of i lie University of 
Illinois 






Larry Earl Stump Harvey 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Pi Tau Sigma ; S.A.E. 
Thornton Junior College 



August Thomas Storr liellcrilir 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chi', a icu I /-.' a iji a ee ring 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Star and Scroll: Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma; Concert Band (3, 4); Football March- 
ing Band (1, 2, 3) : Firsi Regimental Band 
(1, 2) : A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



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Davih Bvrforii Stutsman Nashville 

Law 
I. a a 
Sigma Nu 
Phi Alpha Delta: National Defense Trans- 
portation Association ; Junior Bar Associa- 
tion 

University of Oklahoma; Washington 
University 



CABOLYN Sl'LLIVAN Mt. Pulaski 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Sociology 

Gamma Phi Beta 

Illini Union Committee ( 1 ) : Illini Theatre 

Guild Crew (3) ; V.W.C.A. Committee (1) ; 

W.A.A. (3, 4) 

Bradley University 




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Raymond Swansea, Je Chicago 

Engineering 
Mech a iiii-iil E ng i n ee ring 
Parade Ground Units 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors Day (1 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois; Illinois Institute of Technology 



Robert Melvin Sullivan. . . .Dallas, Tex. 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Delta Chi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; Star and Scroll; 
Tribe of Illini; Cheerleader; Varsity Gym- 
nastics Squad (2, 3, 4), Captain (4); Let- 
ter (2, 3, 4) ; Freshman Varsity Gymnastics 
Squad; Dolphins (1, 2, 3) 
Honors Day (2) 



Grauher Sultan Peshawar, Pakistan 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geography 
Punjab University 



Dennis George Summers Clinton 

Agriculture 
Agricultural E cono mics 
Phi Gamma Delta 



Donald Clarence Sund. . . .Crystal Lake 
Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
I.A.S.; Illini Sportsman's Club 



Marilyn Jean Sundquist Rock ford 

Commerce 
Commercial Teach inn 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Phi Chi Theta 

University of Colorado 



George Svoboda Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
A.I. A.; A.S.C.E.; Tall Illini Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 













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Carroll Edward Swanson 

Minneapolis, Minn. 
Fine and A pplied Arts 
Landscape Operation 
Forsite (2) ; Landscape Architecture Soci- 
ety: United World Federalists 

University of Minnesota: Bradley Uni- 
versity; University of California 



Leslie Gerard Swabtz. . .Western Springs 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Zoology 

Theta Delta Chi 

Universitv Chorus (2) ; Oratorio Society 

(3. 4) 

Lyons Township Junior College; North- 
western University 



Lind \ Kay Swartz Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Illini Union Board (3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Donald Eiiil Sweet East Moline 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Graham Lodge 
Illinois Technograph (1, 'J. 3); A.I.E.E.- 
C.R.E. 



MaRCELINE Svkis Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Delta Sigma Theta 
Panhellenic Executive Council (4); Young 
Democrats Club 

Pasadena City College 



Marilyn Szold Peoria 

Education 

Elementary Education 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 

Torch; The Illio (1) ; Illini Theatre Guild 

Manager (1); Star Course Manager (1, 2, 

3) 



(its Svolos Cicero 

Law 
Law 
Newman Hall 
Nu Beta Epsilon; Junior Bar Association: 
Young Democrats Club 
Morton Junior College 




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Richard Charles Takacs Chicago 

Commerce 
Advertising 
Newman Hall 
Marketing Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Laneenier Swain Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Delta Sigma Theta 
House President (4) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




Wayne Everett Tvlbot Paxton 

Agriculture 
Marketing 
Agricultural Economics Club ; Agriculture 
Club 



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Leonard Walter Tamkin Chicago 

C merce 

Accountancy 
Parade Ground Units 

Ac ( •ountancy ( 'l\ib 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



TOH-BEE Tax 1/ioh Pcrak, Malaga 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 

Priceome 
Alpha Lambda Delia: Omega Beta Pi; W. 
A.A. (I. 2, 3, 4): Women's Glee Club (4); 
Chinese Students Club; German Club; Navy 
Pier Alumni Association; Spanish Club 
Honors Day ( 1 . 2 ) 

William Penn College; Navy Pier Exten- 
sion of the University of Illinois 



Richard William Tank Park Ridge 

Physical Education 
]'h ysica I Ed II ratio a 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
Freshman Varsity Football Squad; Second 
Sportsman's 



Marines; Illini 



Lieutenant, 
Club 

Iowa Wesleyan College 






Audrey Martha Taymor Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.4 it Education 
Indeco 
Illini Theatre Guild Crew (3); Spanish 
Club 



Harold John Tejes Elgin 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 

Lundgren House 

A.I. A.; Rifle and Pistol Club 

Illinois Institute of Technology; Navy 
Pier Extension of the University of Illinois 



Orven Jack Tendall 

Commerce 
Economics 
Aurora College 



.Aurora 



Richard Anthony Tarizzo J olid 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Lundgren House 
Joliet Junior College 



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Betty Jane Terhcne Petersburg 

Commerce 
Commercial Teaching 
Presbyterian Hall 
Shorter Board; Phi Chi Theta : Major 
Chairman, Square Dance. Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3); Major Chairman, Dads' Day, 
Illini Union Committee (4); Illini Union 
Council (3, 4) : Illini Union Committee (2) ; 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1): House President 
(3) ; Accountancy Club 



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Richard Robert Tarrant. . . .Champaign 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet (3, 4) ; Y.M.C.A. Commit- 
tee (2, 3, 4); Military Ball Committee' (2, 
3); Ensign, NROTC; Marketing Club: So- 
ciety for the Advancement of Management 
Honors Day ( 3) 





Mary Lou Terry Champaign 

Physical Education 

Ph g.s ical Ed uca tion 
Alcestis 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2); W.A.A. Board 
(2); Major I; W.A.A. Numerals; W.A.A. 
(1, 2, 3, 4) ; Terrapin (3. 4) ; Physical Ed- 
ucation Majors Club 



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Mary Ruth Tate Champaign 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Mathematics 
Pi Beta Phi 
Omega Beta Pi: Illini Union Committee 
(1) ; Y.W.C.A. Committee (1) 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Anx Breckinridge Tailor 

North Tarrytown, N. T. 
Journalism 
Editorial 
Chi Omega 
Theta Sigma Phi; The Daily Illini (3) ; Il- 
lini Union < lommittee ( 3 ) 
Mary Baldwin College 



Chellis Eugene Taylor Canton 

Agriculture 
Agricultural Economics 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Star Course Manager (2) ; House President 
(4); Football Marching Band (2); Second 
Regimental Band (1) ; McKinley Founda- 
tion Student Council (3); Captain, Air 
Force KOTC 



Jerome Norman Taylor. .New York, N. ¥. 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 
Pi Lambda Phi 
Phi Eta Sigma: Alpha 1'hi Omega; Psi Chi; 
Arnold Air Society: Pershing Rifles: Scan- 
bard and Blade; Young Republicans Club 

University of Oklahoma ; University of 
Tulsa 













William Ray TesSIEN Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lutheran Foundation Student Council (3, 
4) ; Accountancy Club 
Wright Junior College 



Kenneth James Thelen Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Captain, Armv ROTC ; Alpha Rho Tau; A. 
I. A.; A.S.C.E. 

Illinois State Normal University 



Irene Diana Theodore Gary, Ind. 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Phi Kappa Phi; Mu Phi Epsilon. president 
(3) ; Illini Theatre Guild Cast (3, 4) ; Uni- 
versity Choir (3, 4) ; Fine and Applied Arts 
Council (3) 
Honors Day (4) 

University of Indiana 



Olav Kristian Theodorsen. Oslo, Norway 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; Rifle and Pistol Club 
University of Oslo 



Ralph Joseph Thieman Quincy 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Parade Ground Units 
Alpha 1'hi Omega : University Chorus (4) ; 
Marketing Club 
Quincy Collet 



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Richard Leon Thies Gibson 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences 
Law 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Ma- Wan-Da ; Y.M.C.A., president (4): 
C.A. Board of Directors (4); Y.M 
Cabinet (3, 4); Y.M. C.A. Committee 
Freshman Varsity Basketball Squad: P 
man Varsity Baseball Squad; Men's 
Club (2); junior Bar Association; Y 
Democrats Club 



City 



Y.M. 
.C.A. 

(3); 
resh- 

Glee 
oung 



Wavxe Edwaed Thomas Dixon 

Commerce 
Management 
Beta Theta Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da; Phi Eta Sigma; Alpha Kappa 
Psi ; Sigma Iota Epsilon : Star Course Man- 
ager (2, 3, 4), Senior Manager (4): Y.M. 
C.A. Committee (1); Concert Baud (1. 2. 
::. 4) : Football Marching Band (1, 2. 3. 4) ; 
Concert and Entertainment Board (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2) 



Gene Irvin Thomasson Vrbann 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Tau Kappa Epsilon 
Sigma Tau; Phi Eta Sigma; Keramos 
Honors Day (1, 3) 



Nick Thomopotjlos 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Delta Chi 



. Chicago 



Donald Edward Thompson. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day (3) 



. Decatur 






Donald Eliot Thompson Tishitna 

Pine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Honors Day (3) 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Joe Amos Thompson 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Accountancy Club 



. Quincy 



Morgan Houohto.v Thompson', Jr. 

Providence, R. I. 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
University of Wisconsin 





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William Alan Thompson Paxtou 

Agriculture 
General .1 griculture 



Robert Wallace Thwaites 

Detroit, Mich. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 
Acacia 
A.I. A. 

Grand Rapids Junior College 



George John Tikalskv, Jr Chicago 

Education 
Industrial Education 

Military Ball Committee (4): Captain, 
Army ROTC; Military Council: Pershing 
Rifles; Phalanx: Tau Nu Tau. president 
(4): Industrial Education Society 



Nancy Lr< ille Tilroe Flossmoor 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Vanlig 
Mu Phi Epsilon; [II in i Union Committee 
(1): Oratorio Society (2); Fine and Ap- 
plied Arts Council I .!. 4 ) 
Honors Day ( 2. 3 ) 



Ellen Sarah Tbjkoff Chicago 

Law 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Orchesis (1): Accountancy Club: Junior 
Bar Association 

Gregg College: Navy Pier Extension of 
the University of Illinois 



Tihelma Leonop. Tirol 

Iloilo City, Philippines 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Ulini Union Committee (3. 4); W.A.A. (3, 
4) 

Iloilo City College 



John Pail Tisevich Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Barton House 
Phi Eta Sigma: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors Day ( 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



HAROLD Casseluerry Todd Sandoval 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Advertising Design 

Freshman Varsity Gymnastics Squad 
Blackburn College 



Richard Lee Tomei Christopher 

Engineering 

General Engineering 

Triangle 

Star and Scroll: Interfraternity Council 

(3); Captain. Army ROTC; Ordnance 

Club; A.S.M.E. 



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Henrx Sawyer Tomlinson. . .New Lenox 
Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Kappa, Delta Rho 
University Chorus (3); Agriculture Club; 
Field, unci Furrow 
Joliet Junior College 



Geraldine Mae Tonm . . . . 
Journalism 
Editorial 
( agle Hall 
Thetn Sigma Phi 

Northwestern University 



Robert Peter Torkelson Urbana 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.4 rchitectural Engineering 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Gargoyle; A. I. A.: A.S.C.E. 



Central State Teachers' College; 
sity of Wisconsin 



Univer- 









M iry Elizabeth Tressel Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Evans Hall 
Gamma Delta: Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion 
Honor'; Day ( 3 ) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Kathryx Elizabeth Trimmer 

Cerro Gordo 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Rosewood 
Zetr, Phi Eta: Spanish Club 



Julia Jeanine True Craig, Mo. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
( 'hemistry 

linsey Hall 

Linden v. nod College 



Milton Allen Tornheim Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
ACS,; German Club; Navy Pier Alum li 
Association; Young Democrats Club 

Herzl Junior College: Roosevelt College; 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
1 llinois 




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James Robert Trurax Johnston City 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Delta Tan Delta 
Varsity Football Squad (2, 3): Freshman 
Varsity Football Squad; Freshman Varsity 
Basketball Squad; National Defense Trans- 
portation 



John Robert Towers Springfield 

Engineering 
San it ail/ Engineering 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
star and Scroll; Campus Chest ('-'): Inter- 
fraternity Council (2, :i ) ; Intramural Man- 
ager (2, 3): 1M Rec Board (3, 4); Major, 
Air Force ROTC; Air Force Council: Ar- 
nold Air Society; A.S.C.E.; Mu-San, presi- 
dent (4) 



Barbara Jean Townes Gary, Ind. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English Education 

Delt'. Sigma Tbeta 
Illini Theatre Guild Crew (4): German 
Club: Spanish. Club 



Don Garrett Townsend 

.1 llniiiurrqar. X. Mis. 
Engineering 
Metallurgical Engineering 
A.l.Ch.E.; .MIS. 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



David Arthur. Traeger Dc* Planus 

< 'cimnierce 
.4 ccountancy 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
P.eta Alpha Psi ; Varsity Baseball Squad 
(2); Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Account- 
ancy Club 
Honors Day ( 1, -'. 3) 



Vincent Paul Travers Youngstown, Ohio 
Journalism 
Advertising 

I'bi Eta Sigma 









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Ivan Socrates Tshilds Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.4 rchitectural Engineering 
Kumonami 
A. LA.: A.S.C.E. 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



Kwang-xan Tt'AX Taipeh, China 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Ohm-Sweet-Ohm 
Sigma Tan; Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E.: Chinese 
Students Club 
Park College 



Thomas Clifton Tucker 

Crawfordsville, Ind. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

Cosmopolitan 

Sigma Tan: Phi Eta Sigma: Concert Band 

( 1. 'J. :'.. 4 ) ; Football Marching Band ( I. 2, 

3, 4); First. Regimental Hand (1): Mens 

Glee Club ( l ) ; Illinois Technograph (1. 2, 

3, 4): A.l.Ch.E.; French Club: German 

Club 

Honors Day ( 1. 2. :'. ) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Kej 



Rkv Ching Ti ~xu Shanghai, China 

Engineering 
Ceramic Engineering 
Keratites 

University of Shanghai 



Peggy Joan Turxbow Centralis 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Shorter Board; Mask and Bauble: Illini 
Union Committee (1); Illini Theatre Guild 
Manager (2. 3. 4) 
Honors Day t 1 ) 



Joanne Marie Turner Centralia 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Marketing Club 

Centralia Township Junior College 




Fumi Anthony Vaisvil Chicago 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences 
Social Studies 
Newman Hall 

Xnvv Pier Activities: The Brave (2); 
Varsity Football Squad (1, 2); Host of II- 
lini 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
I llinois 



. . Vandalia 



Josephine Ann Turner. . . 
Agriculture 
Home Economi 
Beta House 

Home Economics Club 
MacMurray College 



Nancy Lee Turppa Zion 

Liberal Arts anil Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Rosewood 
Alpha Lambda Delta; Zeta Phi Eta; 
W.A.A. (3, 4) ; University Chorus (1, 2) 
Illinois Wesleyan University 




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Dominic John Valesano LaSalle 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.Ch.E. 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 



Bea Ann VanDenburgh. .Downers Grove 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology and Economics 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Illini Union Committee (4); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (3, 4 > : W.A.A. ( 3, 4 I 
State I uiversity of low a 



Robert Arthur Tuttle, . . .Poplar Grove 

Agriculture 

Agricultural Education 

Parade Ground Units 

Agricultural Education Club; Agriculture 

Club 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




Donald Peter Van Rossen Chicago 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Phi Kappa Epsilon; Varsity Swimming 
Squad (J. :i): Letter (3): Freshman Var- 
sity Swimming Squad; Dolphins (2, 3, 4). 
president ( 4 ) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 
Olympic Senior College 



Kenneth John Twohey Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Sigma Tau: Chi Epsilon; A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day ( 2) 

University of Idaho 




Evaldas I'kleikis Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
University of Freiburg; University of 
Turbingen 



William Susumu Ujiiye Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Noble House 
Accountancy Club; Navy Pier Alumni Asso- 
ciation 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Richard Quintion Underwood. .Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Speech 

Psi Upsilon 

Illini Theatre Guild Cast (4) ; Campus 

Chest (2) ; Polish Club; Young Republicans 

Club 

Coo College 



Philip Joseph Urso Chicago 

Engineering 
Mining Engineering 
Flagg House 
Tribe of Illini; Varsity Fencing Squad (3, 
4). Letter (3. 4): MIS.; Scimitar 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert Uyetani Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Physics Society 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Charlks Oral Vel/.y. .White Plain*. X. Y. 

Engineering 

Mechanical Engineering 

Delta Phi 

A.S.M.E. 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 



Bernardo Antonio Vergara. . . .Panama 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Cosmopolitan 
Campus Chest (2, 3); Board of Fraternitj 
Affairs (4); Interfraternity P.all Committee 
(3); A.S.C.E.; Ibero-American Association ; 
Scimitar; Spanish Club 
University of Panama 



Richard Lloyd Vetter Aledo 

Agriculture 
Vocational A griculture 
Alpha Zeta, president (4); Alpha Tau Al- 
pha; Agricultural Council (4); All-Ag 
Field Day Committee (4): Agricultural Ed- 
ucation Club; Agriculture Club; Hoof and 
Horn Club 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 
Augustana College 



Vernon Glenn Vetter Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

A.S.M.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Jai ob Karl Viks Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
.A rchitecture 
A.I.A. 

D-liti: I ni-v?rsity N'svy I ier E'xtencim 
(if the University of Illinois 



Frank Kenneth Villari Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Biology 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Robert John Vinsec Downers Grove 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Parade Ground Units 
Ma-Wan-Da; Sachem; M.I. A. Executive 
Council (2, 3, 4). president. (4): House 
President (2); University Choir (1): Sec- 
ond Lieutenant, Army ROTO; Mini Sports- 
man's Club 








Robert Keith Wagner Mattoon 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Chi Phi 
Skull and Crescent: Interfraternity Council 
(2); House President (3); Major, Air 
Force ROTC; Air Force Council 



GEORGE Hansen- Wahl Areola 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
V.M.C.A. Committee (4); First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Infantry Club; Mini Sports- 
man's Club 



Ella Jean Walker Maryville, Tenn. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy 
Presbyterian Hall 
Mortar Board; Torch: Alpha Lambda Del- 
ta: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. (2, 3, 4); Y.W.C.A. 
Committee (1); W.A.A. (2): Student Reli- 
gious Council (3); McKinlev Foundation 
Student Council (.2. : ^. 4) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Nicholas Gerald Vivona Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Mathematics 

Wright Junior College; Roosevelt College 





Ronald James Wallace. . 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Sigma Nu 

Mini Union Committee (3) 

Joliet Junior College 



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. Chicago 



Burton Barry Vlay 

( 'ommerce 
Accountancy 

Lundgren House 

Accountancy Club: Praetorians 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 



George Dt ane Von Lanken Arthwr 

Agriculture 
Vocational A griculture 
College Hall 
Alpha Tau Alpha; Agricultural Education 
Club: Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn 
Club 
Honors Day (1. :i ) 



Allen James Vornsand Hinsdale 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Latin American Studies 
Phi Kappa Epsilon: V.M.C.A. Cabinet (3); 
V.M.C.A. Committee ( :!. 4): Mi-Knights 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



James Arthur Waggoner TerseyviUc 

Engineering 
En fliiic e ring I'h ysics 
Wesmen 
'lau lieta Pi; Phi Ela Sigma: Football 
Marching Band (2, :;i: First Regimental 
Hand (2. :i ) ; Second Regimental Hand (1) 
Honors Day ( 1. 2. :i ) ; University of Illinois 
Si holarship Key 



George ('ti irles Wagner Qnincy 

Engineering 
Electrical Engim i i ing 
Phi Kappa Phi: Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa 
Xu: A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Qui. icy College 











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Robert Lee Waller Paris 

Commerce 
Indus! rial Administration 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Delta Sigma Omicron : Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 

Galesbnrg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Florence Mary Walters Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Alpha Xi Delta 
Gamma Alpha Chi: The Illio (3); Y.W. 
C.A. Committee ( :i ) : Campus Chest (3) 
St. Mary-of-the-Woods College 



Gerald Gi mm Walters Peotone 

Physical Education 

Ph i/sira I Ed it rat ion 
Pi Kappa Phi 
Star and Scroll; Interfraternity Council ("J. 
:;): Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC 



Charles Frederick Wamsley 

Indianapolis, Ind. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Architecture 

Rogers Hon-' 
A.I.A. 

Jiuller University 



David Aloysii s Ward Toliel 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

Sigma Tau; V.M.C.A. Cabinet (4): Y.M. 
C.A. Committe* I :t ) : A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 
Joliet Junior College 



Donald Edwakd Ward Washington 

Law 

haw 
Chi Psi 
Phi Delta Phi; Concert. Land (1, 2) : Foot- 
ball Marching Band (1, 2); Junior Bar 
Association 



Philip Henry Ward, Jr Sterling 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Economics 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
The Daily Illini ( 1 ) ; Illini Union Commit- 
tee (1, 2* 3); Student Senate (2); Second 
Lieutenant. Air Force ROTC; French Club; 
Junior Bar Association : Young Republicans 
Club 



Paul. Richard Ware Tuscola 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Zoology 
Sigma Chi 
Tribe of Illini (3, 4) ; Varsity Track Squad 
(3. 4) 

Illinois Wesleyan University 



Lowell. Eugene Warner Forest. City 

Agriculture 
Animal Science 
Farm House 
Agricultural Council (4) ; All-Ag Field Day 
Committee ( 3 ) ; Plowboy Prom Committee 
(2. 3); Zeta Sigma Alpha; Agriculture 
Club; Hoof and Horn Club; Horticulture 
Club; Poultry Science Club, president (4) 



William Edward Warren . 
Commerce 
Management 
College of the Pacific 



.Reno, Nev. 



John Evan Wasco Brownsville, Pa. 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 

Synton 

Honors Day (1, 2) 



William Arthur Washburn .Crystal Lake 
Commerce 
Account a nci/ 
Club 311 
Illini Union Committee (3); Accountancy 
Club; Society for the Advancement, of Man- 
agement, 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Walter Eugene Washington. . .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Kappa Alpha Psi 
Y.M.C.A. Committee (3) ; Navy Pier Alum- 
ni Association 

Navy Pier Activities : Host of Illini (2) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Helen Judith Wasserman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Sherwood Lodge 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




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Richard Lee WASSON Farminglon, 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha Kappa Lambda 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Phi Lambda Upsilon ; Foot- 
ball Marching Band (2, 3); First Regi- 
mental Band (2, 3) 

Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Ke> 



George Wantanabe Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
,4 rchitecture 

A. I. A. (4) 

Wilson Junior College: Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



Rachel Waterfall Westmont 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Anthropology Club: German Club 



1,e<> Douglas Watson Canton 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Spanish 

Kappa Alpha Psi 

Sigmf, Delta Pi: Interfraternity Council 

(3); House President I :i ) : Spanish Club 



Robert Leroy Watson, Jr.. . .Champaign 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Delta Sigma Phi 
Chi Epsilon. president (4); Campus Chest 
(2): Varsity Swimming Squad (2); Fresh- 
man Swimming Squad; Dolphins ( 1, 2, 3, 
4); Captain, Armv ROTC; Tau Nu Tau; 
A.S.C.E. 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 



Morton Irving Wax Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren House 
The Daily Illini (1, 2, 3. 4); First Lieu- 
tenant, Armv ROTC; Pershing Rifles: Phi 
Chi Eta 



Nancy Ellen Waxler Urbana 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha Chi Omega 
Phi Kappa Phi: Phi Keta Kappa: Alpha 
Lambda Delta; Illini Union Committee (2) ; 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (1, 2) 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



Charles Kenneth Weatherford 

Chicago 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Triangle 
Intramural Manager (4): A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Harold Eugene Weatherholt. . .Ativood 
Agriculture 

Agronomy 
Agricultural Economics Club; Agriculture 
Club; Field and Furrow; Hoof and Horn 
Club 



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Doi i.k Lee Webb Jewett 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

R uste Amies 
Second Regimental Band (1, 2); Account- 
i'.ni'y Club 



Ki.i.i ui Maurice Webb 

Engineering 
( 'ivil /.' itiiiiieering 
A.S.C.E. 



.Beaton 










Ira Laser Weinberg Chisago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Epsilon Pi 
Major Chairman, Stunt Show, J 1 1 in i Union 
Committee (4); Illini Union Council (3, 
4) ; Illini Union Committee (2. 3, 4) ; First 
Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC; Accountancy 
Clul> 
Honors Day ( 3 ) 



Eugene Weiner 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau Epsilon Phi 



. Chicago 



Richard Wayne Webber Decatur 

Agriculture 
Dairy Technology 
Freshman Varsity Track Squad; Lieuten- 
ant, Army ROTC ; Armed Forces Communi- 
cations Association; Pershing Rifles; Dairy 
Technology Society 



Robert Richard Weber Decatur 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
A.I.A.; A.S.C.E. 

James Millikin University; Navy Pier 
Extension of the University of Illinois 



Ihvi.v James Webster 

Engineering 
A e rona u I im I Engineering 
Captain, Air Force ROTC; I.A.S. 



Elizaheth 



William Julius Wechter Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
ChemistA 
Alpha Epsilon Pi 
Illinois Institute of Technology 






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Sol Weiner Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Killel Foundation Student Council (3, 4); 
Marketing Club; Young Democrats Club 

Herzl Junior College: Wright Junior Col- 
lege 



Howard Weinsteix Brooklyn, .V. 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Noble House 
Phi Eta Sigma ; Omega Beta Pi 
Honors Day ( 1, 2, 3 ) 



Stanley Eugene Weinstein. JSocfc Island 

Education 

History 

Zetr, Beta Tau 
Phi Eta Sigma; Illini Union Committee (2, 
3); Interfraternitv Council (2); Second 
Lieutenant, Armv ROTC; Phi Chi Eta 
Honors Day ( 1) 



Marvin Ross Weisbrod. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Journalism 
Publication Management 
Zeta Beta Tau 
Alpha Kappa Psi ; Illini Union Committee 
(3) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

University of Arizona 



Warren Weed Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountncy 
Phi Kappa Tau 
Campus Chest (4); Accountancy Club 
Navy I-'i;- Activities Ptir Illini (1) 
Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
1 liinois 




Marvin Solomon Weiss. . .St. Louis, Mo. 

Physical Education 

Recreation 



Mary Margaret Weeg LaSalle 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in English 
Theta Phi Alpha 
The Illio (3); Illini Theatre Guild Crew 
(3, 4): Newman Foundation Student Coun- 
cil (3, 4); Displaced Persons Committee 
(4); Senior Ball Committee; English Jour- 
nal Club; Teachers-in-Training Club 
Honors Day ( 4 ) 
LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby Junior College 





John Edwin Wells Harvard 

Commerce 

Economics 
National Defense Transportation Associa- 
tion ; Marketing Club 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Burton Weinberg Chicago 

Division of Special Services 
Sociology 

Men's Glee Club (4) ; Anthropology Club 
Wright Junior College 



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William Gru.mmitt Wells. . .Libertyville 
La w 
Law 
lietii Theta Pi 
Interfraternitv Council (2. 3); Committee 
on Student Discipline ( :i ) ; Football March- 
ing Band (2, 3); Second Regimental Band 
(1, 2, 3), president (2); Accountancy 
Club; Finance Club; Illini Forensic Asso- 
ciation : Junior Bar Association 
Honors Day (2. 3) 



Marilyn Jean* Welsch Joliet 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Music Education 
Sigma Kappa 
Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta: Sigma 
Alpha Iota; Illini Union Director (4); II- 
lini Union Board (4); Major Chairman, 
Classical Music. Hours, Illini Union Com- 
mittee (3); Illini Union Council (3); Il- 
lini Union Committee (2. '■',) ; Illini Theatre 
Guild Crew (1); V.W.C.A. Committee (1, 
2): University Choir (1, 2, 3, 4); McKin- 
lev Foundation Student Council (2) 



Ralph Arthur Wendland Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 

Lundgren House 
Gamma Delta, president (4) 
Honors Day (1, 2. 4), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 







J irijiki.vs Ruth White fferrin 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Alpha Xi Delia 
Illini Rural Observer (3, 4); Home Eco- 
nomics Club 

Southern Illinois University 



Janet White Sullivan 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher 'J' ruin inn in English 
M( Kmley Hall 
Torch; Alpha Lambda Delta; The Iliio (1, 
2. 3). Junior Editor (3); W.G.S. Execu- 
tive Council (4) : University Choir (2) ; Or- 
atorio Society (1) ; Weslev Foundation Stu- 
dent Council (2, 3. 4) ; LAS Council (2. :>,. 
4>. president (4); Freshman Advisers' Ex- 
ecutive Council (4) 

Honors Day (1. 2. 3) : University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



George Wendt Red Had 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Social Studies 
Second Regimental Band (1, 2) ; Illini For- 
ensic. Association ( 1 ) 





John Joseph White Chicago 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 

Flagg House 
A.J.A. 

Nsw Iter Activituc Vaxsiti Gymnas- 
tics S [uad ( I) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Floyd Bernard Wexte .Neoga 

Commerce 
Industrial A d m in istra t ion 
Gar-Men 
House President (3); Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Geraldine Marsha Werner. .Springfield 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
University of Michigan 



Joseph Ronald Werth Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 

A.S.M.E. 

Wright Junior College ; University of 
Wisconsin 




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Sally Jaxe White Springfield 

Commerce 
Secretarial Training 
Pi Beta Phi 
Illini Union Committee; V.W.C.A. Commit- 
ted ( l ) : Campus Chest ( l ) 



Van" LeRov White Galesburg 

Commerce 
Account a ii eg 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Accountancy Club; Student, Junior Cham- 
ber of Commerce 

Galesburg Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Rex Allen Whitehurst.JFc. Wayne, I nd. 

Engineering 
A e run a ut ica ' A' nil in eering 
Pi Kappa Alpha 
Captain, Air Force ROTC : Arnold Air So- 
ciety; Scabbard and Blade; I.A.S. 



Charles Lee Wheeler Putnam 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Acacia 
V.M.C.A. Committee (1, 2. 3); Military 
Ball Committee (3, 4) ; Cadet Colonel, 
Army ROTC, Armed Forces Council, presi- 
dent* (4): Phi Chi Eta; Scabbard and 
Blade; Agriculture Club; Dairy Produc- 
tion Club 
Honors Day (2, 3) 



Eugene Thomas White Harvard 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Second Lieutenant, Army ROTC 
Honors Day (2 ) 
Loras College 



Gordon Justice White Elgin 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bart e riolng g 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Elgin Community College 





Don alp Leroy Whitsitt Champaign 

Commerce 
Retailing 
Thet . Chi 
The Illio (1, 2): Major Chairman. News 
and Advertising. Illini Union Committee 
(4) ; Illini Union Council (4) ; Illini Union 
Committee (3); Campus Chest (3); Cap- 
tain, Air Force ROTC; Arnold Air Society; 
Illini Insurance Society; Marketing Club: 
Society for the Advancement of Management 



Gladys Mariox Whyx.it Springfield 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Leeman Lodge. 
Star Course Manager (2) : Omicron Xu 
lienor:. uay ( 3 ) 



Robert Raymond Wiederkehr . . Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Chemical Engineering 

Alpha Chi Sigma 
A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Edward Wiek La eon 

Agriculture 
.1 u innil Science 
Farm House 
Illini Onion Committee (1): Campus Cliest 
C-M; AJl-Ag Field Day Committee (2, 3, 
l): Plowboy Prom Committee (2): Cap- 
tain, Army ROTC ; /.eta Sigma Alpha: 
Agriculture Club: Dairy Production Club; 
Hoof and Horn Club: Horticulture Club 




Lois Ann Williston Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Busey Hall 
Canterbury Foundation Student, Council 
( 1, 2. 3, 4); All-Ag Field Day Committee 
(3): Ritie and 1'islol Club; Home Ec- 
onomics Club 



Ernest Otto Wilhelxi Chicago 

Commerce 
.4 ccountancy 
Lundgren House 
Gamma Delta 

Navy Pier Extension of the University 
of Illinois 



Frank Wilkev Jr Dahlgren 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Industrial Design 
Alpha Rho Chi 
Captain, Air Force ROTC 
University of New Mexico 



William Arthur. Willcox Rochelle 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Sigma Phi Epsilon 
.Men's Glee Club (2, :i ) : Second Lieuten- 
ant, Army ROTC: National Defense 
Transportation Association 



Donald Richard Williams Urbana 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Sigma Pi 

Illini Rural Observer (1. 2); Second 
Lieutenant, Army ROTC; Field and For- 
row; Hoof and Horn Club 



George John Williams Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Voting Democrats 












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Carolyn Jane Willms Rochelle 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Speech 
Delta Gamma 
Zeta Phi Eta; Illini Union Committee (4); 
Y.W.C.A. Committee (3) 
Michigan State College 



Muriel Lorraine Wills Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home Economies 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Honors Day (2) 

North Park College; Cornell University 



Doris Jean Wilson Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 

Alpha Kappa Alpha 
Shi-Ai: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet ( :i ) ; YAV.C.A. 
Committee (1, 3) 



George Tarrant Wilsox LaGrange 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Delta, Upsilon 
Alpha Delta Sigma; The Daily Illini (4) 
Lyons Township Junior College 



Roger Lewis Wing Bingham, Maine 

Physical Education 

Physical Education 
Delta Theta Epsilon; Phi Epsilon Kappa; 
Y.M.C.A, Committee (1): Tribe of Illini; 
Varsity P.aseball Squad (2, 3, 4); Letter 
(3. 4); Freshman Varsity Baseball Squad; 
Varsity Cross Country Squad (2) ; Student 
Religious Council (4) : Sea bury Foundation 
Student. Council (4): Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Phi Chi Eta 
Honors Day (2, 3. 4): University of Illi- 
nois Scholarship Key 



Hexrv (ioi'F Williams Decatur 

Engineering 
Elect rica I E nginee rin g 
Chi Phi 
University Chorus (2); A.I.E.E. I.R.E. ; 
Illuminating Engineering Society 
James Millikin Universitjy 





Marjlek Anne Winger. . . .Madison, Wis. 
Fine and Applied Arts 
Music 
Cagle Hall 
The Illio (2); University Choir (4); Uni- 
versity Chorus (3): Women's Glee Club 
(3, 4) : Spanish Club 

Chicago Musical College; Navy Pier Ex- 
tension of the University of Illinois 



John' Noel Williams Chestnut 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Delta Tau Delta 
Skull and Crescent; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau 
Sigma: Star Course Manager (2, 3). Jun- 
ior Manager; Campus Chest (1): House 
President (4): Student Senate (4); A.S. 
M.E. ; Junior liar Association 
Honors Day (2, 3) 





Richard Marion Winiarski. . . .Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 

Delta Chi 
Illini Union Committee (3); Y.M.C.A. 
Committee (3): Cyclothem Club 

Navv Pier Activities: Varsity Track 
S piad (2) : Host, of Illini (2) 
Honors Day (2, 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



John Thomas Williams. .. .Bloomington 

Commerce 

Insurance 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Interfrateruity Council (2); Freshman 
Varsity Golf Squad ; Intramural Manager 
(1, 2); Illini Insurance Society 



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James Edumond Wi nkelman. .. .Chicago 
Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Geology 
Theta Delta Chi 
Alpha Plii Omega : Illini Union Committee 
(3); University Chorus (3): Military Ball 
Committee (3. 4); Second Lieutenant. 
Army KOTC: National Defense Transporta- 
tion ; Cyclothem Club 



Alex Joseph Winter Chicago 

Veterinary 
Veterinary Medicine 
Alpha Gramma Rim 
Alpha Zeta: Phi Eta Sigma; Student Vet- 
erinary Medical Ass'n 

University of Wisconsin 




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Edward Joseph Wojtas Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Newman Hall 

Alpha Phi Omega ; Sigma Delta Chi; The 
Daily Illini (3. 4). Chief Photographer (4) ; 
The Illio (3, 4). chief Photographer <4i 
Wright Junior College 



Rcth Lucinda Winter Chicago 

Education 
Elementary Education 
Alpha Xi Delta 
German Club; Tall Illini Cluh 



Janet Lee Wisely Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
Kappa Kappa Gamma 
Phi Upsilon Omicron; The Illio (1, 2); 
V.W.C.A. Cabinet (2, 3); Y.W.C.A. Com- 
mittee (1. 2. 3 ) : l'anhellenic Executive 
Council i 4) : Campus Chest Allocations and 
Advisory Hoard (4) 




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(it-.iti Laura Wolf Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 

Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Alpha Lambda Delta: Sigma Delta Pi; 
House President (4), Navy Pier Alumni 
Association; Spanish Club 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3) ; University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Hermax Lloyd Wolf Des Plaines 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Psychology 

.Michigan State College; University jf 



Tennessee 



AXiOAB William Wiseman Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Clark House 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



JOHN Wesley Witters Charleston 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
A.S.C.E.; I.T.E. 
Honors Day (3) 

Eastern Illinois State College; Ohio State 
University 



Ronald Francis WiTTiqEYER. . . .Chicago 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 

Sigma Nu 
Illini Union Committee (3, 4); Intramural 
Manager (3) ; Newman Foundation Student 
Council (3, 4) ; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion: Physical Education Majors Club; Tall 
Illini Club 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Basketball 
Squad (1, 2) ; Varsity Track Squad (1, 2) ; 
Varsity Football Squad (2); Student Con- 
gress (2) ; Pier Illini (1) 









Richard Edward Wolfsberger 

Lake Forest 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Rho 
Star and Scroll: The Illio (1. 2, 3), Junior 
Business -Manage]- (3); Second Lieutenant, 
Air Force ROTC : Arnold Air Society; A.I. 
E.E.-I.R.E. 



.James Alan Wolfson Chicago 

Journalism 

Radio 

Phi Epsilon Pi 

Lieutenant Colonel. Air Force ROTC; Air 

Force Council; Arnold Air Society; WIN I 

(4) 



Joan Martha Woll Streator 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Alpha Gamma Delta 
Zeta Phi Eta; Delta Sigma Omicron 
College of Saint Teresa 



Robert Charles Woelkel. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi Kappa Phi 
Joliet Junior College 



. Joliet 




Wayne George Woltman Elmhurst 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Phi Kappa Psi 
Ma-Wan- Da; Sachem: Skull and Crescent; 
Sigma Delta Chi, president (4); Editor, 
The Daily Illini (4); The Daily Mint (1, 
2, 3, 4): Major, Armv ROTC; Pershing 
Rifles 



Raymond Frank Wojcieszak. . . .Chicago 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Lundgren House 
Illinois Technograph (3) ; A.S.C.E. 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Stanley Raymond Wojcik 

Fine and Applied Arts 
Architectural Engineering 
Flagg House 
A.I.A. 



C'h icago 







Marilyn Wojieldorff Wheaton 

Agriculture 
Home Economics 
McKinley Hall 
Mortar Board ; Torch ; Alpha Chron ; Omi- 
cron Nu; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Upsilon 
Omicron. president (4); University Choir 
( 1 ) ; Madrigal Chorus ( 1 ) : Home Eco- 
nomics Council (2, 3, 4); Plowboy Prom 
Committee (1): Home Economics Club 
Honors Day ( 1, 3) 



Carol. Ernestine Woodcock 

Letcistou . Maine 
Education 
Ele men la ry E ducal io n 
Leeman Lodge 
Bates College 



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Alan Laurent Woodman Evansto* 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemistry 
A.C.S. 

Evanston Community College 



Donald Griswold Worden Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering Physics 
Sigma Nu 
Captain, Air Force ROTC: Physics Society 



Thorpe Edwin Wright Flossmoor 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Mathematics 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Sachem: Skull and Crescent; Phi Eta Sig- 
ma; V.M.C.A. Committee (1): Campus 
Chest (1, 2. 3, 4), Major Chairman (3, 4) ; 
Student, Senate (1, 2, 3); Class President 
(3): Freshman Council: Varsity Track 
Squad (3); Freshman Week Committee (1, 
2) : Captain. Army ROTC 
Honors Day (1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



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Donald Robert Yeager. . .Topeka, Eans. 

Commerce 

Industrial Administration 

Kappa, Sigma 

Illini Theatre Guild Manager (1, 2); Star 

Course Manager (2); Illini Writers ( 1 ) ; 

Militarv Hall Committee (3); Lieutenant, 

NROTC; M.I.S. 

Washburn Municipal University 



Roger Dale Yeazel Berwyn 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Phi Delta Theta 
Marketing Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associ- 
ation; Society for the Advancement of 
Management 

Navv Pier Activities: Varsity Swimming 
Squad (1, 2); Varsity Football Squad (2); 
Host of Illini (1, 2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Theodore Say Hung Yee 

Honolulu, Hawaii 
Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Chinese Students Club; 
Svnton 
Honors Day (2) 



5erta. Jane Wyant Benton 

Agriculture 
Institution Management 
Busey Hall 
Southern Illinois University 





Geoffrey Meou Tsen Yeh 

Shanghai, China 
Engineering 
Civil Engineering 

Chinese Students Club 
Park College 



Ralph Theodore Wvatt. 
( 'ommerce 
Marketing 



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James Xerikos Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical Engineering 
Gamma Alpha Rho; Engineering Council 
(4) : A.S. 
Honors Day (3) 

Illinois Institute of Technology 



Loris Peter Xigogianis Joliet 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (3): University 
Choir (3, 4): Men's Glee Club (3, 4) 
Joliet Junior College 




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Kung Chie Yeh Wengchow, China 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; Chinese Students Club 
Park College 



Di'axe Harold Yetter Rochelle 

Commerce 
Banking and Finance 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Interfraternity Council (3, 4) : Commerce 
Council (2. 3. 4); Second Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Finance Club; Mi-Knights 
Honors Day ( 1 ) 



Clayton- LeRoy Voder St. Anne 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Geography 

M.I. A. Executive Council (3); Lieutenant, 

Army ROTC; Alpha Rho Tau: Argonaut 

Society 



Lynn Jo\nne Y VRLING Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 

Lincoln Avenue Residence Hall 
Spanish Club 

Wilson Junior College 



Irwin Yarmo Highland Park 

Liberal Arts ami Sciences 
Medicine 
Tau Epsilon Phi 
Omega Beta Pi; Illini Cnion Committee 
(1); Interfraternity Council (1); Military 
Ball Committee (3); First Lieutenant, 
Army ROTC; Scabbard and Blade 






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Nancy Hauling Yoder Pensacola 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Delta Delta Delta 
Tho Illio (1); Campus Chest (1, 2) 



Donald Loots Young Taylorville 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Alpha Tau Omega 
Interfraternitv Council (3, 4); Track 
Manager (2): Interfraternity Ball Com- 
mittee (3); Major, Air Force ROTC 



John' Wilber YOUNG Lake Zurich 

Division of Special Services 
Geography 
Lieutenant Colonel, Army ROTC ; Military 
Council; National Defense Transportation 
Association; Phalanx; Argonaut Society (2. 
3, 4) 




Robert Lee Zarbock Cicero 

Fine ami Applied Arts 
Music 
Lundgren House 
Phi Mu Alpha Sin fon ia. president (4): 
Illini Theatre Guild Cast (2); Second 
Regimental Band (2); University Sinfoni- 
etti'. (4) : University Orchestra (4) : Repor- 
tory Orchestra ( 1 ) : Fine and Applied Arts 
Council ( 1 ) ; School of Music Student Coun- 
cil ( 1 ) ; Fine and Applied Arts Society 



Richard Dale Yung Springfield 

Commerce 
< 'ommerce and Law 
Delta Sigma Pi 
Intcrfraternity Council (2); Commerce 
Council (2. 3): Junior Bar Association; 
Marketing Club; Young Democrats Club 
Honors Day (1, 2), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 





Roberta Marie Zarmin Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Spanish 
Busey Hall 
Orchesis (1): Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion; Spanish Club; Tall Illini Club 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Karin Anina Zacharias Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
( In ntistry 
Fehner House 
German Club; Navy Pier Alumni Associa- 
tion 
Honors Day (1) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Thomas John Zawacki Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 

Teacher Training in Social Sciences 

Noble House 

Navy Pier Activities: Varsity Debate 
Team (2) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 



Kosemarie Susan Zack Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
History 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Navy Pier Alumni Association 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 




l.oi is Joseph Zeleznikar Toliet 

Commerce 
I adust rial Management 
Phi Kappa 
Campus Chest (2); Captain, Army ROTC; 
Scabbard and Blade: Society for the Ad- 
vancement of Management 



Abe Samual Zaidan. . . .Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 

Journalism 

Radio 

Delta Sigma Phi 

Sigma Delta Chi; The Daily Illini (4); 

WILL (4); Captain, Air Force ROTC; 

WINI (4) 

University of Pittsburgh 




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( 'ii utLES Jam es Zem \n . . . 

Agriculture 

Floriculture 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 

Freshman Varsity Baseball 

culture ( 'lub 



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Squad : Flori- 



Delores Vera Zajicek Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
English 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Naw Pier Activities : Naw Pier Choir 
(1. 2. 3) 

Navy Pier Extension of the University of 
Illinois 





Run ird Conrad Zembrod. . .Granite City 

Agriculture 
General Agriculture 
Club Lana 
House President I :'. ) : Illini Rural Observer 
(2): Pershing Rides: Agricultural Eco- 
nomics Club 



Adib Mohamed Zakivah. . . .Kama, Syria 
Engineering 
Agricultural En gineeri n g 
A.S.A.E.; Moslem Students Association 

University of Syria; American University 
of Beirut 







William Lei. Zessar Hock Island 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Zeta Beta Tan 

Illini Union Committee (2. 3); Seen, id 

Lieutenant, Air Force ROTC; Marketing 

Cluh 

Honors Day (2 1 
AugUStana College 



Charles James Zamites Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Lux Mundi 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

North Park College 



William George Zanetakos. . . .Chicago 
Physical Education 
Physical Education 
Delta Chi 
Phi Epsilon Kappa: Tribe of Illini; Varsity 
Wrestling Squad (2, 3, 4); Letter (2) 
DePaul University 



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life 






Ei, aim. Edith Zideli St. Joseph 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Campus Chest I 1. 2) : Illini Forensic Associ- 
ation : Varsity Debate Team (4) 



Ralph Fred Ziegler New Alliens 

Veterinary Medicine 

Veterinary Medicine 
Farm House 
Alpha Phi Omega; Illini Union Committee; 
LAS Council: Plowboy Prom Committee: 
Pershing Rifles: Agriculture Club: Hoof 
and Horn Club; Student Veterinary Medical 
Association 



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Robert Stanley Zielinski Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Chemical Engineering 
Alpha Chi Sigma 
Chi Gamma Iota: Phi Eta Sigma; A.I. 
Ch.E. 
Honors Day ( 1 , 4) 



Frank Joseph Zimmerman Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Phi Kappa 
Captain, Armv ROTC; Ordnance Club; A. 
S.M.E. ; S.A.E. 



Morton Louis Zimmerman Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Newman Hall 
Phi Eta Sigma: Pershing Rifles: Marketing 
Club; Student. Junior Chamber of Com- 
merce, president (3) 

Honors Day ( 1, 2, 3), University of Illinois 
Scholarship Key 



John Vincent Zinkus Siverton 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
Newman Hall 
A.I.E.E.; I.R.E. 

Centralis Township Junior College 

LaVerne Joseph Zipprich Grafton 

Engineering 
Electrical Engineering 
A.I.E.E. -I.R.E. 

Quincy College: St. Louis University 

Ronald Frank Zitko Cicero 

Engineering 
Mechanical Engineering 
Lux Mundi 
A.S.M.E.; S.A.E. 

Morton Junior College 

Nick James Zografos Chira to 

Engineering 
civil Engineering 
Epsilon Phi Sigma; A.S.C.E.; A. S.M.E. : 
Flying Club 

Illinois Institute of Technology 









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Arwin Morton Zoller Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Political Science 
Pi Lambda Phi 

Donald Gene Zook Athens 

Engineering 
Agricultural Engineering 
A.S.A.E. 

Blackburn College 

Sherri Sophie Zuckerman Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Speech Correction 
Lincoln Avenue Residence 
Zeta Phi Eta: Illini Theatre Guild Crew 
(2) ; W.G.S. Executive Council (3) ; WILL 
(1. 2) : Spanish Club 
Honors Day ( 1) 

University of Wisconsin 



Ara Zilalian Allston, Mass. 

Physical Education 
Physical Education 



George William Ziurbier Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil Engineering 
Gar-Men 
Sigma Tau: Chi Epsilon; House President 
(4); Men's Glee Club (3. 4); First Lieu- 
tenant. Air Force ROTC; A.S.C.E. 
Cornell University 

Tatiana Zykov Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Theta Upsilon 
Displaced Persons Committee (1. 2, 3, 4); 
Polish Club; Russian Language Club 

Tinka Zvkovf Chicago 

Liberal Arts and Sciences 
Teacher Training in Spanish 



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Howard Philip Aidem 

John Robert Alles 

James Edward Ams 

Donald Robert Bahnfleth 

Walter Kirk Bartlett 

William Waterous Bolcman 

Marcus Christensen 

Edward Eugene Clark, Jr. 

Desmond Francis Collord 

Richard Francis Cummings 

John Henry Dabbert 

Robert Edwin Drom 

Kenneth Roger Dunnivant 

John Paul Eberhard 

Robert Charles Einsweiler 

Sue Ann Faldbert 

Gustav James Fehlhaber 

Betty Jane Fenn 

Edward Foster Fort 

Jay Frank Goldman 

William Dean Greenfield 

Fred Charles Hall 

Marilyn Ann Helm 

Harry Franklin Hillman 

Marilyn Louise Hindsley 

Dale Richard Hoff 

Constance Joan Hoffman 

Charles Richard Hudson 

Norman Shohichi Inoue 

Eugenia Pacwa Jaeger 

F. Harold Johnson 

Ralph Henry Johnson 

Keith Alan Kelly 

Emory Leland Kemp, Jr. 

Thomas Andrew Killoren 

Donald Leroy Klass 

Donald Edward Kraft 

Thomas Francis Leahey 

Charles Earl Lewis 

Andrew David Liehr 

James Emmett Loos 

Alice May Machotka 

Lemuel Huston McCormack, Jr. 



Ira James Mehlman 

Betty Ann Miller 

Roy John Muchna 

Franklin John Nienstedt 

William Denson North 

Harvey Bernard Nudelman 

Joan Katherine Pantke 

Albert Edward Peters 

James Robert Peterson 

Clifford Eugene Pocock 

James Richard Price 

Robert Edward Rexer 

Harlan Leon Rhoades 

Mary Catherine Riley 

Allen Jay Sabath 

Howard Ethan Schersten 

Elwood Rae Schmidt 

George Hunt Schneider 

Henry Albert Schowengerdt, Jr. 

Louise Schulz 

Robert Henry Schwaar 

Roland Norman Schweitzer 

Nancy Lou Seith 

Richard William Shellman 

Paul Griffith Shewmon 

John William Shugart 

Paul William Shuldiner 

Margaret Ann Simpson 

Harold King Sinclair 

Margaret Elaine Somers 

Max Edward Sparks 

Thelma Springer 

Philip Ralph Stablein 

Charles Marvin Stange 

Richard Eugene Stanley 

Donald Dewey Strohbeck 

Roger Lee Swank 

Lloyd Wesley Thorson 

Robert Howard Trost 

Alfredo Devera Vergara 

Donald Eugene Walker 

Frederick Robert Winter 

Paul Herman Zachan 



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Dr. Andrew ('. Evy, vice president, Univedsity of Illinois 



Chicago Professional 
Colleges 

lllini can be proud of their Alma Mater for its 
many contributions in the fields of public service, 
teaching, and research. 

The past year was marked by numerous scientific 
contributions by members of the University faculty. 
Programs in the School of Nursing, the Graduate 
College, and Occupational Therapy are being de- 
veloped; Dentistry has developed a post-graduate 
program. The Chicago Professional Colleges have 
continually sought to extend their public services 
through such agencies as the Research and Educa- 
tional Hospitals, the Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary, 
the Division of Services for Crippled Children, and 
the Institution for Tuberculosis Research. 

The University will continue to improve its present 
functions and will initiate others with the purpose 
of rendering even greater contributions in the 
health sciences. 




Ground is broken for the new East 

Unit of the Dentistry-Medicine-Phar- 

macy Building. 

Dean Allan Brodie, dentistry; Dr. 

Andrew C. Ivy; Dean Earl Series, 

pharmacy; Dean Stanley Olson, inrdi- 

cine 



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Maurice J. Galbraith 


Paul A. Hartley 


Wilma Troxel 


John E. Millizen 


dean of student affairs 


associate director of non- 


librarian 


administrator in the research 




academic personnel 




and educational hospitals 




Howard A. Hazleton 
business manager 



E. Elizabeth Geiger 
director of University of Illinois 
Cook County School of Nursing 



Administrative 
Officials 



C. Lincoln Williston 
manager of public information 



Margaret D. Johnson 

manager of the Chicago Illini 

Union 



Harry W. Pearce 

superintendent of buildings 
and grounds 



Thomas S. Jones 
director of illustration studios 




George R. Moon 
examiner and recorder 




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538 



College of Dentistry 

The College of Dentistry, under the direction of 
its dean, Dr. Allen G. Brodie, has become one of 
the finest institutions of its kind in the world. Unsur- 
passed in clinical and research facilities, it has at- 
tracted many of the greatest men in dentistry to 
its staff. Although the College's primary aim is the 
preparation of men and women for the practice of 
dentistry, an extensive research program is carried 
on. Three hundred students are presently enrolled 
in the College of Dentistry. 

The proximity of the College of Dentistry to the 
College of Medicine is a distinct advantage. Most 
of the dental students' basic courses are taken with 
medical students. This not only gives the students 
a thorough understanding of the basic sciences, but 
also fosters respect and a spirit of friendship and 
admiration between members of the two profes- 
sional colleges. 



College of Dentistry 




Dean Allan G. Brodie 




As a part of its clinical training, 
the College is sponsoring a children's 
program. Each student, as he begins 
his clinical work, is assigned to two 
children. He is responsible for their 
dental health during his four years of 
schooling. The college feels that this 
program engenders confidence on 
the part of the dentist. 

In living up to its reputation as a 
pioneer in dental education, the Col- 
lege of Dentistry is experimenting 
with the seminar method of teaching 
a correlation of theory and of prac- 
tice. It is felt that discussion by stu- 
dent and teacher of facts and their 
application to dental problems both 
encourage the student and develop 
his interest. The plan is still in the 
experimental stage, but so far has 
proved an impor-tant step in dental 
education. 



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Dental Seniors 



Standing: Francis Towner, vice president Robert Lee. student council 
representative; Edward Maehara, student council representative 

Seated: Archie Wollard, student council representative; Gordon Ander- 
son, president ; Frederick Choisser, secretary 

Not in panel: Charles Hnrlbnrt. treasurer 



Gordon D. Anderson Rockford 

B.S. 
Christian Medical Society; Student Council: 
Executive Student Council; Class President 
(4) 



Vincent Angelo 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



. Chicago 



Jerry F. Balaty. 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



. Chicago 



Darwin Smith Barrett. 
B.S. 

Psi Omega 



.New Holland 



Lawrence Mitchell Benzuly. .Oak Pari 

B.S. (2) 
Alpha Omega 



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Marvin L. Bernstein. 

B.S. (2) 
Alpha Omega 



. Chicago 



Arthur Basil Buckley. 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



. Chicago 



Frederick George choisser. . . .Eldorado 
I'm Omega; Dental Student Council (3); 
Class Secretary (4) ; Psi Omega 



Robert Philit Dahmann Lovington 

Psi Omega; Dental R.O.T.C. 



William John Daisman, Jr Morion 

B.S. 
Psi Omega; Dental R.O.T.C. 



Lawrence DeVerne Dw 



Fairgrove, Mich. 



Samuel Thomas Deahl Martinsville 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



John William Douglas Illiopolis 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 









Robert Ernest Going. 

A.B.; B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



. Park Riilr/r 



Carter Eugene Hagberg Springfield 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



Kenneth B. Hoffman. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



.Chicago 



Sam Joseth Fantozzi Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Vincent Leonard Fiocca Chicago 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 

Curtis W. Fisher Aurora 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 








Charles Erwin Hurlburt Whcaton 

B.S. 

Class Treasurer (3, 4) 



Norman Nathan Jacobs 
B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta 



. Chicago 



Ronald Walter Koster. 

U.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



. Dee Plaincs 



Bazil Theodore Geckler, Jr. 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



Georgetown 



Richard Herman Georges Savanna 

B.S. 
Psi Omega: Illini Union Social Committee 
(3, 4) : Illio Committee (4) 



Irving Gittelman. 
B.S. 

Alpha Omega 



.Brooklyn, N. T. 









Robert Emmett Lee. 
A.B.; B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta 



. A urora 



David Albert Lichtenwalter . . . .Toledo 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



Edward Goro Maehara. .Honolulu, T. U. 

Delia Sigma Delta 



M. Raymond Maume . . 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



. Peoria 



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Charles Hal. Masters Rochelle 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 

Donald Ellis Maxwell Canton 

B.S. 
Psi Omega ; Student Council C2) 

Connbll C. Medley Ottawa 

Delta Sigma Delta 

Gerald L. Michels Aurora 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 

Wilmore Neiditch Chicago 

B.S. 

Alpha Omega 

Grant Winfield Nelson Chicago 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 

1k\ M. Niederman Chicago 

B.S. 

Alpha Omega 

Neal A. Nielsen, Jr Lombard 

Delta Sigma Delta 













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Ken.i e OGAT \ Sterling 

B.S. 
Dental Student Council: Class Vice Presi- 
dent (2); Class President (3) 

Leonard Pawlowski Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Glenn J. Pratt Springfield 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



Ervin Robert Bamberg 

Grand Forks, N. I). 
B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



Allen Rosenberg 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 



. Chicago 



Richard John Rost. 
B.S. 

Delta Sigma Delta 



. Bloomington 



Carl Edmund Singer. 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 



.Chicago 



Hymen Siver 
Alpha Omega 



. Ch icago 



Alvin Slomowitz. 

A.B.: U.S. 
Alpha Omega 



.Paterson, N. J. 



Howard Arch Stone Clinton 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta; Dental R.O.T.C. 

Leonard Henry Stone Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega 

William Frank Stroner. Jr Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



Charles Lester Thomas 

B.S. 

Psi Omega; Intramural Manager 



(lalesburg 



Francis William Towner Elgin 

B.A. ; B.S. 
Psi Omega; Class Secretary (1) ; Class Vice 
President (4) 



Carlysle David Udehn Moline 

B.A. ; B.S. 















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Eugene Unti McHennj 

B.S. 

Psi Omega; Class Treasurer (1) 

Sam F. Wallis Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Mu Phi 

Mark Watanabe Chicago 

Delta Sigma Delta 

George Leslie Watts Chicago 

B.S. 
Delta Sigma Delta 

Myron Sheldon Winer Chicago 

B.S. 

Archie Paul Woolard Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 

Richard Harold Zelenka Chicago 

B.S. 
Psi Omega 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED 
Milton Silver 
Milda A. Ziema 



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Top row: William Stroner, Jerry Balaty, Bazil Geckler, Francis Towner, vice president; Robert Going. William Dausmann, Darwin Barrett, Leonard 

Pawlowski, Gordon Anderson, president ; Archie Wollard, Robert Lee 
Fourth row: Frederick Choisser, secretary ; Richard Rost, Howard Stone, Eugene T'nti. Kenje Ogata, Raymond Marine, Myron Winer, Lawrence Day, 

Curtis Fisher, Charles Hurlburt, treasurer; Vincent Fiocca, Kenneth Hoffman 
Third row: Alvin Slomowitz, Sam Wallis, Wilmore Neiditch, Richard Zelenka, Samuel Deahl, Donald Maxwell, Carter Hagherg. Irving Gittelman, 

George Watts, Carlysle Udehn, Norman Jacobs. Neal Nielsen 
Second row: John Douglas, David Lichtenwalter, Richard Georges, Vincent Angelo, Edward Maehara, Robert Dahman. Arthur Buckley, Ronald 

Koster. Charles Masters, Hymen Siver, Ira Niederman. Gerald Michels 
First row: Allen Rosenberg, Mark Watanabe, Ervin Ramberg, Sam Fantozzi, Milda Ziema. Lawrence Benzuly, Carl Singer, Grant Nelson, Glenn Pratt 
Not in panel : Marvin Bernstein, Connell Medley, Milton Silver, Leonard Stone. Charles Thomas 



Dental IV Class 



Dental III Class 



Top row: Kenneth Anderson, Harry Iida, Henry Antolak, Edward Klecinic, Walter Karbowski, Bernard Schneider. Richard Corley, George Oster- 

berger, Wilbur Reed. Louis Andriasevich, Karl Hallwass, John Duis Alexander Ronnett, Thomas Nagele 
Fourth row: Kenneth Lecocq, Ben Magier, David Lawless, Norman Glazier, Bert Anton, Thomas Case, Jean Jacobi, Melvin Platenka, Ludmilla Pe- 

trauskas, John Schultz, Edward Reilly, Aija Cirulis, Stanley Stein, Arthur Rogel 
Third row: Lawrence Anderson, president ; William Burns, Ralph Frickenstein, George Thomas, Charles Hebting. Mark Gundrum. Irene Norgello, 

David Graver, John Iliescu, Clifford Brown, Robert Brewer, Orval DeWeerth, Dan Pickle, Gale Hutchinson, Hirsh Busch 
Second row: Richard Hendricks, Elaine Steubner, Conrad Nielsen, Gerald Crank, Edward Hatton, William Rominger, Harry Price, Robert Zelikow, 

Lawrence Schaller, Teofile Jurkunas, Elena Repsys, Anna Prunskis, Joseph Aimone. Claude Driskell, Ralph Carnow 
First row: William Jackson, treasurer; Donald Brink, Robert Goshgarian, John Kloehn, Joseph Limosani, George Sturman, vice president : Morton 

Epstein, Robert Dudenbostel, Philip Levinsky, Kenneth Freedman. Marvin Koslov 
Not in panel: Frederick Nolen. William Frieden. Raymond Tupy, Ralph Hansford, Gilbert Mackey, Paul Frankenstein, Robert Irish, John Weiss 



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Top row: Horner Jordan, Gordon Glaysher, Robert Miles, treasurer: Donald Braunagel, secretary; Edward Obrock. Kenneth Toy, Robert Parsons, George 

Kottemann, Henry Pelc, John Baninan, Herbert Kazmer, Robert Coberley, president; Paul Therkildsen 
Fourth rotr: Marvin Hirsh, Thomas Christie, vice president; Donald McNeil, John Ritter. David Reithel, Howard Chun, Matthew Samaras, John Kloos- 

ter, Frank Knoblock, Donald Knoeppel, George Marquardt 
Third row: Paul Anders, Jack French, John Westine, David Selwyn, Lee Bennett, Donald Hoick. Donald Buckley, Louis Saad, Morris Bernstein, Ralph 

Council, Robert Wertz 
Second row: Chester Jasiczek, David Maryn. Theodore Century. Arthur Libanoff, Sheldon Bulwa. Leonard Quartetti, Charles Keel, Bertram Fivelson, 

Ralph Berenson, Leo Sabien, James Carroll. Harold Sandercock 
Bottom row: Deane Doolen, Edmund Kowalik, Edward Krizek. Thomas Warda, Richard Henry, Thomas Chamberlin, Jr., Lawrie Glickinan, Harvey Imber 
Xol in panel: Daryl Burns, William P. Burns, Clarence Cox. Donald Gabor, Don Gardner, Raymond Hammer. Donald Horton, Stewart Malkin, Robert 

Moore, Lawrence Myers, Royal Norman, Reinhardt Schoppe, Nicholas Simios, George Snath. John Stanley. Casimir Trelka, William Trimarco 



Dental II Class 



Dental I Class 



Top row: James Eiffes, Sherwin Laff, Valentine Corrado, secretary; Edward Tye, Wallace Long. Gary Weaver, Arthur Friduss, Robert Eisinger, Norman 
Pfeifer, W'alter Godelausky 

Fourth row: Jack Kashihara, Arthur Grimmenga, Louis Darwish, William Micheltree, Jesse Hader. William Daly, vice president; Duane Hasselbring, 
treasurer; William Maurer, Joseph Schott, Eugene Casperson, Joseph Allen 

Third row: Boleslaw Mazur, Joe Takehara, Francis Maly. Herbert Rosenstein, Peter McCaughey, John Miller, Hugh Flanagan, student council repre- 
sentative; Thomas Feeney, Richard DeJanld, Milton Albert 

Second row: Harry Wolff, Herbert Lerch, Stuart Bernstein, Richard Bieles. Michael Dyer, president; Eugene Yale. Robert Woodbury, student council 
representative ; Joseph Granata, Louis Dimas, Arthur Solomon 

Bottom row: Nal McDyer, John Kaminski, Ada Himma, Vincent Sacchetti, Richard Saiki, Hershey Bobbins, James Allison. Peter Irvine 

Not in panel: Marvin Antman, Jonathan Barrett, Robert Baxter, Thomas Chung, Albert Friedman, Edward Gilberg, Chikara Hiroshige. John Kaeser, 
John Kaminski, Melvin Kaplan, Linton Keith, Harry Kim, Donald Kolmer. William Lazarus, Eugene Lekan. George Lenowich, Herbert Lerch, 
John Maddrell, Francis Maly, Joseph Matuga. Thomas Mear. Raymond Meyer, Jerry Newell, Pete Paesani, student council representative ; Leonard 
Pekoff, Bernard Podlasinski, Robert Pulliam, Sam Sasamoto, Gerald Silver, William Venema. Gary Weaver. Carl Weber, James Wood, Eugene 
Zawlocki, Charles Zelmore 



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Top ro«.- Robert. Goshgarian, John Kloehn. secretary-treasurer; Kenneth Anderson, Robert Lee, Deane Doolen, Lonis Saad 
Bottom row: Morton Epstein, Edward Maehara, Gordon Anderson, president; Carl Singer, Archie Woolard 
Not in panel: Robert Wertz, George Smith 



Dental Student Council rSTSJS programs of 



Association of Philippine Graduate 

r^ .' ■ organized for dentists who graduated from the Philippine 
LyentlSlS Islands 

Virginia Carbonell, Sol Flores, faculty advisor; Patrorinio Isidro. Cayetano Eustaquio, Lnz Macapanpan, president 
Not in panel: Osman Luis, Felix Mabunay, Virginia C'hna 



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Dental R, O. T. G 



The Dental R.O.T.C. Unit was organized in 
September, 1948, and at present has an en- 
rollment of fifty students. The Corps is open 
to all first year male students under 29 years 
of age, if they are physically qualified, and to 
upper-classmen who are under 3 I years of age 
and are veterans. 





Major Leo P. Baranowski 



R.O.T.C. Dental Cadets at Fort Benning, Georgia, for a six 
weeks' training period, receive intensified Army dental instruc- 
tion. Pictured left to right are: Fred Burnell, University of 
California College of Dentistry; Charles Nichols, University of 
Illinois College of Dentistry: Ronald Albright, University of 
Minnesota College of Dentistry. 



Top row : Raymond Marme. Kenneth Hoffman, Louis Andriasevich. Robert Lee, Howard Stone. Ralph Council. William Dausmann 
Bottom row: Major Leo F. Baranowski, Carter Hagberg, Jack French, Henry Pelc, Ronald Koster, Sgt. John J. Martin 



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Dental Fraternities 

On the following pages will be 
found pictures of the dental fra- 
ternities. 



Alpha Omega 



Top row: Marvin Hirsh, secretary; Edward Gilberg, Sherwin Lalf, Norman Glazier. David Maryn, Bertram Fivelson, Marvin Kozlov, Morris Bern- 
stein, Stewart Malkin 

Second row: George Sturman, Hirsh Busch, treasurer; Bernard Schneider, Arthur Libanoff, Ralph Berenson, Morton Epstein, vice president; 
Theodore Century. Ralph Carnow, Kenneth Freedman 

Bottom row: Leonard Stone, Hymen Siver, Alvin Slomowitz, Marvin Bernstein, Robert Zelikow, president; Lawrence Benzuly, Ira Niederman, Wil- 
moro Neiditch, Allen Rosenberg 

Not in panel: Irving Gittelman, Ben Magier, Stanley Stein, Sheldon Bulwa, Lawrie Gliokman, Harvey Imber 




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Top row : Robert Going, Henry Antolak, Harry Iida, Gordon Glaysher, Walter Karbowski, John Weiss, Kenneth Toy, Edward Obrock. Edward Krizek, 

Herbert Kazmer, Dr. Surindar Bhaskar, Robert Coberley, Kenneth Hoffman, Lawrence Anderson 
Fourth row: Connell Medley, Gerald Michels, Norman Jacobs, Thomas Case, Robert Brewer, Garter Hagberg, Bert Anton, Deane Doolen, George 

Marquardt, Richard Henry, George Watts, Curtis Fisher, Grant Nelson. Vincent Fiocca 
Third row: Richard Rost, David Grauer, Arthur Buckley, Leo Sabien, Jean Jacobi, John Douglas. Mark Gundrum, Charles Masters, Edmund Ko- 

walik, Thomas Warda, Gale Hutchinson, Robert Wert/, 
Second row: Neal Nielsen, Robert Goshgarian, William Burns, Robert Lee, Carl Singer. Edward Maehara, Lawrence Schaller, Louis Saad, James 

Carroll, Paul Anders, George Kottemann, Joseph Aimone, Harry Price, Glenn Pratt 
Bottom row: Dr. Thomas Barber. Dr. William Raleigh, Dr. S. Sol Flores, Dr. W. H. Kubacki. Dr. Waldeinar Link, Mark Watanabe, Ervin Ramberg, 

Ronald Koster, Howard Stone. Dr. John Spence. Dr. Robert Lundgren 
Not in panel: John Kloehn. Robert Moore, Harold Sandercock, Reinhardt Shoppe 



Delta Sigma Delta 



Founded, University of Michigan, 1882 
Rho Chapter, 1H92 
35 Active Chapters 



Standing: Howard Stone, treasurer; Ervin Ramberg, vice president and 
social chairman; Ronald Koster. secretary; David Grauer. rush in') 
chairman and historian 

Seated: Dr. Thomas Barber, deputy: Mark Watanabe, president 




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Standing: Charles Reel, rushing chairman ; David Lawless, social chair- 
man; Richard Corley, house treasurer; Darwin Barrett, house 
manager; Donald Brink, fraternity treasurer; Kenneth Leeoeq, 
secretary 

Seated: Dr. Gordon Stastny. faculty advisor; Richard Georges, grand 
master; Dr. Dale Lipe, deputy councilor; Raymond Marine, grand 
master; Dr. John Pracyk, assistant deputy councilor 



Founded. Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, 1892 

Beta Alpha Chapter, 1903 

35 Active Chapters 



Psi Omega 



Top row: Dan Pickle, Robert Miles. Francis Towner, Louis Andriasevich. Donald Braunagel, Richard Corley, Kenneth Anderson, Robert Parsons, 

William Stroner, Leonard Pawlowski 
Fourth row: Bazil Geckler, Thomas Nagele, John Ritter. David Lawless. John Duis, David Lichten waiter. Eugene Unti, Gerald Crank, Archie Woolard 
Third row : Orval DeWeerth, Jack French, William Rominger, Clifford Brown, Donald Maxwell. Edward Hatton, Robert Dudenbostel, Kenneth Lecocq 
Second row: Leonard Quartetti, Dr. Gorson Stastny. Donald Brink. Donald Hoick, Richard Georges, Raymond Marme, Charles Reel 
Bottom row: Thomas Christie, Dr. Arthur DiDea, Donald McNeil. Charles Thomas. Sam Fantozzi, Ralph Frickenstein 

Not in panel: Vincent Angelo, Jerry Balaty. Darwin Barrett. Frederick Choisser, Robert Dahman, William Dausmann, Samuel Deahl, Paul Franken- 
stein. William Frieden, Richard Hendricks, Robert Irish. Chester Jasiczek, Gilbert Mackey, Frederick Nolen, Royal Norman, Ralph Ransford, 
John Stanley, George Thomas. Casimir Trelka, William Trimarco, Raymond Tupy, Richard Zelenka 




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College of Medicine 

The University of Illinois College of Medicine, one 
of the largest medical schools in the nation, was 
founded in 1881 as an independent proprietary insti- 
tution. In 1897, the College of Medicine became 
affiliated with the University of Illinois and, in 1913, 
it became an integral part of it. The college is located 
on the West Side of Chicago. 

Starting with few clinical facilities, the college has 
expanded and now offers study in the University of 
Illinois Research and Educational Hospital, Presby- 
terian Hospital, Cook County Hospital, as well as 
other hospitals in the area. With the recent addition 
to the Research and Educational Hospital and the 
new east unit of the Dentistry-Medicine-Pharmacy 
Building, the college boasts of a staff of 800 leading 
educators, clinicians, and scientists. Yearly, 200 thor- 
oughly trained physicians graduate from the college. 

Outstanding is the contribution of the college to 
the progress of medicine through its research pro- 
grams. Each year, its scientific staff advances the 
frontiers of medical knowledge. 

The University of Illinois College of Medicine is 
still going forward. Further expansion of facilities for 
training more and better doctors in the future is fast 
becoming a reality. 




Dean Stanley W. Olson 



Site of the new east unit of the Dentistry-Medicine-Pharmacy Building 





Top row: Ronald Teichner, student council representative : Robert Pax- 
ton, vice president 

Bottom row: Harold Shafter, president: Ruth Dalton, treasurer; Clif- 
ford Nyman, student council representative 

Not in panel: Harry Lewis, secretary; Frank Lanuti. student council 
representative 



Medical Seniors 



Gene Ahern Quincy 

B.S. 

Robert James Ansley Chicago 

B.S. (2) 

Theodore Apa Chicago 

Na Sigma Nu 

Phillip Girard Avalon Chicago 

Nu Sigma Nu 

Stuart Jay Bachman Chicago 

B.A.; B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 






Wallace Bailey Moffit, K. D. 

B.A. : B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa 

Sheldon Berger Chicago 

B.A. ; B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha ; 
Phi Beta Kappa 

Virginia A. Biska Urbana 

B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota 

Fred Louis Bobzien Chicago 

James Louis Bremer Metropolis 



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Norman Robert Brill Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

David Albert Bristow Paris 

B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu 

Edward Peter Bruchan Chicago 

B.S. 
Christian Medical Society 

Perry Albert Brucker Normal 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 









V 




High Edwin Cooper Peoria 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; S.A.M.A. 

David Gordon Daehler Champaign 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; S.A.M.A.; Christian Medical 
Society; Illio Committee 

Ruth Margaret Dalton Chicago 

B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota; Illio Committee; Class 
Treasurer (4) 

William L. Daugherty West. Union 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 



David John Buchanan. . . .IJuron, S. D. 

B.A. ; B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; Pi Kappa Epsilon; S.A.M.A., 
National President (4) 




A 



Charles Raymond Edman. . . . 

B.S. 
Pi Kappa Epsilon 



Wlieatoa 



Ralph G. Carlson Richmond 

B.S. (2) 



Ellen Kodish Cohen. 

B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota 



. Chicago 



Hyman Lewis Cohen. .Washington. D. C. 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Delta Epsilon, President (3); Phi Mn 
Phi 



John Douglas Condie 



Minneapolis, Minn. 



B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 










JACK Martell Estes Metropolis 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Rho Sigma 

David Alan Fell Rochelle 

B.A. ; B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 

Burton W. Fink Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

William Edward Fishman Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



Glenn \Y illard Flagg Sherman 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; S.A.M.A. ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Helen W. Fox Chicago 

B.S.; M.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota ; Phi Beta Kappa 

Ronald Edward Fox Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

Vardith Levy Fox Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Alpha Epsilon Iota; A. I. M.S. 

Alvin R. Frank Oak Park 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha 

John Warren Frisch Bloomington 

A.B.; B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma ; Alpha Omega Alpha 



Edward Paul Gerber. . . .Aberdeen, S. D. 

B.S. (2) 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha 



Jack Louis Gibbs Canton 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma; Pi Kappa Epsilon; Medical 
Student Council (1) ; Intrafraternity Coun- 
cil (3) ; Mini Union Social Committee (3, 
4) 



Marvin Eugene Gold Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Delta Epsilon ; Phi Beta Kappa 













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Arnold Irving Goldberg Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Alpha Omega Alpha 

< ILEMENT A. GOTWAY Hardin 

B.S. 

Phi Rho Sigma 

Ludwig ST. Grandl Lombard 

B.S. (2) 

Nu Sigma Nu 

Arthur Sidney Granston Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Leo Richard Green Alton 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 



Donald Herbert Greenberg . . . . Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



Roy Halpern Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

Bernard Hankin Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

Takeshi Hayashida Chicago 

B.S. 
Pi Kappa Epsilon 



WitoLiAM Frederick Hensold. . .Danville 
A.B. 

Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha 



Robkbt Harold Herman Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Illinois Academy of Science; Society of 
Illinois Bacteriologists; A.A.A.S. 



John Mitchell Hill lit. Carmel 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha; S.A. 
M.A. ; Phi Mu Phi 

Paul Hirsch Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon ; S.A.M.A. 

William James Hooan Joliet 

B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu 

Anthony John Ierulli Peoria 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 

Stephen Jacula Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; S.A.M.A. 

Frank Pierr Johnson Moline 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; Medical Student Council (2) 



Richard George Johnson, Jr.. .Rockford 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega Alpha ; Phi Beta Kappa 






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John McKinley Johnston Benton 

A.B.; B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; Pi Kappa Epsilon; 
Interfraternity Council; S.A.M.A. 



William Monroe Johnston .. Champaign 
B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu 



William Donald Jones. 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 



.Steward 



Eli M. Katz 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



.Chicago 



Marion Kenneth Kaufmans 

Cleveland, Ohio 
B.S.; B.A. 



John E. Kerr, Jr Champaign 

D.V.M.; B.S. (2) 
Alpha Kappa Kappa ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Otto Dyck Klassen Bluff ton, Ohio 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega Alpha 

Irving Kuperman Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Alpha Omega Alpha ; Phi Beta Kappa 

Frank L. Lan£tti Ladd 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Rho Sigma; Pi Kappa Epsilon; Class 
President (3) ; Medical Student Council, 
President (4); Class Vice President (1); 
Class Treasurer (2) 



Howard John Larson Aurora 



Dale Martin Learned. 
B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu 



.Kankakee 



Richard Vernon Lee .... West Frankfort 
B.S. 



Allen Harold Lefstin Chicago 

Ph.B.: B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Herbert Levin Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

Harry Lee Lewis Benton 

Phi Beta Pi; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; S.A.M.A. : 
Illini Union Display Committee 

Jerome Leonard Lipin Chicago 

B.S. (2) ; M.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; A.A.A.S. 

Sidney Theodore Lubin Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

Tofiel Thomas Lukasik Canton 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Beta Pi 












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Robert Taylor Lundeen Moline 

A.B.; B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu 

Timothy Arthur Manning Chicago 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu; Phi Mu Phi 

James Richard Marks Edwardsville 

B.S. (2) 
Nu Sigma Nu ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; S.A. 
M.A. ; Class Vice President (2) 

William Henry Marshall Serena 

A.B.; B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; Pi Kappa Epsilon; Medical 
Student Council ; Executive Student Coun- 
cil; Illini Union Social Committee; S.A. 
M.A., President (4) ; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil, President (4) 

Frank Masao Matsumoto Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; Pi Kappa Epsilon; Medical 
Student Council ; Illini Union Social Com- 
mitlee 

Alvin Abraham Miller Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Raymond Nicholas Miller Aurora 

A.B.; B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 

Robert Glasgow Miller Torkville 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa; S.A.M.A.; Illini 
Union Social Committee 

Charles George Moertel Afaywood 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma; Alpha Omega Alpha 



Marvin Fred Morrison . 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



.Chicago 



Basil, Anthony Moskoff. 

A.B.; B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



. Zeigler 



Lester Arnold Nathan Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; Pi Kappa Epsilon 






Robert Eugene Paxton Chicago 

IIS. 

Nu Sigma Nu 

Jack Willard Pearson Joliet 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu; S.A.M.A. 

Lenin Pellegrino Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 



Robert Joseph Nejdl. 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 



. Brookfield 





Arthur William Peterson, Jr.. .Chicago 

B.S. 
Christian Medical Society 



Robert Stephen Norman. 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 



. Chicago 



Clifford O. Nvman Lockport 

B.S.; M.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 

Nick P. Pace Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 

John C. Parrott Kankakee 

A.B.; B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu ; S.A.M.A. 

Charles Nathan Patton Divernon 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma; Christian Medical Society 







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Robert Benjamin Pildes Chicago 

B.S.; B.A. 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; Alpha Omega Alpha ; 
Phi Beta Kappa 

Donald Richard Platt Chicago 

Fred R. Portnev Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

John Casimir Pkzypyszny Chicago 

A.B.; B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma ; Pi Kappa Epsilon ; S.A. 

M.A. ; Alpha Omega Alpha 



John Gould Raffensperger Henri/ 



. I; m'I'ai'ort Chicago 

B.S. : D.D.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Irvikg Michael Rasgon Chicago 

B.S. 

Phi Delta Epsilon ; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Charles Reach LaSalle 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Lambda Kappa ; S.A.M.A. ; Phi Mu 
Phi; Illini Union Social Committee 



Robert Alvin Reifman. 
B.A.; B.S. 

Alpha Omega Alpha 



.Chicago 



Alfred W. Reschke Chicago 

Allen Curtis Riggle Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 

Anita Robbins Chicago 

B.A.; B.S. 
Alpha Epsilon Iota ; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Joseph Howard Robbins Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon ; Pi Kappa Epsilon 



Robert Arthur Ronne . Grand Fork, N.D. 

B.S. (2) ; B.A. 
Phi Beta Pi 








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Dale Henry Rosenberg Springfield 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 

Donald Frank Sandner Mt. Olive 

B.A. 
Phi Beta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa 

Walter Saphir Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Mu Phi 

Richard Edwin Schaede TJrbana 

B.S. (2) 
Nu Sigma Nu 

Donald Muskat Schleifer Dundee 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa 

Sidney Edward Schnitz Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon 

Howard Russell Searight Wheaton 

Frank Sek Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 

Harold Alvin Shafter Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha; 
Pi Kappa Epsilon ; Medical Student Coun- 
cil ; Class President (4) 




Morton- Shane Chicago 

R.S. (2) 
Phi Lambda Kappa: Alpha Omega. Alpha: 
Phi Beta Kappa 

Daniel Shapiro Chicago 

B.S. 

Harold Buddy Shrifter Chicago 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Lambda Kappa 

Robert Simon Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Epsilon ; Alpha Omega Alpha : Pi 
Kappa Epsilon ; Illio Committee 



George Charles Slezak . W estern Springs 
B.S. 



Robert D. Smith Pekin 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma: Medical Student Council 
(2) 



Bernard Herbert Smookleb. . . .Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa; Alpha Omega Alpha: 
Pi Kappa Epsilon 



John Carston Sparks illendale 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi; S.A.M.A. ; Mini Union Dis- 
play Committee 



Jack Oliver Spicer. 

B.S. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



. Decatur 




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Don \li> Emerson Stehr Naperville 

B.A. 
Phi Rho Sigma 



Charles Leroy Steidinger. .Cissna Park 
B.S. 

Nil Sigma Nu 



Rosita Stephan Chicago 

B.S. 

Alpha Epsilon Iota ; Alpha Omega Alpha 

Richard Eugene Steury Danville 

B.S. 
Nu Sigma Nu; Alpha Omega Alpha; Phi 
Beta Kappa 

Jack Strong Aurora 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 

Ronald Eugene Sumner Peoria 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Beta Pi ; S.A.M.A. ; Phi Mn Phi 

Charles John Supple Danville 

B.S. (2) 

Nu Sigma Nu 

Ralph Kent Swedlund Galesburg 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 



Alan Daniel Swensen. . .Bismarck, .V.Z>. 



Ronald Teichner Chicago 

Alpha Omega Alpha. President (4) 



William Victor Torricelli Tovey 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 



Eldon Dale VanSandt. 

B.S. (2) 
Phi Beta Pi 



.Litchfield 



John Willard Veirs. . 
B.S. 

Nu Sigma Nu; S.A.M.A. 



. Vrbaiia 




Philip Wagenaar Chicago 

B.S. 
Phi Lambda Kappa: Alpha Omega Alpha 



Robert Neil Watson . 

B.S. 
Phi Beta Pi 



.Fargo, N.D. 



Milford Gerald Wyman. 

B.S. 
Alpha Omega Alpha 



.DuQuoin 



H. Albert Zimmer. . . 

A.B. 
Phi Beta Pi; S.A.M.A. 



.Moline 



Julian Irving Zinder. 
B.S. 

Phi Beta Kappa 



. < 7( icago 



SENIORS 
Allan Lawrence Abramson 
Myron Ellis Berman 
William C. Brennan 
Howard B. Brenner 
Clarence Crosby Close 
Robert L. Deiss 
Conrad F. Ernst 
George Raymond Fricke 
CHRISTOPHER Groen 

Richard Hong 

William Kendall Hooks, Jr. 
John William Johnson 
James Edward Jones 
William Clyde Katel 
Alfred D. Klinger 



NOT PICTURED 

Samuel Kremen 
Sheldon Earl Layin 
William Robert Martin 
Edward Frederick Murray. Jr. 
Maurice Sidney Nadelman 
Norman Harvey- Nelson 
Thomas Anthony Nicholson 
Robert Earl Nyqcist 
Michael Peter Pill 
Ernest Leslie Propes 
Marvin Arnold Rawitcii 
William Singer 
Cedric M. Smith 
Abraham Waksaski 
Paul Zettas 



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Top row: Amos Bratrude, Dwight Freeman, Kenneth Fetrow, Robert Foley, John Pfau, Clarence Benson. John Funk, Richard Vandermyde, Ralph 

Ade, Joseph Symmonds, Ralph Casciaro 
Third row: Martin Morris, John Keraman, Robert D. Miller, John Andrews, Robert Drom, William Briney, Homer Fleisher, Sheldon Kreiselman, 

Charles Wakefield, Lelan Stallings, Sal Piazza, Glenn Fiscus 
Second row: Byron Ruskin, John Schmidt, Russell Stauffer, William Markel. Thoburn Patton. Don Gilchrist, John Spellmeyer, Angelo Spinazzola, 

Eugene Raney, Thomas Pollard, Joseph Lassman, Xahnian Greenberg 
Bottom row: Ernest Moon, Charles Inskeep, Robert Schenck, Hallard Beard, George Lambakis, Edmund Andracki, James Turns, Edward Lichter, 

Gilbert Miller, Charles Ayers, Richard Williams 



Medical II Class 



Top row: Robert Mulhausen, Clyde Wieland, Ernest Lane, Gerhard Haase, Lorris Bowers, Richard Soderberg, Richard Webb, Lester Grubgeld, John 
Mason, Marvin Mishkin, Andrew Larsen, Milton Bibergal 

Third row: Allen Meyer, Louis Wilhelmi, Arnold Shkolnik, Bernard Lewis, Mandel Schwarz, Leon Zoghlin, Joseph Hageman, Norman Venger, Alan 
Gordon, Jack O'Brian, Robert Wood, Lawrence Shapiro, Peter Pleotis 

Second row: Earl Norling, Paul Kelley, Hershell Keeling, Samuel Plant, Philip Spielnian, Raymond Hechter, John Peters, Delbert Williams, Ernest 
Courier, Hyman Muslin, William Rubinson 

Bottom row: Irving Bloom, Genevieve Wagner, Barbara Rocah, Pola Piotrowski, Arlene Smith, Harold Jensen, president; Jean Boatright, vice 
president; Paul Brothers, treasurer ; Doris Beatty, secretary ; Maridee Knipmeyer, Zena Kagan, Gabrielle Woloshin, Lawrence Petz 

Not in panel: William Anderson, Richard Blankshain. Patricia Bluett, Gerald Iiuckman, Edward Busch, Leo Capocchi, Vivian Cation, Joseph Cece, 
John Cletcher. Kenneth Cohen, Sheldon Cohen, John Cullinan, Charles Davis, Harry Dobbrunz, John Dunlop, Don Ervin, Robert Farner, Charles 
Gavin, Don Gilchrist, Gordon Glassford, Daniel Gorenberg, Marshall Grobert, Howard Gurevitz, William Halloran, Donald Hanscom, Robert 
Helmich, William Hodges, Victor Horvitz, Joseph Hosek. Edsel Hudson, Ethel Isaac, Edward Jekot, Quentin Johnson. W. Dudley Johnson, 
Mann, John Mason, Richard Maulding, Daniel McCarthy, Sheldon Miller, Robert Mueller, Marilyn O'Brien. Richard O'Connor, Clinton Pace, 
George Pearah, Robert Pensinger, William Pieper, Ernest Poole. Stuart Roberts. Charles Samet, Arthur Savitt, Walter Schroeder, Maurice 
Schwartz. William Shackelford. Sheldon Sher. Roy Slezak. Ralph Stagner. Robert Stanley, Tom Staple. George Sweeney. Vernon Wallace. Ernest 
Warner. Frederic. Watson, Kenneth Wehrle, Bernard Weinstein, Harold Zenisek, James Zettas 



563 





Top row: Lawrence Gray, William Kennedy, Merle Crossland, treasurer; Jack Remington, Thomas Stilwell, Sheldon Slodki, Charles Crown, Joel Eakins, 

Hugh Falls, student council representative; Selwyn Shkolnik 
Fourth row: Earle Crandall, George Keranen, Fred Rowe, Eugene Stern, Eugene Weinstein, Melvin Goodman, Louis Rapp, Kermit Knudsen, Wilbur 

Marshall, Jack Aron 
Third row: Frank Kerkoch, William Glezen, Sherwin Kabins, John Barlow, Donald Funk, James Thomas, Romulus Thomas, Mary Willems, secretary; 

Lois Shirky, Samuel Ginsburg, Paul Morimoto 
Second ran-: Norvelle Harris, Harry Graff, John Kaminski, Ronald Hudec, Tadashi Kadonaga. Norbert Skaja, Julius Zengin, James Goldenstein, John 

Macdonnell, Jean Riehl, Donald Schaller, Agnes Myers 
Bottom row: Robert McFerran, Gerald Lee, Bernard Goldstein, Joyce Schild, Leonard Pomper, Earl Feiwell, David Ellis 



Medical I Class 



Top row: James Andersen, Douglas Layman, William Langreder, Wesley Ryd, Owen Bloodgood, Norman Hungness, Norris Dougherty, Jerral Seibert, 
William Prescott, vice president ; James McKinzie. Adolph Sattler 

Fourth row: Edward Wajda, William Potts, president ; Thomas McGrath, Frank Carter, David Barton, Anthony Scardino. Schiller Lisnek, Alan Steen, 
Norbert Mader, Anthony Cosentino 

Third row: Marvilee Aden, William Durham, Robert Bettasso, Harold Elliott, Joel Levine. David Marcus. Jerome Kaplan, Kenneth Simpson, James 
Naatz, Howard Luce, Irving Warner 

Second row: Marvin Rosenberg, Joseph Symon, Leo Ankenbrandt. Rodney England, Donald Eytcheson, Richard Newman, student council representa- 
tive; Andrew Somlyo, Einar Himma, Theodore Ikeda, Nicolaos Kef slides, Wilfred Miller 

Bottom rote: Marvin Zolot, Howard Aidem, Alan Aronson, John Halversen. Raymond May, Richard Willms, Arthur Williamson 

Not in panel: Donald Abels, Herbert Atkinson, Howard Berlin, Robert Burns, Louis Byrne, William Carper, Martin Case, Charles Chedister, James 
Coeur, James Curry, Elon DeBois, Philip Dougherty. Gerben Dykstra, James Ekstrand, Patrick Elwood, James Falker. Sherwin Fox, Stanwood 
Frank, Paul Fry, Norman Halfpenny, Russell Hall, William Hardy. John Hartman. Frederick Helpenstell, Loren Humphrey, Brian Huncke, 
Donald Ingram, Francis Johnson, Frank A. Johnson, Lambros Karkazis, Nicholas Karos, John Leonard. Jerry Lewis. Wayne Mathy, Roland 
Medansky, Seymour Moss, Stanley Mullen, John Murphy, Dorothy Mutimer. Norman Reis, Harry Rosenfeld. Richard Rosenstein. George Rurik, 
Waldo Schneider, Ben Schuman, Howard Shelly. Leonard Silverman, John Slocum, Marshall Spector, Peter Starrett, Ward Starrett., Orville Stone, 
John Stutzman, Robert Stutzman, David Swanson, Robert Thompson, Maralyn Toman, Harold Toussaint, Donald Trummel, Ralph Turner, Carl 
Wacker, John Walker, James Windeck, Richard Wolk, Arthur Woloshin, Ernest Yahiro, Joseph Zagorski, Carl Zehr 




564 




David Rendleman, vice president; Frank Lanuti. president; Don Ervin, secretary-treasurer 



MedlCal Student Council functions as a governing 
body to represent the medical students and acts as a liaison between 
the students and members of the faculty 



Top row: Harold Shatter, Don Ervin, Alan Gordon. Peter Pleotis 

Bottom row: David Rendleman, Frank Lanuti, Jean Prebis, Harold Jensen 

Xot in panel: James Grant, Hugh Grimes, Seymour Lnstman, William Marshall. Clifford Nyman, Ralph Spiekerman. Ronald Teichner 



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Top row: Robert Mulhausen. Thomas Pollard, Hugh Grimes 

Bottom row: David Buchanan, vice president; Clyde Anderson, treasurer; William Marshall, president ; Richard Dahlen, secretary; Thomas Bunting 

Medical Interfraternity Council 



Student American Medical Association 



Top row: James Myers, Thomas Bunting, editor, student A. MA. Journal; Robert Stanley 

Bottom row: David Buchanan, president of Xntional Association : William Marshall, president, University of Illinois Chapter: Clifford Nyinan, delegate, 

Jack O'Brian, treasurer 
Xo'. in. panel : Richard McCallen, vii-e president; David Rendleman, John Johnston 




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Founded, University of Illinois, 1921 

Alpha Chapter. 1921 

2 Active Chapters 




Thomas Bunting, secretary; Harry Lewis, president; Frank Matxnmoto, treasurer 
Not in panel: Roger Sevy, rice president 



Pi Kappa Epsilon 



m 



Pi Kappa Epsilon has been an active 
honorary at the University of Illinois since 
1921. The objectives of this fraternity are 
to further the advencement of medicine and 
medical education through social contacts, 
intelligent thought and discussion of medi- 



cine and medical problems and their related 
scientific, economic and social endeavors. 
Members are elected from the seven medi- 
cal fraternities and independents by vote of 
the sophomore class. 



Top row: Richard Dahlen, Burwyn Albright. Jerome Katz. James Marks. Clifford Nyman, Ronald Teichner, William Marshall. Thomas Bunting, David 

Buchanan 
Bottom row: Frank Matsumoto, John Przypyszny, Jack Gibbs, William Ehling, Joseph Robbins, Bernard Smookler, Harry Lewis. Frank Lanuti, James 

Myers 
Not in panel: William Brennan, Glenn Flagg, Takeshi Hayashida. Jack Johnston, John Kerr. Lester Nathan, Harold Shafter, Robert Simon. Lloyd 

Carnahan. Hugh. Grimes, Perry Lerner, Seymour Lustman. John Frenster, Ray Teplitz, Jack Means. David Rendleman, Frank De Rango. Walter 

Kemper, Jack Lewis, Marvin Tishler 





Top row: Robert Simon, Edward Gerber, Ronald Teichner, president; Arthur Granston, Morton Shane, Arnold Goldberg, Alvin Frank, John Frisch, 
Sheldon Berger, Charles Moertel, Frances Knock, James Hunt, Richard Steury 

Second row: Milford Wyman, John Hill, Irving Kuperman, Marshall Rowen, Howard Moses, Philipp Lippe, Daniel Sehiff, Irving Rasgon, Irving Rap- 
paport, Robert Reifman, Ralph Spiekerman 

Bottom row: Robert Watson, William Hensold, Betsy Brennan, secretary-treasurer; Alvin Miller. Harold Shaffer, vice president; Allen Lefstin, Ber- 
nard Smookler, Robert Pildes. John Przypyszny, Philip Wagenaar. Anita Robbins 

Xot in panel: Richard Johnson. Howard Brenner, Rosita Stephan. Otto Klassen. Myron Berman, Cedric Smith, Marvin Garland, John Frenster, Melvin 
Sisson 



Alpha Omega Alpha 




Medical Fraternities 

On the following pages will be found pic- 
tures of the medical fraternities. 



568 




Pounded, Dartmouth College, 1888 

Eta Chapter, 1 899 
44 Active Chapters 




Top rou Jean Boatright, warden; John Cletcher, corresponding secre- 
tary; .lames Hunt, historian; .James Albright, chaplain 

Bottom row: William Lawrence, treasv/rer ; William Metealf, recording 
secretary; Clyde. Anderson, president : Don Ervin, rice president; 
David Rendleman, commissar 

Not in. panel: John Johnston, senior representative; Thomas Bunting, 
junior representative; William Anderson, sophomore representative; 
Keith Johnson, marshal 



Alpha Kappa Kappa 



lop row: Hugh DeMorest, Dwight Freeman, William Durham, William Irvin, William Kennedy, Robert Stanley, Waldo Schneider, Frank Carter, 
Richard Wolk, Amos Bratrude, Jesse Fowler, Louis Rapp, Thomas Bunting, Robert Lewis. James Albright 

Fourth row: John Kerr. Clarence Benson, Kermit Knudsen, Frank Johnson, Harold Elliott, Romulus Thomas, Norris Dougherty, Merle Crossland, 
David Swanson. William Potts, James Hunt, Homer Fleisher, Charles Metealf, Jack Means 

Third row: Harold Lane, Charles Wagner, James Turns. Robert Farrier, William Langreder, James Thomas, Robert Mueller, Leo Capocchi, Orville 
Stone. William Carper, Frederick Elelpenstell, Don Ervin, Jean Boatright, William Briney, Harold Paul. James Hunter 

Second row: John Cletcher, Albin Janus/.. William Shackelford, Hallard Heard. Leo Ankenbrandt, Marvilee Aden, Joseph Symon, John Leonard, 
Robert McFerran. William Morse, William Miller. Loren Humphrey. Nicolaos Kefalides, Raymond Maurer 

Bottom row: Edward Gerber, Donald Schleifer, Robert Drom, Ralph Stagner, William Lawrence, Clyde Anderson. Thomas Hansen, Ivan Ankenbrandt, 
Richard Lewis 

Wot in. panel: John Raffensperger, John Johnston, Hasil Moskoff, Robert <!. Miller. Robert Norman, Ernest Propes, Robert Nyquist, David Rendleman, 
Orlan Pnasterer, Grover Sloan, Larry McGowan, Philipp Lippe, William Anderson, Bernard Draper. John Dunlop, Robert Enid;. Willarcl Eyer, 
Denton Ferrell. Stanwood Frank, Philip Haggerty. John Halversen, Clifford Harris, Robert Herting, Edward Hetherington, Donald Ingram, 
Charles Inskeep. Ronald .lessen, Harold Johnson. Keith Johnson. Quentin Johnson, Dean Joucs. John Keniman, John Karamitsos, William Knospe, 
Charles Koch. Charles Koncky, Charles Lockwood, Richard Maulding, Robert 1). Miller. Joseph Novak, Robert Ryder. James Parsons, Roger San- 
derson. Robert Schenk, Roy Slezak, Ralph Spiekerman, Paul Spierling, Charles Wagner, Vernon Wallace, [rving Young 



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Edward Hertko, treasurer; Richard Webb, historian; Robert Foley, cus- 
todian; William Marshall, president; Frank DeRango, secretary 
Not in /Mini : Charles Steidinger, vice president 



Founded, University of Michigan, 1882 
Eta Chapter, 1892 

44 Active Chapters 



Nu Sigma Nu 



Top row: David Bristow, William Hensold, Paul Brothers. John Schmidt, Norman Hungness, John Pfau, Kenneth Fetrow, Thomas Stihvell, David 
Barton, .lames McKinzie, Wilbur Marshall. Owen Bloodgood, Ludwig Grandl, James Marks. Albert Helm 

Fifth row: Thomas Pollard. Charles Wakefield. Lynn Turner. Carl Wacker, Stuart Roberts. Randall Mann, John Mason, William Prescott, Glenn Fiscus, 
Lorris Bowers, Theodore Ikeda, Hugh Falls, Cedric Smith. Christopher Groen 

Funiili. row: Jack Pearson. Robert Bettasso, Donald Schaller, Russell Stauffer, Robert Lundeen, Richard Williams, James Falker, John Andrews, 
Charles Supple, William Katel. Burwyn Albright, John Veil's, Clifford Xyinan. John l'arrott 

Third row: Prank Kerkoch, Charles Avers. Norbert Skaja. Joel Mossberg, Alfred Reschke, Richard Willms. William Johnston, Dale Learned, James 
Robinson. Wallace Mulliken, Lloyd Carnahan, Robert Morrow, Frederic Brodie, Richard Schaede, Hugh Cooper 

Second row: Victor Potoroka, John Walker. John Hartman, James Andersen, Robert Foley, Frank DeRango, William Marshall, Richard Webb, Edward 
Hertko, Ernest Moon 

Bottom row : Robert Conklin, John Hill. Merrill Huffman, Raymond May, Jerral Seibert, Robert Stutzman, John Stutzman, Jerry Lewis, John Mac- 
donnell 

Not ii~ panel: Robert Ansley, Theodore Apa, Phillip Avalon, Richard Blankshain, Robert Deiss. George Pricke, Howard Glassford, Russell Hall. Donald 
Hanscom, William Hogan. Richard Hong, John Johnson, George Kerrihard, Hershell Keeline, Car) Kobelt, John Kukral, Timothy Manning, Allen 
Meyer. Robert l'axton. Doitald Raines. Byron Ruskin. Don Smart. Richard Soderberg, Charles Steidinger. Richard Steury, Joseph Tienstra, Theo- 
dore Tenc/.ar, Douglas Layman, George Lambakis, Joseph Hageman, Thomas McGrath, Nicholas Karos 




570 




Top you-: George Anast, John Cullinan, George (J iflin. Robert Nejdl, John Funk, Joseph Symmonds, Harry Dobbrunz, Walter Kemper, Conrad Ernst, 

David Daehler, Thoburn Patton 
Third row: Nick Pace, Louis Wilhelmi, Edward Jekot, Robert Wood. Eugene Raney, Harold Toussaint, William Jones, David Buchanan, John Sparks 
Second row: Richard McCallen, Glenn Flagg, William Markel. Edward Kwedar. Waller Schroeder, lames Goldenstein, Lelan Stallings, Patrick 

Ehvood. Hucli Grimes 
Bottom row: Raymond Miller, Anthony Ierulli, Dale Rosenberg, -lames Coeur, Carl Zehr, Julius Zeugin, LeRov Kutterer, Don Gilchrist 
Not in panel: William Brennan, Clarence Close. William Daugherty, Leo Green, Stephen Jacula, Prank Johnson, Harry Lewis, Thomas Lukasik, 
Frank Matsuinoto, Thomas Nicholson. Michael Pill, Allen Riggle, Donald Sandner, Ronald Sumner. Ralph Swedlund, William Torricelli, Eldon 
VanSandt, Allen Dannhauer, George Nemec, Richard Omori, Herman Sehmid, John Steinkamp, Donald Watts. William Whalen. Robert Helmich, 
Roy Knrotsuchi, Ernest Poole, Harold Damuth, Tadashi Kadonaga, George Keranen, Donald Trammel, Edward Wajda, Arthur Williamson, 
Jack Strong, Joseph Zagorski, Paul Kretschmar, Allen Scales 



Phi Beta Pi 



Founded, University of Pittsburgh, 1891 
Iota Chapter. 1902 
38 Active Chapters 




Standing: John Funk, rushing chairman; John Sparks, treasurer; Eu- 
gene Raney, chaplain 

Scaled: David Buchanan, archon; Albert Zimmer, secretary; Louis W,l 
lielmi, vice archon 

Not in. panel: William Whalen. rushing chairman 



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Top row: Martin Morris, Maurice Schwartz, William Fishman, Maurice Nadelman, Ronald Teichner, Irwin Feinberg, Harold Gordon, Sheldon Sher, 

Lenin Pellegrino 
Third row. Roy Halpern, Sidney Sehnitz, Howard Moses, Norman Brill, Marvin Morrison, Marshall Grobert, William Singer, Robert Simon, Marvin 

Mishkin 
Second row: Sidney Lubin, Joseph Robbins. Burton Fink, Milton Kramer, Victor Horvitz. Joseph Lassman, Paul Hirsch, Alan Gordon, Lawrence 

Shapiro, Frank Mitchell, Jr. 
Bottom row.- Sheldon Lavin, Donald Greenberg, Donald Piatt, Arthur Savitt. Nahman Greenberg, Raymond Hechter, Marshall Rowen, Max Gold- 

schmidt, William Rubinson 
Not in panel: Allan Abramson, Kenneth Anderson, Milton Bibergal, Walter Bobell. Howard Brenner, Hyman Cohen, Marvin Garland, Marvin Gold, 

Homer Goldstein. Howard Gnrevitz, Eli Katz, Sheldon Kreiselman. Arthur Kunis, Perry Lerner. Jack Lewis. Hyman Mackler, Allen Malnak, 

Norman Nelson. Fred Portney. Irving Rappaport, Irving Rasgon. Daniel Scliiff, Leon Steinberg, Jack Sternfeld, Arnold Swerdlow, Marvin Tishler, 

Shervvyn Weiss 



Phi Delta Epsilon 



Victor Horvitz, secretary; Robert Simon, vice president; Burton Fink, 
president; Milton Kramer, treasurer 



Founded. Cornell University, 1904 

Alpha Alpha Chapter, 1918 

46 Active Chapters 



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Founded. Northwestern University, 1890 

Beta Gamma Chapter, 1 M94 

'_>6 Active Chapters 




Standing: Gilbert .Miller, house manager; Richard Vandermyde, si 

warden; Jack O'I'.rian, secretary 
Seated: Dudley Johnson, commissar; John Przypyszny, vice preside* 

Richard Dahlen, president 
Not in panel: George Sweeney, treasurer 



Phi Rho Sigma 



Top row: Carl Kester. Perry Brucker, Ward Starrett, William Hardy, Peter Starrett, Clyde Wieland, Lawrence Gray, Harold Jensen, Richard Vander- 
myde, Paul Fry, William Pieper, Norbert Mader 

Third row: Lambros Karkazis, Robert Mulhausen, Richard Dahlen, Norman Halfpenny, Wayne Mathy, John Barlow, Paul Morimoto, Andrew Somlyo, 
Sal Piazza, Kenneth Wehrle. Jack O'Brian, John Frisch, Carl Luin. John Tauscher 

Second row: Lawrence Petz, Richard Newman. Dudley Johnson, Philip Dougherty, Angelo Spinazzola, .lames Myers, Maurice Martin. .lack Gibbs, 
John Spellmeyer, John Murphy. William Behrens, Robert Smith. Robert Myers 

Bottom row: Herman Sutton. Gilbert Miller, John Przypyszny, James Winded;, William Ehling, Donald Eytcheson, William (ile/.en, David Ellis, 
Ernest Yahiro, Jacques Chamberlain. Delbert Williams. John Peters 

Not in panel: Ralph Ade. Edmund Andracki. Fred Bobzien, James Bremer, Ralph Casciaro, Martin Case. Joseph Cece, Ernest Courier, .lack Estes, 
David Fell, Clement Gotway, William Hays. William Hillstrom. Ronald Hudec. Karl Jauch, .lames Karracker. John Kotarac, Prank Lanuti, An- 
drew Larsen, Frank Lecocq, Charles Moertel, Edward Murray. Theodore Myma, Richard O'Connor. Charles Patton. Howard Searight, Frank Sek. 
Jack Spicer, Donald Stehr, George Sweeney, Wendell Thomas, Marvin Tiesenga, David Walsh. Robert Woodburn 



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Top row: Bernard Hankin, Jerry Krone, Charles Reach, Charles Lifschultz, Rohert Nathan, Bernard Smookler 

Second row: Gerald Buckman. Arthur Granston, Bernard Weinstein, treaswrer; Allen Lefstin, Eugene Leman, Philip Wagenaar, Lester Nathan 

Bottom row: Ronald Fox, Robert Pildes, secretary; Jerome Kai/.. vice president; Alvin Miller, president; Jerome Lipin. alumni secretary; Daniel 

Gorenberg, Harold Shaffer 
.A'oJ in panel : Sheldon Berger. Alvin Frank, Samuel Kremen, Herbert Levin, Sheldon Miller. Morion Shane, Harold Shrifter 



Phi Lambda Kappa 



Founded, University of Pennsylvania. 1909 

Alpha Alpha Chapter, 1920 

62 Active Chapters 



Alpha Epsilon lota 



Pounded, University of Michigan, 1890 
Delta Chapter, 1899 
23 Active Chapters 



Top row: Ruth Dalton. Zetia Ka^an. Rosita Stephan, Genevieve Wagner, Lois Shirky, Arlene Smith. Mary Willems 
Second ran-: Cyrena Berger, rii'i' president; Vivian Cation. Betsy Brennan, 1'ola Piotrowski 
Bottom run-. Elaine Hacker, secretary; Maridee Knipmeyer, LaZelle Michaelis, Doris Beatty 

Noi in panel: Ellen Cohen, president; Frances Knock, treasurer ; Virginia Hiska, Barbara Rocah, Anita Robbins, Vardith Fox. Helen Fox, 
Glorye Wool, Gabrielle Woloshin, Ethel Isaac, Norvelle Harris, .Maralyn Toman, Dorothy Mutimer 




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575 





576 



College of Pharmacy 

The aim of the College of Pharmacy is to train young 
men and women to meet not only the professional re- 
guirements of practice which exist today, but also to 
provide them with a thorough understanding of the 
social and economic values of community life. Those 
who are accepted begin an integrated program; two 
years of liberal arts and sciences plus a specialized theo- 
retical and practical course during the remaining two 
years. Subjects such as pharmacy, sociology, psychol- 
ogy, jurisprudence, histology, physiology, bacteriology, 
pharmacology, analytic and organic chemistry combine 
to make an informed professional pharmacist capable of 
tendering service and aid to his community. 

The new East Dentistry-Medicine-Pharmacy Building 
is now under construction, and when completed will re- 
present one of the most modern physical structures 
found in America. It will house not only the ordinary 
classrooms and laboratories reguired for the basic sci- 
ence courses, but will also provide a complete manu- 
facturing pilot plant, a retail stores laboratory, and 
space for approximately fifty graduate students. 

The Drug Plant and Horticultural Experiment Station, 
adjacent to the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Illinois is 
being rapidly developed, and when complete will pro- 
vide one of the few such stations of this type in the 
country. 




Dean Karl K. Serli 



East Unit of the Dentistry-Medicine-Pharmacy Building, now under construction 



577 





Standing: Donald Lo<la. student council representative; John Bannon, 
student council representative; Paul Sapstein, student council rep- 
resentative; Aaron Wishnoff, student council representative 

Sriitril : Akira Horiuchi. treasurer; Harold Arnoff, president; Professor 
J. E. Davi-.. advisor; William Einhorn, vice president; Irma Knapp, 
secretary 



Pharmacy Seniors 



Martin Shoel Alderman. . . 
Delta Kappa Sigma : A. Ph. A. 



. Chicago 



Alvin Stanley Anderson. 

Kappa Psi 



. Rockford 



Thom vs Victor Anderson Vayu ood 

Phi Delta Chi 



Haroi.ii Arnoff chimin* 

Phi Delia Chi; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A. ; Varsitj 
Basketball; Illio Committee: Pharmacy Stu- 
dent Council; Class President I4i 

John Thomas Bannon Toliet 

Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi; Pharmacy Studeni 
( louncil 

Paul Jerome Barwig. . . .Chicago Heights 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 




Robert Joseph Beagle v Berwyn 

Kappa I'm: A.Ph.A. 

George Charles Black Cicero 

Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A. 

Fred Bert Block Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi 

Charles Kenneth Braun Chicago 

Kho Chi: A.Ph.A. 

George Arthur Brown Bensenville 

A.Ph.A. 



Robert i vmes Bi erger . 

A. I'll. A. 



( i.'. i i 



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John Michael Carden Chicago 

Leo S. Delaveris Chicago 

A. I'll. A. : Illio Committee 

Alexander Dorevitch Chicago 

Rho Chi; A. Ph. A. 

Lawrence Jay Dubow Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; Pharmacy Student 
Council: Executive Student. Council: A. Ph. 
A., President (4); Illio Committee 

William Arthur Einhorn Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A. Ph. A.: Pharmacy 
Student Council: Illio Committee; Class 
Vice President (4) 

Donald Charles Ernst Annua 

Phi Delta Chi. President (4): A. Ph. A.: 
Illini Union Social Committee; Class Presi- 
dent ( 1) ; Pharmacy Student Council, Sec- 
ret a ry t 2 ) 

Alvin Felp Chicago 

Phi Delta Chi 



Stanley George Gembica. 

r.s. 

Phi Delta Chi; A. I'll. A. 



( 'hicago 



Bernard Simon Goldberg. 
Delta Kappa Sigma; A. Ph. A. 



. Ch icago 

















^W / 





Henry Robert Goldsmith ci<<<-«<n, 

A. I'h. A. 

David Kim: Gordon Chicago 

B.S. 
Delta Kappa Sigma 

Hi bbert M. Gordon Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sisrma ; A. Ph. A. 



GEORct. Tonny Greenstein Chicago 

A.Ph.A. 



Lorraine Eloise Gribbens Chicago 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 



Leslie Calk Haggart. 
Kappa 1'si: A.Ph.A. 



. Naperville 



William Robert Halik Chicago 

Joseph Alhkrt Hermli Berwyn 

A. I'h. A. 

Frank Hiratstka, Jr Morton Grove 

A.Ph.A.: Phi Mu I'hi 



Am r \ Horj i i ii i Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.l'h.A.; Class Treas- 

i i -i- 1 



: i i :..i C Hosch kit Peru 

Kappa Psi; A. Ph. A.; mini Union Social 
Committee 



Alfred Peter Howard Chicag< 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 



Nick Gerald Hughes Sterling 

Janice M. Johnson Moline 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A.; Phi Mu 
Phi 

Nil k K vkaiiatsos Chicago 

Phi Delta Chi; Rho Chi; A.Ph.A.; Tllio 
Committee ; Varsity Basketball 

Sorrell II. Katz Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.l'h.A. 

Kenneth Prank Kessel Brookfield 

A.Ph.A.; Newman Club 

I KM A PAY KXAI'I' ('Ill run', 

Lambda Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A.: Phi Mil 
Phi; Class Secretary (4) 
















Joseph Peter Lanzarotti Chicago 

A.Ph.A 

Robert Boris Levin OaJi Fori, 

Delia Kappa Sigma: A.Ph.A.; Pharmacy 
Student Council 

Donald Joh n Loda Chicago 

Phi Delia Chi; A.Ph.A.; Pharmacy Student 
Council (4) 

Fred Joseph Louis North Chicag ■■> 

B.S. 
Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A.; Pharmacy Student 
Council (4) 

Benjamin Anthony Mack Chicago 

Kappa Psi; A.Ph.A. 

David S. Macklin Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 

Aaron Margolis Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma: A.Ph.A. 

Arthur Paitl Mazzenga Chicago 

Phi Delta Chi 

Raymond PranciS Meyer Juliet 



H uioi.n Louis Mozvi i cz 

\ I'h. A. 



. Chicago 





Robert Ronald Remblaki Chicago 

A I'h. A. 



Alfred Harland Neal. 

A. I'll. A. 



. LaGrange 





David Marshall Resnick Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. ; Class Vice 
President ( :'. > 



Norman Flori an Nelso x . 



. Chicago 





I'm i. Allen Ribtx Chica i i 

B S. 
I iclia Kappa Sigma ; A. Ph.A. 



Marshall Newman Chii " / 

1 ii'li:;. Kappa Sigma; Rho Chi; Class Presi- 
dent (3) ; A.Ph.A. 





Paul Sapstbin Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma, President (4): A. I'h 
A.: Pharmacy Student Council, President 
(3); Class President ( '-' ) : Executive Stu- 
dent Council 



Robert Wtllard Newton Maywood 





Raymond William Schlueter 

Western Sprin gs 



Kenneth August Ossman Oak Park 

A.Ph.A.. 





Jerome Singer 
A.Ph.A. 



.Chicago 



Herbert Paule Schiller Pari 

Delta Kappa Sigma: Kho Chi; A.Ph.A. 




Ron m.i> Joseph Sirokv 

I'hi Delia Chi : A.Ph.A. 



, Chicago 



.T\ik <;. Pfingst Chicago 

A.Ph.A. 





Geraldine Constance Skorczewski 

Chicag o 
Lambda Kappa Sigma: A.Ph.A.: Phi Mu 
Phi: Illini Union Social Committee; Ex- 
ecutive Student Council ( :S ) : Class Secre- 
tary (3) 



Rita Elizabeth Procarione Toliet 

Lambda Kappa Sigma: A.Ph.A.; Phi Mu 
Phi; Executive Student Council 





Albert Stephen Skuta Toliet 

Rho Chi, President I 4 I 



Florence Alice Sliwa Chicago 

Phi Mu Phi; A.Ph. A. ; Pharmacy St\iden1 

Co il Secretarj (3); ('hiss Secretary 

>i) Lambda Kappa Sigma, Social Chair- 
man (4) 



Norman A. Sonenthal Chicago 

Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 



James Thomas Steffgen Chicago 

Newman Club ; A.Ph.A. 




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Hymen Weintraub Chicago 

Delta Kappa Sigma 

Aaron Wishnoff Chicago 

B.S. 
KIki Chi; Pharmacy Student Council; A. 
Ph. A. 

JOSEPH A. WlJAS Chicago 

B.S. 

A.Ph.A. 



Stephen George Tamborski . . . . Chicago 
Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A. 





Dorothy Elizabeth Woitovich. .Chicago 

B.S. 
Illio Committee : Illini Union Social Com- 
mittee: Lambda Kappa Sigma, Vice Presi- 
dent (4) ; A.Ph.A.. Secretary-Treasurer (4) 



Donald Harold Thor. 

B.S. 
Kappa Psi 



.Roclcford 



Harvev Curtiss Trackman Joliet 

Phi Delta Chi 



Skvmon William Weinstein . . . . Chicago 
Delta Kappa Sigma; A.Ph.A. 









.Mills James Zahradnik Chicago 

A.Ph.A. 

Otto Lewis Zeller Chicago 

A.Ph.A. 

Frank Joseph Zielinski Rockford 

Phi Delta Chi; A.Ph.A.; Newman Club; 
Class Treasurer (1, 2) 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED 



Fred E. Armstrong 
Robert c. Cunningham 
John DelMedico 
John R. Doyle 
Henry a. Funk 
Jerome .t. class 
John M. Kenshalo 
James H. McKixxey 



[sabkl vlllacortk miranda 
Lawrence Steinman 
Daniel P. Terracciano 
Donald L. Trepanier 
Leroy R. Vlcek 
Gilbert W. Warner 
Howard P. Willms 
John Worobey 



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Top row: Donald Witt, Richard Piepho, Michael Grady, Henry Gould, Gregory Bukowski, Edward Koziol, George Daeschler 
Third row : Donald Frega, Lawrence Krause, Michael McNabb, Max Ullrich, Basil Fritsch, Melvin Schoenwald 
Second row: John Eisenbart, Arthur Mills. Donald Wronski, Eugene Newberry, LeRoj LeVeque, Donald Gattone 
Bottom row: Raymond Kosova, Martin Kriehilsky, Donald Flynn, John Lindemann, Franklin Hiter, Sidney Lang, Robert Schussler 
Not in panel: Nancy Anderson, Hiroshi Arase, Sheldon Arkin, Gerald Baldridge, Rosco Dixon, Mendel Friedman, George Fuller, Alvin Galinsky 
Glasky, Mordecai Goldich, Geno Gorindar, Emanuel Green, Joseph Halaus, John Hoefle, James Lee, Marvin Levison, Demetre Mallires, 
Matesi. John Mayeda, Jack Munson, Thomas O'Brien, Michael Poprich, Edmund Schmidt. Howard Siegel, Marvin Sturt, Ernest Suwalski, 
Vanii, Louise Vicklund, Donald Walker, Clovis Williams, Harley Wilson. Kenneth Witkosky. Lawrence Wysocki, George Yahiro 



Alvin 
Julius 

I iicli'i 



Pharmacy III Class 



Top row : Marvin Stern, Marvin Shatz, Gerald Handler, Stanley Bartecki, John Breen 
Second row : John March, John Basco, Lawrence Smith, Jules LaPidus, Ira Druckman, Stanley Hellman 

Bottom row: Irving Weintraub, Boris Evans. Michael Balzer, secretary; Mathias Mertes, president; Irving Milstein, treasurer; Salvatore Pape, Paul 
Davis 



583 





Standing : Harold ArnolV. Mathias Merles. Donald Loda, Aaron Wishnoff, Paul Davis 

seated: John Bannon, treasurer; John Basco, president; Prof. J. E. Davis, faculty advisor; John March, vice president; Paul Sapstein, 

Not in. panel: Norbert Bartnicki, Raymond Broderick, Edward Raftery, Fred Turner 



rretarij 



Pharmacy Student Council 



InmO V^rll honors high scholarship in the pharmaceutical sciences 

Top row: Dr. Dwight Deardorti', Joseph Cannon. Mitchell Borke, Alexander Dorevitch, Donald Trepanier, Charles Braun, Aaron Wishnoff. Dale Doerr, 

Wendell Southard, Stanley Susina 
Second run-: Dr. Prank Maher, Nick Karabatsos, Marshall Newman, Herbert Paule, Harold Arnoff, Dr. James Gearien, Prof. Ralph Terry. Fred Block, 

Dr. George Webster, faculty advisor 
Bottom run': Al Core. John Bannon, vice president; Albert Skuta, president; Kenneth Liska, secretary-treasurer; Prof. Herbert Emig, Alfred Heller, 

Robert Heyman, Florence Klee, Dean E. K. Series 
.Voi' in panel: Prof. Robert Besancon, William Black re, Dr. Conrad Blomquist, Prof. Paul Carpenter, Prof. Charles Clarke. William Collins. Rita 

Hoch, Wendell Jordan, Dr. Ernest Kirch, Dr. Ester Meyer. Dr. Alfred Perkins, Dasu Rama Swami, Dr. Charles Reed. Marvin Crabcr, Leo Seller- 

nieister, Masumi Nakamichi, Fred Siegel, Mrs. Keo Smith, Stanislaus Smolenski, Patricia Sudar, Mory Summer. Dr. E. Vi. her. Dr. Ralph Voight, 

Marquerite Zielesch 



n j ^o a 



584 





Top row: Frank Zielinski, Thomas Anderson, Alvin Anderson, Donald Thor, George Black, Jack Pflngst, George Thies, Robert Newton, Stanley Gambica, 

John Bannon, Aaron Wishnon 1 , William Einhorn, Otto Zeller 
Fmiiili, row: Benjamin Nack, Charles Braun, Edward Schmidt. Norman .Nelson. Joseph Hermle, Robert Bengley, Harold Mozwecz, William Halik. John 

Eisenbart, Robert Schmittendorf, Herbert Gordon, Aaron Margolis 
Third row: Bernard Goldberg-, Robert Remblake, Marshall Newman, Gregory Bukowski, Raymond Schleuter, Robert Levin. Raymond Kosova, Eugene 

Newberry, Fred Block, Edward Raftery, Frank Hiratsuka, Leo Delaveris 
Second row: Charles O'Brien. Edward Koziol, Nick Karabatsos, Dal< Pearson, Gilbert Warner. Glenn Vann, Joe Wyjas, Jerome Dony, Edward Dyja, 

Norbert Bartnicki, Jerome Singer 
First row: Alvin Feld, Harold Anion*. David Gordon, Milton Weiner, .Milton Kramer, Ronald Siroki. Donald Loda, Robert Beurger, Seymon Weinstein 

American Pharmaceutical 
Association, Student Branch 

Top ran-: Donald. Trepanier, Donald Gattone, George Daeschler, Mathias Mertes, Henry Gould, Donald Ernst, Henry Funk. Alexander Doreritch, 

Donald Walker 
Fourth row: Raymond Meyer. Alfred Howard. Paul Barwig, James McKinney. Fred Lewis. Arthur Mazzenge, Max TJllriidi. Donald Lonhart. John 

Breen. .Stanley Bartecki 
Third roc-: Michael Balzer, John Basco, John Marsh, Donald Gronewald, Leroy Leveque, Paul Sapstein, Marshal) Konshalo, Donald Hose licit. Gerald 

Baldridge, Lawrence Smith, Raymond Broderick, Michael Poprick 
Second row: Harvey Trackman. Edward Barucki, faculty; Donald Frega, Hymen Weintraub, Michael Grady, Joseph Lanzarotti, Paul Rubin, Michael 

McMann. Stanley Susina, faculty; Donald Flynn 
Bottom row: Lorraine Gribbens, Nan Anderson. Louise Vickhind, Lawrence DuBow, president; Dorothy Woitovich, secretary-treasurer; Prof. H. 

Emig, faculty advisor; Basil Fritsch, vice president; Geraldine Skorczewski, lrma Knapp, Florence Sliwa 



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Pharmacy Fraternities 

On the following pages will be found pic- 
tures of the pharmacy fraternities. 



Lambda Kappa Sigma 



To/i row: Nancy Andersen, corresponding secretary; Florence Sliwa, Janice Johnson, Kita Procarione, trma Knapp 

11 nil air. row : Dorothy Woitovich, vi<-r president ; Geraldine Skorczewski, president : Lorraine Gribbens, recording secretary 

Not in panel: Louise Vicklund, Vernita Williams 




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Top row: Joseph Halaus, David Resnick, Akira Horiuchi, Peter Loutos, Richard Piepho, Arnold Katz, David Macklin, Earl Meyer, Bernard Katz, 

Melvin Schoenwald, Howard Siegel 
Third rate: Gerald Handler, Marvin Levison, Alvin Glasky, Herbert Gordon, Seymon Weinstein, Sherman Rosen, Paul Rubin, Milton Kramer, Marvin 

Stern, Aaron Mar^olis, Bernard (ioldber^, Jerome (Jiass 
Second row: Lawrence DnBow, Sheldon Arkin. Hymen Weintraub, [rving Weintraub, David Gordon, Eugene Bernstein, William Fast. Milton Weiner, 

Robert Levin, Marshall Newman, Sorrel! Katz, Herbert Paule 
Bottom row: Sherwin Golden, Fred Block, William Einhorn, Raymond Kosova, .Martin Krichilsky, Paul Sapstein, Robert Heyman, Prof. James E. 

Davis. Martin Alderman, Sydney Davis, Donald Witt 
Kneeling: Mendel Friedman, Arnold Kaplan 
Not in, pane! : Ira Druckman, Stanley Hellman, Lawrence Krause. Bernard Redman. Lawrence Steinman, Arthur Telcser, Marvin Smith, Marvin Shaiz 



Delta Kappa Sigma 



Founded, University of Illinois, 19*21 

Alpha Chapter, 1921 

1 Active Chapter 



587 



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Standing: Sydney Davis, secretary; Robert Heyman. Martin Krichilsky, 

financial scribe; William Einhorn, sergeant-at-arms 
Stolid: Martin Alderman, riff chancellor; Prof. James Davis, faculty 

advisor; Paul Sapstein. chancellor; Raymond Kosova. treasurer 






Norberl 



rtnicki, Dale Pearso 



Mathias Mertes, .Max Ullrich, Donald Lonhart, Roger Smitendorf, George Thies, 



Top row. Georgo Black, James I 

John Eisenbarl 
Third row: Robert Beagley, Donald Thor, Alvin Anderson, James McKinney, Donald Hoscheit, William Halik. Benjamin .Mack. Edward Raftery, Otto 

Horacek, ( lharles O'Brien 
Second row: Lawrence Smith, Jerome Dony, Allen Gomoll, Raymond Schlueter, (Hum Vann, Norman Nelson, Marshal] Kenshale, Gerald Baldridge, 

Michael M-Nabb. Raymond Broderick, Edward Dyja, Donald Flynn 
Bottom row: Donald Gronewald, Edward Ko/iol. Eugene Newberry, Gregory Bukowski, Edmund Schmidt, I>r. Prank Crane, faculty; Prof. Herbert 

Emig, faculty; Edward Borucki, faculty; Prof. Stanley Susina, faculty; Dr. George Webster, grand council deputy 
Not in panel: Ronald Bete, Robert Cunningham, Chester Garstka, Leslie Haggart, John [ngold, Julius Matesi, Ernest Suwalski, Harley Wilson 



Kappa Psi 



Standing: Otto Horacek, Norman Nelson, chaplain; Donald Gronewald, treasurer; 

Jerome Dony, historian 
Seated: Edward Koziol, secretary; Edmund Schmidt, regent; Eugene Newberry, 

vice regent 



Founded. Medical College of Virginia. 1879 
Chi Chapter, 1910 
44 Active Chapters 





588 




Founded, University of Michigan, 1883 

Alpha Sigma Chapter, L952 

27 Active Chapters 




Top row: John Bannon, sergeant-at-ar ms ; John March, treasurer; 
John Worobey, prelate; Michael Grady, assistant sergeant-at-arms 

Bottom row Stanley Gembica, vice president; Donald Ernst, presi- 
dent; Henry Gould, secretary 



Phi Delta Chi 



/u/p row: Frank Zielinski, Stephen Tamborski, Thomas Anderson, George Daeschler, Howard Willms, Stanley Gembica, Donald Ernst, Henry Gould, 

John Bannon 
Second row: John Worobey. Donald Prega, Nick Karabatsos, Arthur Mazzenga, Ronald Siroky, Dale Doerr, Wendel Suthard, Harvey Trackman, John 

March, Alfred Howard 
Bottom row: Alvin Feld. Michael Grady, Harold Arnoff, Paul Barwig, Fred Armstrong, Donald Loda, Basil Pritsch, Michael Balzar 



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590 



Student O. T's in 
Action 



Miniature library goes to tl 
patient 



591 




Occupational Therapy Seniors 



. Cicero 



LOR] ri i It ii.i n Becka 

B.S. 
Illi-Sota 



Patricia Ann Curran . . . Lalcewood, Ohio 

B.S. 
Illi-Sota : Star Course (1, 2) 



Eleanor Deffley Foi n si 

B.S. 
Illi-Sota, President (3); Theater Guild (1); 
W.A.A. I 1. 2, 3) 

Jewel Elaine Feldm \x Chicago 

B.S. 
Illi-Sota; Theater Guild ; French Club; Hil- 
lel Foundation 

M urrii \ Fix*. Chicago 

B.S. 
Illi-Sota: W.A.A. (1); V.\V.( 'A. Commit- 
tee i '■'■ i : Chinese Students Club 



Joyi ELI x Fae Green Windsor 

Illi Sola: Y.W.C.A. Committee (2) 













Barbara Jean Johnson Rockford 

B.S. 
Kappa Alpha Theta ; mini Union Commit- 
teo (2): A Cappella Choir (2); Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet (2, 3); Terrapin I :i ) : Illi-Sota; 
Medical Student Council i -U : Honors Day 
(2, :; ) : University Scholarship Key 



c \.mili.i.. Agnes Moore Waukegan 

B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Alpha: Illi-Sota; Illini Union 
Committees; Y.W.C.A.: Panhellenic Coun- 
cil 

Dorothy K. Omori Chicago 

B.S. 
I Ili-Sota : I !ollege Honors 

.\I \uilvx Jean Parke Des Plaines 

Star Course; W.G.S. ; Illi-Sota 



Barbara Brooke Rennaker 

A rlington Heights 
B.S. 
Freshman Board; Alpha Chron ; Alpha Pi 
Delta, President ( :i ) : Illi-Sota, Treasurer 
(3) 



Marion Ella Servatzy Chicago 

B.S. 
/.eta Tan Alpha: Illi-Sota: Theater Guild 
(I. '_' ) : Newman Club I '_'. 3); Spring Car- 

n ival I nnmiittee ( 2 ) 



Mary Anne Heineken Emden 

University Chorus i l I ; Women's Glee Club 
il. -2 i : Illi Sota : Illini Union Mi: Thea- 
ter Guild il. 2i 





Margaret Eileen Tappan Paxton 

U.S. 
Kappa Alpha Theta: Y.W.C.A.: Illi-Sota 



SENIORS NOT PICTURED 
.In \x Love Otis 
I he xl Ramsay 
Elizabeth M. Rathling 
Rita Claire Wegner 




Marilyn Flora Weiselberg. . . .Decatur 
W.G.S.; Freshman Board; W.A.A.: Illi- 
Sota, President 



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Top row: Loretta Becka, Barbara Johnson, Barbara Reynolds, Jean Prebis, president; Corinne Cosaro, Rhoda Priest, Nancy Williams, 

Grace Dittman, Camille Moore, Beth Richter 
Second row: Beverly Gaines, Joycelyn Green, Patricia Curran, Margaret Tappan, Jewel Peldman, Suzanne Jones, Betty Drowne, Marion 

Servatzy, social chairman; Barbara Rennaker, Elizabeth Rathling 
Bottom row: Martha Fung, Eleanor Deffley, Marilyn Block, Joj Andersen, secretary; Lorraine Cozza, vice president; lean Parke, Korina 

Haritonoff, treasurer 
\nt in panel Man Anne Heineken, Dorothy Omori, Juan Otis, Irene Ramsay, Claire VVegner, .Marilyn Weiselberg 



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i-Sot; 



Top row: Clarke Sabine, Yelma Knss. .Marilyn Miller. Vera I'anlin. Vera Saline, Joanne Carlson, Sylvia Dordek, Catherine Cartland, Katlieiine Stobbs, 

Joyce Amsworth, Oma Learn, Judith Floyd, Elaine Gordon, Marilyn Moore 
Second row: Dorothy Adams. Mary Godette, Nedra Phelps. Jane Poole, Susan Berquist, Barbara Smith. Joanne Rae, Lorinda Freeman, Carol Coulter, 

Barbara Mueller, Lilo Blasberg, Diane Click, Fern Snyder 
Bottom row: Donna Simenson, Judy James. Sarah Ford, Wanda King. Anne Moyat. treasurer: Janice Sotan, president; Virginia Dunn, secretary; 

Susan Greenfield. Helen Jaworski, Marilyn Shaffer. Patricia Griffin, vice president : Violeta Chong-Leon 
Not in panel: Laura Chadwick, Carol Combs, Deidre Cox. David Etheridge, Joyce Flynn. Libbie Gorman, Robert Keen. Shirley Kharasch, Myra Kohlit/.. 

AntiH Lewis, Sheila Libby, Carole Patrick. Paul Pedersen. Sirella Schwartz, Karyi Sellmyer. Alice Azulc, Jewel Wolch 



593 




v«^ 





Dr. Milan V. Novak, associate dean of the Graduate College 
for tin: Chicago Professional Colleges 



Graduate College 



The quest for new knowledge and the 
stimulation of the basic objectives of schol- 
arship and intellectual achievement are tra- 
ditionally the responsibilities of a graduate 
college. Graduate degrees of master of 
science and doctor of philosophy awarded 
in many programs at the Chicago Profes- 
sional Colleges must be regarded as symbols 
of the highest intellectual endeavor. A re- 
stricted number of highly qualified students 
with or without previous professional train- 
ing are admitted for advanced work and 
pursuit of research in a chosen basic science 
field. It is the concern of the graduate col- 
lege to provide superior opportunity for the 
student of demonstrated ability in research. 

Properly accomplished graduates thus dis- 
seminate their investigative skills and intel- 
lectual influence to new centers for the 
advancement of the medical sciences. They 
become a direct reflection of the Univer- 
sity's contribution to the advancement of 
civilization. 



Aiiiiuoiiiateil dentifrice research 




594 



Cook County 
School of Nursing 



The University of Illinois Cook County 
School of Nursing offers a three year pro- 
gram leading to a diploma in nursing. One 
might also receive a bachelor of science in 
nursing after studying at the school. 

The school is one of the world's largest 
and most progressive. It provides a nurses 
residence complete with a health and recre- 
ation program. 

While studying there, nurses are given a 
two month affiliation in Community Health 
Nursing. They are instructed in well equip- 
ped classrooms, laboratories and libraries. 
The school also offers scholarship and loan 
funds to help in financing nurses' education. 




Cook County School of Nursing 



591 



Top roir : Johnson Smith, Rita Christiani, Barbara Kulbarsh, Betty Freiberg, Norma Potter, Julia Suty, Rose Marie Pokela, Claudette Ingraham, 

tsudent council representative; Julia Bozicevich, Howard Jensen 
Third, ran-: Theodore Taylor, Evelyn Houston, Sue Weickgenant, Joan Shideler, Jane Silker, Martha Peters, Elaine Bianchi, treasurer 

vice president; Lewis Blanchard 



Eileen Flood. 



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vice president; Lewis Blanchard 

Second row: Jean Dunson, secretary; Rosemary Wratney, Anna Roman ski, student council representative; Jean Billington, Margaret Christensen, 
Marilou Cosgrove, president; Patricia Brown, Frames Kadluboski, Ann Kelley 

Bottom row: Sonia Aamot, Patricia McNicols, Dorothy Meadows, auditor: Marilyn Smith. Genny Brazinsky, Mary Ann Olivetto, student council rep- 
resentative; Mary Hadley, Pauline Denke, Lucille Gerches, student council representative 

Xot in imnel : Carol Clinton. Kathleen Crane, June Hudon. Helen Miller, Beverly Pannell 




7 14 ^ti 1 11 



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icago 



Mini Union 



Display Committee — To/i row: John Sparks, Eldnn Van 

Sandt. Richard Him); 
Bottom row: Harry Lewis, chairman; Kenneth Anderson 



Music Committee: Robert Mnlhausen. .lames Myers. 

chairman; Thoburn Patton 
Xvt in panel: Jacques Chamberlain, Zena Kagan, Charles 

Metcalf 



The Chicago lllini Union is the cam- 
pus recreational center where students, 
faculty, and staff members eat, relax, 
and enjoy a wide variety of activities. 
General policies are defined by the 
Committee on Student Affairs and the 
Chicago lllini Union. The group consists 
of two students plus two faculty mem- 
bers from each college, two staff repre- 
sentatives, and six ex-officio officers. 

A few of the all-campus activities 
sponsored by the social committee 
each year are: an open house for new 
students, formal and informal dances, 
the Christmas Sing and Coke Dance, 
and the Campus Carnival. In addition 
to planning the various functions, the 
committee handles publicity and deco- 
rates for them. As a center of campus 
activities, the Chicago lllini Union is 
known as the "living" room of the 
campus. 



Social Committei — Standing: Thomas Bunting, Edward Raftery, Donald Hoscheit, Norman Nelson. Donald Ernst, Randall Mann. Charles Reach, Charles 

Reel 

Seated: Richard Georges, Louis Andriasevich, Frank Matsumoto, Geraldine Skorczewski, Dorothy Woitovich, Robert G. -Miller 
Not in panel: William Marshall, chairman : Rosita Stephan, William Markel, Jack Gibbs, Charles Moertel 




596 



597 




3* f$ 




John W. Brown, director of physical education 

The sports activities on the Chicago Profes- 
sional Campus offer students enrolled in the 
three colleges a variety of team and individual 
sports. For the past nine years, the activities 
have been directed by Mr. John W. Brown, 
instructor in physical education. Facilities at the 
Chicago lllini Union building are used to the 
fullest extent during the year by students' par- 
ticipation in all sports. In addition, facilities 
which are available include the nearby tennis 
courts, an athletic field, and swimming and 
handball facilities of the Duncan Y.M.C.A. 

The activities of the department are grouped 
into three major categories. Games for the 
varsity teams are scheduled by the department 



Chicago Campus 

Physical Education 

and Intramurals 



of physical education so that teams are able to 
compete with other college teams on the same 
athletic level. An intramural program which in- 
cludes such sports as football, volleyball, soft- 
ball, and golf is the most extensive undertaking 
of the department. An individual recreational 
program is also set up to provide facilities for 
all of the major sports. 

The varsity basketball team, coached by Jim 
Marks, senior medical student, had a very suc- 
cessful season with a 15-3 record. Eight straight 
games were won before they lost to Herzi 
92-86 in a triple overtime. Other losses were to 
Elgin Junior College 75-72 and Navy Pier 70-69. 



Varsity Basketball Team — Standing : James Marks, couch; Edward Stanich, David Hacker, Harold Biska, William Arkins, Jack Pearson, Lawrence 

Anderson, John Weiss, John Brown, director of physical education 
Seated: William Johnston, Harold Arnoff, Martin Morris, William Von Ruden, Nick Karabatsos, Thomas Pollard 




600 




Nu Sigma Nu Touch Football Champions — Standing: Richard Steury, 
William Johnston, George Kerrihard, Thomas Pollard. Merrill Huff- 
man 
Seated : John Andrews, George Lambakis, Glenn Fiscus 
Not in panel: Jack Pearson, John Pfau, Don Smart, Edward Hertko, 
William Hogan 

The intra murals of 1951-1952 were conducted 
on the same high level of competition and with as 
much enthusiasm as in the past. Participants were 
the fraternities and independents of the three 
colleges. The following champions were declared: 
Fall Golf, Nu Sigma Nu (Blazina and Schoppe, 
co-medalists); Tennis Doubles, Supple and Fricke; 
Touch Football, Nu Sigma Nu; Swimming, Nu 
Sigma Nu; Basketball, Delta Sigma Delta; Free 
Throwing, French; Handball Doubles, Neiditch 



Delia Sigma Delia Basketball Champions — Top row: Glenn Pratt, 
David Grauer, Bert Anton, Deane Doolen, Lawrence Anderson, 
Robert Brewer, Lawrence Schaller 

Bottom row : Paul Jennings, Robert Going. Harmon Kellv. John Weiss 
Robert Gillies 



and Stone; Volleyball, Delta Sigma Delta; Bad- 
minton Singles, Fricke; Badminton Doubles, Sup- 
ple and Fricke; Softball, Delta Sigma Delta; 
Spring Golf, Nu Sigma Nu (Blazina, medalist); 
Table Tennis Singles, Michels; Table Tennis 
Doubles, Fricke and Slezak; Weight Lifting, 
Chamberlin. The winner of the intramural trophy 
for the largest total number of points was Nu 
Sigma Nu with Delta Sigma Delta the runner-up. 



Delta Sigma Delta Volleyball Champions — Top row: Paul Jennings, 
Robert Going, Walter Karbowski, Harmon Kelly, John Weiss 

Bottom rote: Robert Brewer, Lawrence Schaller, Joe Nakavama. Robert. 
Gillies 



Delia Sigma Delta Softball Champions — To/i row: Earle Pomije, 
Bert Anton, Robert Goshgarian, John Weiss, Walter Karbowski. 
Robert Brewer 

Bottom roir: Joe Nakavama. Ralph Burkee. Harold Sandercock, 
Norman Jacobs, Henry Antolak, Thomas Case 





602 




Standing: Gordon Anderson. Edward Maehara, John Basco, Don Ervin. John March 

Seated: James Davis, David Rendleman, president; Patricia McEniff, secretary; Frank Lannti 

Not in panel: Morton Epstein. Paul Sapstein 

Executive Student Council acts as a liaison or- 

ganization between the three Student Councils, the Committee on Stu- 
dent Affairs, and the Chicago Mini Union 



io Committee 



Standing: Louis Andriasevich, Kenneth Anderson, Robert .Simon. Robert Mulhausen, Marvin H ir-.li. Lawrence Smith, Donald Flynn 

Seated: Jack Domnitz, John Tanscher. chairman; Nick Karabatsos, Peter Pleotis, Leo Sabien 

Not in panel: Donald Dart, Richard Georges, James .tones, Gerald Kien. Rita Procarione, Howard Stone 



603 






Standing: James Myers, president; Arthur Vilhvoek, Donald Stehr 

Seated: Shirley Eyster, Raymond H. Laury, Pastor-Director; Jean Gilpatrick, Mary Elizabeth Williams 

Wesley Foundation - 

St Paul Methodist Church 



College Informals 




604 



io Photo 
Winners 
Contest 



-Jl 







i 




605 




First place: Ronald E. Fox (M4) 



Second place: Edward ('. Krizek (I)'J) 



Third place: Charles D. Crepas (PI) 




606 



607 





608 



609 




Advertising Index 

Block and Kuhl Company 63 I 

Busey First National Bank 627 

Campus Book Store 623 

Capitol Engraving Company 615 

Coop Supply Store 627 

Economy Advertising Company 613 

Elgin Watch Company 625 

L. S. Heath and Company 617 

Mini Studio 621 

International Chemical Company 629 

John Deere and Company 619 

F. K. Robeson 629 

John Sexton and Company 617 

University of Illinois Alumni Association ....... 633 

610 



Index 



Urbana Campus 



Aagaard, Eric E., 65, 107, 157, 

161, 175, 424 
Aaronson, Donald W., 329 
Abbate, Ciro F., 424 
Abbott. Ellen, 410 
Abbott. James H., 186 
Abbott, Juanita L., 388 
Abdalla, Ibrahim S., 162 
Abdul. Kadir Akram S., 424 
Abel, Glenn F., 171, 366 
Aberle. Ezra B., 149, 367, 424 
Abern, Wendell S., 348 
Abernathy, Mrs., 419 
Ablin, Eileen C, 400 
Abrahams, Joseph, 153, 246 
Abrains, Edward M., 322 
Abrams, Jack, 236 
Acacia, 67, 288 
Accountancy Club, 169 
Acheson, James S., 319 
Achor, Marion, 376 
Ackerman, Alan A., 424 
Ackerman, Charles E., 178 
Ackerman, Lynn M., 304 
Activities, 60-143 
Acton, Beverly 1)., 400 
Adam, Marika P., 125, 386 
Adam. Robert J., 34s 
Adams, Bruce E., 315 
Adams, Clarissa B., 385, 420 
Adams, Dorothy F., 593 
Adams, Frances K., 72, 74, 154, 

179, 203, 400 
Adams, Frank F., 193 
Adams, John Y., 297 
Adams, Lillian H., 382, 424 
Adams, Richard W., 424 
Adams, Robert N., 175, 354 
Adams, Robert R., 126, 129, 424 
Adams, Robert W.. 167 
Adam3, Vivian D., 95, 382, 424 
Adams, Wayne H., 201 
Adamson, Doris M.. 68, 375, 424 
Adatto. Lorraine. 403 
Addy, Paul L., 319 
Adelson. Ronald S., 316 
Adelsperger, Robert J., 201, 203, 

362 
Ades, Lester J., 336 
Adesko, Paul L., 142, 159, 340 
Adkisson, J. Donald, 71, 150, 

168, 201, 355, 424 
Adleman, Frank, 365, 424 
Adler, Joyce, 408 
Adler, Lee, 329 
Administration, 16 — 45 
Administration Building, 35 
Afton, David N., 343 
Agase, Louis, 217 
Agriculture Education Club, 167 
Agruss, Ruth, 389 
Ahbe, Alice A.. 370. 424 
Ahlenius. William M., 142, 345 
Ahner, Diane C 407 
Ahr, Marvin J., 333 
Ahrens, Barbara L., 82, 379 
Ahrens, Carl W., 156, 226, 227, 

242, 306. 424 
Ahrens, Dolores F., 418 
A.I.Ch.E., 173 
Aidem, Howard, 533 
Aidlin. Rea E., 416 
A.l.E.E. — I.R.E., 174 
Aiken. Ronald D., 184, 338 
Aikman, Charles R., 363 
Ainsworth, Gerlad I., 200, 359 
Air Force Council, 138 
Air Force Senior Class, 139 
Akagi, Terry T.. 131 
Akerberg, George D., 320 
Alters, Dale M., 288, 424 
Akey, Margaret A.. 3 75 
Alaimo. Joseph. 338, 424 
Albers. Richard K., 357 
Albers, Ruth E., 125, 130, 415 
Albert, David P.. 130, 294 
Albert, Ella J.. 386 
Albert. William M., 195. 314 
Alblinger, Donald E., 328 
Albrecht, Albert W., 175, 203, 

348. 424 
Albrecht, Erwin W., 176, 424 
Albrecht, Robert C, 67, 328 
Albright, Charles E., 203, 354 
Albright, Vernon J., 362 
Albro, Jean A., 387 
Alcestis, 413 

Aldendifer. Bruce L., 177 
Alderson, Joan, 164, 253 
Aldrich, Edward E., 341, 425 



Aldridge, Jacqueline A., 73, 409 
Alex, Sallyann, 381 
Alexander, August J., 184, 425 
Alexander, Claude C, 358 
Alexander, Cyrus A., 191, 425 
Alexander. Lila, 408 
Alexander, Mary E., 385 
Alexander, Robert A., 92 
Alexander, Robert L., 149, 297 
Alexander. Thomas H., 320 
Alfonsi, Joy L., 398, 425 
Alfonsi, Patricia A., Ill, 379 
Alford, Robert D., 312 
Alford, William L., 333 
All-Ag Field Day, 74, 261 
Allahabad Student Affiliation 

Hoard, 170 
All University Forum, 117 
Allard, Ethel. 149 
Allen. Alfred, 172, 182 
Allen. Benton C, 159, 168, 203, 

293 
Allen, P.ernie L., 366 
Allen. Edith J., 397 
Allen, Eleanor D., 149, 397, 425 
Allen. Harold, 151 
Allen, Harry D„ 366 
Allen, John R., 290 
Allen. Linda L., 125, 126, 371 
Allen, Lucille, 12 5 
Allen, Mary B., 392 
Allen, Raymond J., 130 
Allen, Roger D., 349 
Allen, Sarah J., 105, 408 
Allen. Wilma M., 375 
Alles, John R., 533 
Alley, Rembert C, 360 
Allfree, Charles S., 128, 129, 

131, 359 
Allison. Alan H., 425 
Allison, James W., 193 
Alo, Olindo O., 425 
Alperin, Herschel B.. Ill 
Alpern. Yadelle T., 408 
Alpers, John, 48, 59, 118, 323, 

42 5 
Alpert, Bernard, 322 
Alpert. Harriet J.. 406 
Alpha Chi Omega, 370 
Alpha Chi Rho, 289 
Alpha (hi Sigma, 290 
Alpha Chron, 147 
Alpha Delta Phi, 291 
Alpha Delta J'i, 371 
Alpha Delta Sigma. 148 
Alpha Epsilon Phi, 372 
Alpha Epsilon Pi, 248. 249, 292 
Alpha (lamina Delta, 373 
Alpha (! am ma Rho, 293 
Alpha House, 413 
Alpha Kappa Alpha, 374 
Alpha Kappa Lambda, 294 
Alpha Eap/ia Psi, 146 
Alpha Lambda Delta, 149 
Alpha Omicron Pi, 375 
Alpha Phi, 376 
Alpha Phi Alpha, 295 
Alpha Phi Omeua, 171 
Alpha Rho Chi, 296 
Alpha Rho Tau, 194 
Alpha Siama Phi, 291 
Alpha Tau Alpha. 1 19 
Alpha Tau Omega, 249, 298 
Alpha Xi Delta, 377 
Alpha Zeta. 150 
Altenhoff, John R„ 157, 425 
Altenhoff, Norman R., 327 
Alter, Irwin C, 322 
Altera. Frank A.. 425 
Altera. Joan M., 408, 425 
Altgeld Hall, 38 
Alumni Association, 27 
Alvarez, Miguel, 172 
Alwes, Jane, 203 
Anient. Benjamin D., 319 
American Ceramic Society, 172 
American Foundry men's Society, 

172 
American Veterinary Medical 

Societu, 194 
Amm. Nancy D., 126, 166, 373, 

425 
Amnions, Ronald A., 309 
Amos, Archalene, 126. 374, 397 
Amrine, Charles M., 178, 201, 

355, 425 
Ams, James E., 533 
Amsteen, Mary K., 407 
Amtman, Mona J., 381 
Amundsen, Diane L., 202 
Amundson. Glen L., 170 
Anasov, Richard, 344 
Ancel, Max A., 335 



Andersen, Burton R.. 124 
Andersen, Laird B., 290 
Anderson, Allan W., 125, 174, 

425 
Anderson, Anne, 401 
Anderson, Arthur G., 151 
Anderson, Arthur L., 162, 174 
Anderson, Arthur. 151, 359 
Anderson, Barbara J., 374, 401 
Anderson, Bruce E., 341 
Anderson, Bryce, 290 
Anderson, Charles H., 425 
Anderson, Daniel L., 169, 359 
Anderson, Dean F., 425 
Anderson, Dean M., 150, 289, 

330 
Anderson, Donald C, 318 
Anderson, Donald K., 355 
Anderson, Edmond R., 125 
Anderson, Edward L., 190, 357, 

42 5 
Anderson. Elizabeth C, 425 
Anderson, Ferd E., 12. 12 5 
Anderson, Gary J., 130. 300 
Anderson, Gerald E.. 201, 358, 

426 
Anderson, James J., 195 
Anderson, James R.. 125, 142, 

352, 426 
Anderson. John A., 124, 126, 

202, 305, 426 
Anderson. John A., 173, 194, 

342, 426 
Anderson. Joan L., 126 
Anderson, Karl S., 3(11 
Anderson, Kenneth W., 65, 159, 

342 
Anderson, Libby, 125 
Anderson, Marian E , 395 
Anderson. Morten H., 366 
Anderson, Patricia, 113 
Anderson. Paul E.. 202 
Anderson, Peggy S.. 120, 149, 

378 
Anderson, Phyllis J., 124, 396, 

426 
Anderson. Phyllis Joy, 201, 253, 

408 
Anderson, Richard C, 146, 182, 

308, 366 
Anderson, Richard C. 172, 184, 

291 
Anderson, Richard L., 345, 426 
Anderson. Richard \\\, 155 
Anderson, Robert H.. 65, 152, 

161, 196, 306, 426 
Anderson, Robert R., 361 
Anderson. Robert W.. 202, 348, 

366 
Anderson. Roger L.. 312 
Anderson. Roy L., 361 
Anderson, Sam, 229 
Anderson. Sandra, 380. 426 
Anderson. Sandra M., 124. 125. 

411. 426 
Anderson, Steve. 67, 247 
Anderson. Sue E„ 95, 158, 385 
Anderson, Sunley, 290 
Anderson, Warren C, 363 
Anderson, Willard. 125 
Anderson. William D.. 330. 426 
Andre, Armand J.. 107, 184, 

192, 321 
Andreas, Barbara L., 373 
Andres, Myra E.. 205. 406 
Andresen. Marvin J., 298 
Andrew. Arthur L.. 160, 327 
Andrews. Allen H., 50, lid. 

186, 187, 309 
Andrews, Andrew, 172, 182 
Andrews. Carol J., 98, 407 
Andrews. Charles J., 81, 120, 

146, 294 
Andrews, David. 156. 194 
Andrews, Franklin, 305 
Andrews, Joan, 370 
Andrews. Gloria D., 73, 419 
Andrews, Helen W., 164, 400 
Andrews, Irwin B., 363 
Andrews, J. David, 96, 159 
Andrews. Nancy C . 388. 426 
Andrews, Raymond E., 324 
Andrews. Ruth M.. 120, 149, 

378 
Andris, George. 128 
Andrix. George P., 131, 127 
Anerswald. Richard, 359 
Aney. Paul M., 52, 152, 246, 

339. 426 
Angell. James W„ 307 
Angus, George L., 141, 306 
Angus. Marvin S., 102. 306 
Ankenbrand. Juliann. 129, 402 



Anner, Bernice, 125 

Anner, George, 125 

Anovitz, Robert A., 362, 426 

Anschel, Bert, 362 

Anstadt, Robert M., 363 

Antiverds, John, 165 

Anzelmo, Donald P.. 341 

App. Josephine H., 68. 69, 166, 

370 
Appel, Gwen N., 403 
Appel, Leonard, 292 
Appel, Ronald M., 187, 363 
Appelbaum, Charlene B., 406 
Appelt, Stanley A., 426 
Arbeen. Lynn A., 297 
Arbenz, Mary H., 113 
Archer, Donald G., 308 
Archibald, Doris L., 379 
Architecture Building, 35 
Arden, Stanley E., 183, 362, 

426 
Arensman, Jan E., 154, 375, 

426 
Arenson, Diann. 397 
Arentsen. Miriam K., 73, 398, 

426 
Arfstrom. Gail L.. 408 
Armed Forces, 134 
Armed Forces Council. 134 
Armentrout, Gerald W., 426 
Armistead. Richard E., 200 
Armory, 42 

Armstrong, Harold G., 334 
Armstrong. Harriett J., 394 
Armstrong, Harry C, 194, 198, 

297, 427 
Armstrong, John H., 315 
Armstrong, Lee H.. 407 
Armstrong, Margery M., 396 
Armstrong, Mary E., 128, 129, 

188, 410, 427 
Armstrong. Paul, 300 
Armstrong, Robert E., 60, 118, 

313 
Armstrong, Robert F., 62, 364 
Armstrong, Rose A.. 371 
Armstrong, Shirley A.. 155, 395. 

427 
Armstrong, Thelma J., 407 
Armsworth, Joyce B., 380 
Arm ii, 135 

Arnold, Albert (i.. 317 
Arnold, Barbara C, 125, 380 
Arnold, Donald R., 341 
Arnold. Jack, 160 
Arnold. Marianna, 185 
Arnold, Roger T., 355 
Arnold. Ronald P.. 18(1. 427 
Arnold. William G.. 105. 299, 

427 
Arnold Society, 194 
Ainsworth, Joyce. 593 
Ainum. Ardell G., 417 
Aronovsky, Norman M. 183 
Aronson. Howard 1.. 364 
Aronson. Morton E.. 335 
Aronson, Peter. 344 
Aronstam, Joseph M.. 329, 427 
Arteques. Jack. 1 92 
Artero. Ricardo J.. 175, 314 
Artigues. Helen J., 392, 427 
Artigues, Roland J.. 323 
Artinger. Charles K.. 309 
Arvedson. Jane F.. 179. 200 
Arvedson. Peter, 200 
A.S.A.E., 173 
A.S.C.E., 175 

Aschenbach, Shirley A.. 375 
Ascher. Jeanie L., 396 
Ascher, William W.. 195. 321 
Ash, James D., 108 180, 293 
Ash. Marjorie F., 124, 402. 427 
Ashbrook. David K.. 293. 427 
Ashley. Norman B., 194 
Ashley. Robert E., 297 
A.S.M.E., 175 
Asmund'-on. Diane L., 406 
Astiin, Marshall 336 
Atchison, Lois, 125 
Athev. Roy L.. 427 
Athletics, 2C6-253 
Ator, Donald G., 315 
Ator, Leslie W., 85, 93, 120, 

149, 158, 387 
Auburn, Arthur D., 339 
Aufderhaar, William B., 331 
August Herbert R.. 326 
Augutyn, Geraldine R., 396, 

427 
Aukamp, Merle L„ 203. 351 
Aurwurn, Audrey L.. 409 
Aupperle. Eldon R., 149, 167 
Auslander, Merwin B., 326, 427 



611 



Austin, Barbara J., 162 
Austin, Donald T., 169, 192, 

427 
Austin. Jeff M., 234, 235. 242, 

317 
Austin, Lloyd L., 357 
Averill, Richard D., 364 
Avery. James H., 142, 180 
Avischious, Arthur \Y., 126. 203 
Avisehious, Raymond G., 306, 

42 7 
Axelrad, Lowell, 162. 316, 427 
Ayer, Ramsay M., 376 
Ayotte. Ronald J., 100, 289 
Ayres, Peter B., 304 
Ayson, Jean C. 126, 407 



Babb, Ann I., 385 

Babb, James A., 306 

Babb, Janice B., 397 

Babb, Joan W., 396, 427 

Babcock, Beverly L.. 202, 408 

Babcock. Charles M„ 345 

Babcock. Robert F., 354 

Babeno, Lubov V., 398 

Babicz, Donald J.. 300 

Bach. Nancy R., 383 

Bacher, Edward L., 65, 90, 313, 

427 
Bachhawat, Bimal K.. 182 
Bachman, Donna M., 406 
Bachman, Elizabeth J., 386 
Bachman, Gerald L., 131, 150, 

310 
Bachmann, Robert R., 203 
Bachouros, Peter F., 208, 210, 

211, 212, 214, 217 
Back, Arthur R., 307, 427 
Bade, Louis A., 428 
Bader, Wendell, 149 
Badran, Mostafa K., 149 
Baer, Tobey F., 397 
Baez, Edgar R., 180, 360 
Bages, Anne H.. 126. 253, 407 
Bahcall, Barbara, 403, 428 
Bahe, Harold H.. 193 
Bahnfleth, Donald R.. 533 
Bailey, David C, 304 
Bailey, Donald R„ 157, 190, 332 
Bailey, Heaton, 150, 151 
Bailey. John K., 108, 428 
Bailey. Robert E., 317 
Bailey, Roger M., 353 
Bailey, William M„ 354 
Bailey. William S., 288 

Bailing, James, 174 
Bairn, Sherwin H., 326 
Baiman, Barbara. 381 

Baird, Donald T., 70, 71, 146, 
353, 428 

Baird, Mary G., 126, 179, 418, 
428 

Baird, Mary J., 179, 419, 428 

Baird, William D., 105, 168, 
180, 293 

Baitman, Sheldon A.. 336 

Bakle, James W., 291 

Bakall, Norman J., 292 

Baker, Barbara J., 157, 181, 
371, 428 

Baker, Burl P., 357 

Baker, Carl J., 298 

Baker, Jack, 189, 296 

Baker, James H.. 192 

Baker, Myrian E.. 127, 128, 
188, 390, 428 

Baker, Neal H„ 289 

Baker, Richard R., 340 

Raker, Thomas A., 320 

Baker. Willis G, 297, 428 

Baldridge. Barbara B., 400 

Baldus, Donald E., 313, 428 

Balikov, Rose, 416 

Balin, Jay Z., 336 

I'.alin, Sandra, 403. 428 

Bail, Avis, 125 

Ball, Donald A.. 366 

Ballard, Joyce M., 397 

Ballinger. Carol I., 374 

Ballin, Donald R., 336 

Ballog, Elizabeth J., 166, 383, 
428 

Balson, Howard L., 188, 326 

Baluka, Robert L., 361 

Balzhiser, Robert M., 136, 194, 
343, 428 

Banaszewski, Theodore, 151 

Bandalin, Felice, 389 

Bandelin, Valerie R., 192 

Bandelin, William N., 192 

Bandy, John W., 327 

Banicki, Jerome, 193 

Banister, William C, 300 

Bank, Thomas L., 194, 344, 
428 

Banks, Clarence H.. 169 

Banks, Eleanor J., 374 

Banks, Peter A., 291 

Bannon, Mary P., 419 

Bansback, Earl A., 428 

Banter. Charles R., 190, 348 



Bapst, Jennis J., 60, 63, 70, 
71, 156. 165 

Baptist Student Foundation, 200 

Barabe, Elizabeth J., 387 

Baranski, Jerome F., 226, 227, 
306 

Barbel, Dick C, 333 

Barber, Ann S., 408 

Barber, Fred B., 366 

Barber, Thomas, 549 

Barboro, Alfred J., 188 

Barbie, Mrs., 413 

Barcik, Robert R., 313 

Bardos, John J., 355 

Bare, Frank L., 194, 234, 235, 
242, 303 

Barelli, Nick P., 312 

Barfod, Lillian. 395 

Bargh, George H., 28, 29. 66 

Barkei, Diane E., 149, 408 

Barinek, Robert F., 360 

Barker, Janet G, 51, 103, 383 

Marker, John L., 169, 363 

Barker, Lucius J., 295 

Barker, Twiley W., 295 

Barker, William, 317 

Barkson, Joseph A., 163 

Barlow, Mary G., 154, 179, 184, 
419, 428 

Barnard, Thomas A., 170 

Barnes, Barbara A., 112, 166, 
186, 386 

Barnes, John, 359 

Barnes, Robert G., 328, 428 

Barnes, Ruth J., 409 

Barnes. Walter E., 301 

Barnett, Andrew F., 298 

Barnett, Bruce E., 314 

Barnett. Charles E., 188, 298 

Barnett, James A., 428 

Barnett, James E., 344 

Barnett, Kenneth E., 429 

Barnhart, Carl I., 97 

Barnhart, Henry H., 150, 429 

Barnhart, Mildred M., 185, 377, 
429 

Baron, Gerald S., 344 

Barr, Alfred E., 306 

Barrettt, Robert J., 107, 330 

Barrie, Mary J., 376 

Barrie, Ruth, 164, 376 

Barron. Robert ('., 361 

Barrow. Nancy E.. 85, 166, 
396. 429 

Barry, Alan J., 302 

Barry, Jennis, 203 

Barry, Sara J., 61, 68, 378 

Bartell. James E., 125, 126 

Bartell, Max O., 177 

Barth, Clyde L., 124, 126 

Barthelemy, Carl R., 155, 195, 
366 

Barthell, Edward E., 160, 299 

Bartlett. Anne H., 201 

Bartlett, Hale C., 120, 299 

Bartlett, Walter K.. 533 

Bartley, Bonnie J., 373 

Barto, Paul B., 125 

Bartoletti, John J., 190, 358, 
429 

Barton House.t M. If. H., 361 

Bartruff, David B., 203, 304 

Bartunek. Richard M., 339 

Baseball, 224 

Bash, Wanda I.. 2, 55, 98, 99, 

157, 166, 385, 429 
Baskes, Roger S., 65, 292 
Bass, Deborah. 404 
Bassett, Henry C, 192, 429 
Bassie, V. L., 24 
Bassler, Edith M., 179, 402, 

429 
Bastian, Bruce A., 353 
Bates, Mark W., 338 
Bates, Richard K., 429 
Bates. Robert E., 195. 362 
Battaglia. David L., 198 
Battuello, Frank L., 363 
Bauchman. Donna, 408 
Baudino, Barbara A., 386 
Bauer, Carol L.. 378, 429 
Bauer, John R., 210, 215, 217, 

338 
Bauer, Paul D., 315 
Bauer, Raymond D., 346 
Bauer, Ronald E., 365, 429 
Bauling, Sylvia L., 149 
Baum, Adam, 200 
Baum, Richard G., 128, 334 
Baumann, Gladys M.. 179, 411 
Baumgardner, Max E., 218, 223, 

242, 331, 429 
Baumgartner, Walter F., 125, 

127 
Bawa, Kanwal S., 182 
Baxmann, Wayne J., 191. 429 
Baxter, Barbara J., 129, 380 
Baxter, Bruce M., 294 
Baxter, Diane Z., 251, 253, 

411 
Baxter, Fredrick J., 318 
Baxter, Kenneth D„ 337 
Bayles, Janet I., 402 



Bayley, William H., 129, 171, 
317 

Beach, Edward C, 48, 55, 217, 
243, 300, 429 

Beach, Margaret L., 409, 429 
Beals. Robert J., 172, 182, 332 

Beam. William S., 354 

Beaman, Keith W.. 300 

Bean. Norma H.. 384 

Bean. Robert H., 337 

Beanblossom, Anne E., 390 

Beanchini, Jeanne, 411 

Beatty. Clarence D., 200, 356 

Beatty, Clifford E., 74, 126. 293 

Beatty, Joan E., 158, 164, 383 

Beatty, John F., 288 

Beatty, Judith E., 317 

Beauchamp, Kent, 331 

Beau-Chateau, 414 

Beaudoin, Harriet A.. 99, 111, 
386 

Beberman. Elizabeth, 125 

Bebout, Albert E., 429 

Beck, Buford, 232 

Beck, Donna J.. 400 

Beck, Gordon E., 149, 167, 367, 
429 

Beck, Robert C, 429 

Beck, Ronald J., 301 

Beck. William L., 169, 333 

Becka, June M.. 410 

Beckenbaugh, Richard A., 171 

Becker, Barbara, 411 

Becker, Bernita F., 404 

Becker, Gloria E., 407. 430 

Becker, Marilyn A., 401 

Becker, Paul A.. 317 

Becker, Robert R„ 127, 128 

Becker, Ronald H., 292 

Becker. Rudolph J., 168 

Becker, Wayne R„ 126, 180, 
293 

Beckett, Grace, 128 

Beckett, Roger A., 190, 363 

Beckmann, Henry, 361 

Beckmann, Richard E.. 175, 
365, 430 

Bedell. Jeanne M., 378, 430 

Bednarek. Daniel T., 217 

Beebe. Raymond B., 345, 430 

Beedy. Janet A., 371, 430 

Beeny, Elmer I., 430 

Beert, Carl J.. 172 

Beerup. Robert R., 430 

Beeson, Claris D., 82, 88, 89, 
149, 373 

Beeson, Shirlev A., 410 

Beeson, William J., 320 

Begalka, Richard H.. 192, 363, 
430 

Beggs. Emily L., 120, 392 

Begoon. Beverly A., 416 

Begoun, Sherwin T., 169. 430 
Behling, Leonard W., 124, 125, 

129 
Behling, Robert P., 203. 361 
Behrend, Leslie G., 197 
Behrens, Miriam A.. 112, 149, 

203, 384 
Behringer. Clara, 111, 113 
Beihl, Richard, 178 
Beilawa, Herbert, 136 
Beilfuss, Charles W., 152, 203, 

357, 430 
Beilke, June B., 253. 393, 430 
Beimfohr, Roberta H., 108, 120, 

179, 203, 402 
Bein, Robert W., 323 

Beinhauer, Marilyn J., 385 

Beldon. Catherine J., 205 

Belfi, George, 125 

Belford, Rue L., 186, 430 

Beling, Thomas E., 152 

Bell, Barbara. 390 

Bell. Charlotte E.. 404 

Bell, Ellen A., 205, 395 

Bell, Gene S., 430 

Bell, James F., 338 

Bell, John, 151 

Bell, Richard E., 168, 180, 355 

Bell, Sheldon C, 338 

Bell, William J., 363 

Bellamy. Phyllis J., 100, 158, 

379 
Bellatti, Charles M., 188 
Belleff. Katherine A., 205, 413 
Belsley. Alvin C, 359 
Belting, Natalia, 63, 203 
Belyea, Janice N., 125, 188, 370 
Bemis, Richard G„ 141, 142 
Bemoras, Irving, 136, 219, 221, 

222, 223, 242, 335, 430 
Bender, Barbara C 408 
Bender, Charlotte E., 403 
Bender, Francis L., 412 
Bender. James H., 176 
Bender, Joan, 179 
Bender, John T., 102, 188, 320 
Bender. Roy S.. 195, 314 
Bendigkeit, John R., 194, 331 
Benedict, Ronald L., 243, 341 
Benes, Richard, 173. 361, 430 
Benesch, Samuel E., 186 
Benesh. Edward R.. 169, 341 



Bengston, Gordon B., 124, 313 
Beniac, Mary A., 401 
Benner, Eugene L., 330 
Bennett, Barbara A., 68, 253, 

387, 430 
Bennett, David M., 294 
Bennett, Francis A., 406 
Bennett, George L., 330 
Bennett, Harold R., 172 
Bennett, James B., 149, 150, 

167, 367 
Bennett. Joseph G, 186, 187, 

297 
Bennett, Mary V., 373 
Bennett, Ronald M., 336 
Bennorth, Bob. 236 
Benscoter, Mary J., 124, 125 
Benson, Bettye D., 374, 397 
Benson, Eline L., 408 
Benson, James C, 354 
Benson, Roger J., 351 
Benton. Dwight W., 198, 301, 
t 431 

Berbaum. Marilyn R., 378 
Bercher, Fredrick W., 299 
Bercher, Marilyn E., 397 
Berdal. Eivind, 188 
Berenbaum, Harris L., 136. 196, 

431 
Berenson, Hermine F.. 408 
Beresniewicz, Alexander, 354 
Berg, Arthur E., 175. 431 
Berg. Howard B., 359 
Berg, Inez R., 431 
Berg, Stuart H., 105, 316. 431 
Berger, Barbara A.. 253, 408 
Berger. Gloria F., 68, 389 
Berger, Jeanne P., 387 
Berger, Joyce, 166, 177, 406, 

431 
Bergeron, Richard T., 155, 156 
Bergman, Neil L., 329 
Bergman, Sara L., 202. 406 
Bergquist. Susan E.. 202 
Bergstrom, Eldon W., 291, 431 
Bergstrom, James D., 309 
Berke. Ira M.. 348 
Berke, Richard E., 292 
Berkley. Carole L., 381 
Berkovec. James W., 152, 323, 

431 
Berkowitz, Arnold W., 85 
Berkshire, Richard C, 301, 431 
Berlin. Charles M.. 308 
Berlin, Marlene, 372, 431 
Berlo. David K., 97, 431 
Berman, Adrienne R., 399 
Bei-man, Burton R., 326 
Berman. Marshall P.. 360 
Berman, Marvin D., 316 
Berman, Zina, 149 
Bernard, Adrienne L., 399 
Bernfield. Glen R., 335 
Bernhardt, Bernadine A., 203, 

401 
Bernhardt, Dean J., 351 
Bernhardt, Janette M., 73. 203, 

401 
Bernik, Joseph. 362 
Bernoudy. Helen M., 411 
Bernsen. Elaine K., 251, 372 
Bernsen. Sheldon. 363 
Bernstein, Sylvia, 404 
Berntsen, Yvonne E., 397 
Berolatti, Louis J., 188, 352, 

431 
Berolzheimer, Karl, 362. 431 
Berquist. Nancy M., 164, 185, 

251, 253, 396 
Berquist, Susan, 164 
Berron. Marvin L., 177 
Berry, John G, 67, 313 
Berry, Rex K.. 360 
Berry, Richard R.. 184, 313 
Berry, Zoe A., 177 
Berryhill, Betty A., 68, 69, 170, 

385, 431 
Berryhill, Robert L., 151, 162. 

361, 431 
Berschet, Marv, 229 
Breta. Mary J., 410, 430 
Berthene, Victor H., 354 
Berutti, Constance M., 155, 401 
Beste, Travor R., 328 
Bestow, Barbara A., 416 
Beta Alpha Psi, 150 
Beta Gamma Sigma, 151 
Beta House, 414 
Beta Theta Pi, 249, 299 
Bethards. Rolland E., 151, 159, 

312 
Bettinger, Leonard D., 344 
Bettinghaus, James R., 366 
Bettitt, Rolland, 365 
Betts. Marlin K., 172. 346 
Betzig. Jack. 300 
Betzold, Mary A.. 164, 408 
Beucherie, Frank D.. 362 
Beuttler. William R.. 146, 169, 

306, 431 
Beyer, Frances R., 408 
Bez, Richard C, 152, 174 
Bezio, Marjorie B., 373 
Bhalerao. Vasant R., 182 



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Bhatacharjee, Jyoti P., 182 
Bhise, Dattatray K.. 182 
Bialek, Thaddeus K., 431 
Biama, Pat, 414 
Bibo, William A., 333 
Bickes, Wavne L., 328 
Bicknell, joe S., 168, 176, 293 
Biedo, JeanneLe J., 64. 97, 414, 

432 
Blefeld, Le3ter C, 366 
Biehler, Deane I., 337 
Bielawa, Frank K.. 354 
Bielawa, Herbert \\\. 354, 432 
Bielefeld, Roger M., 328 
Bien, Herman ('., 432 
Bierbaum, William, 92, 245 
Bierstedt, Paul E., 290 
Bi ester, Robert E., 358 
Biggers, Egbert W., 173, 432 
Bigler, Kay, 88, 370 
Bihling, Leonard, 3, 362 
Bijjani, George Y., 362 
Bikn, Donald, 362 
Hilek, Robert A., 432 
Bills, Mary U„ 51, 99, 203, 384 
Bils, Robert F.. 178, 366 
Binder. George R., 323 
Binder. Julius. 361, 432 
Bingham, Wdliam U.. 317 
Bingley. Edward J., 200 
Bird, John L., 188, 432 
Birgerson, June D., 120, 370 
Birkleland, Stephen P., 303 
Birkhahn, George J., 351, 432 
Birkhimer, Edwin A.. 141, 361, 

432 
Birky, John E., 288 
Birnbaum, Harriet L., 397 
Birnbaum, James A., 316 
Birtwell, Margaret A., 101, 392 
Birtwell. Phvdis J„ 82, 100, 

158, 392 
Bishay, Mouris A., 205 
Bishop, Donna J.. 164, 253 
Bishop, Henry V., 297 
Bishop. James W., 243, 299, 

432 
Bishop, Leslie R., 321 
Bishop, Robert E., 209, 217, 

334 
Bishop. Roger B., 107, 321 
Bishop, Sherril W.. 299 
Biskupic, Patricia J., 397 
Bitkower, Anita L., 381 
Bitzer, Donald L- 299 
Bizar, Barbara J., 403 
Bjerg, Nils, 306 
Bjorvik, Roger A.. 181, 432 
Black. Beverly A.. 388 
Black. Janice M., 383 
Black. Nancy J., 397 
Blackard, Carolyn A., 394 
Blaine, Jacqueline L., 411 
Blaine, William M . 96, 320, 432 
Blair, Allen L.. 183 
Blair, Glenn M„ 299 
Blair. Judith K., 432 
Blake, Oscar E„ 432 
Blake, Richard P., 48, 56, 66, 

304, 432 
Blake, Roger C, 325. 432 
Blake. William J., 298 
Blakely, George O., 136, 304 
Blakely. Marian E., 125, 408 
Blakeslee, Robert A., 296. 432 
Blakeslee, Susan A.. 419 
Blakslee. John C 192, 289 
Blanchard. Robert, in:!. 188, 306 
Bland, Elaine R., 376 
Bland, Flavil W., 294 
Bland, John, 308 
Bland, Martha F., 164, 25(1. 402 
Blankenship, Marshall L., 98 

177, 309 
Blasberg, Lilo, 420 
Blase. Carl J., 146. 325. 432 
Blatchley, Ernest R., 170. 433 
Blattner, Carl, 190, 348. 433 
Blattner, James S., 326 
Blaufarb, Herbert, 433 
Blaze, Frank A.. 433 
Blechschmidt. Richard E., 195 
Bleck. Daniel K.. 341 
Bledig. Albert G., 156 
Bleier. Samuel H., 130 
Blesser, Mrs., 3 83 
Bliler, James W., 149, 167, 168, 

293. 433 
Bliler, Marion D., 358 
Bline. Ned N„ 173 
Bliss. Beverly J.. 179, 419 
Bliss, David M., 316 
Bliss, John W.. 173. 433 
Blitsch. Lila J., 419 
Blitstein, Joan M., 416 
Blitt, Joseph A., 165, 187, 190, 

362 
Block, Leonard N.. 344 
Block, Lois J., 372 
Block. Sylvia. 408 
Blodgett, Herbert 1!.. 71 
Blodgett, Mary B„ 164 
Blomberg, Margurite L., 377, 

433 



Blommaert, Richard 10.. 433 
Blomquist, Charles 11.. 67, 294 
Blood, James J., 129 
Bloomberg. Gordon K., 329 
Bloomquist, Kenneta G., 128, 

129, 433 
Bloomquist, Wanda V., 200, 370, 

433 
Bloomquist, Wayne E., 303 
lilough. Barry i'\. 298 
I'.lough. Earl P.. 173 
Blount. Joan E., 433 
Blout. Ann P., 124, 125, 188, 

433 
Blue, Beverly J., 147, 200. 370 
Blue, Patricia A., 370 
Bluege. Barbara A., 149, 401 
Bluestone, Allan B.. 361 
Bluethe, Ellen. 399 
Blum, Harlow B., 297 
Blumenthal. Audrey jvl., 401 
Blumenthal, BeUy. 408. 433 
Blunt, Eugene J., 175, 365, 433 
Blustein, Lillian. 407 
Hoard of Trustees, 20 
Boardmann. Glenn, 205 
Bobbins. Mildred E„ 388, 433 
Bobeng, Harry D., 433 
Bobka. Denis J., 184, 363 
Bockewitz, Mary S., 390 
Bockman, Ray J., 67, 333 
Bocksruker, Ronald W., 366 
Bodecker, Lewis T., 302 
Bodell, David E.. 313 
Bodinus. Winifred E., 401 
Bodnar, Stephen J.. 177 
Boe. Thoma, .1., 318, 433 
Boehl. Muriel C. 166, 387 
Boerio, Charles, 244, 315 
Boersma, Burton B., 434 
Bogart. Ernest, 151 
Bogner. Vernon J.. 352 
Bohacek, Eleanor T.. 97. 411, 

434 
Bohbrink. Mary A., 398, 434 
Bohl, Robert W., 107 
Bohn. Chris P.. 362 
Bohn. Nancy J.. 51, 84. 410 
Bohn. Virginia J., 200, 370 
Bohon, Allan R., 112, 186, 187, 

294 
Bohrer. Donald M., 54, 60, 62, 

63, 81, 146, 151. 338. 434 
Bokenkamp, Uonald G., 130. 172 
Bokenkamp, James W., 156, 203 
Bokman. William W., 533 
Boldon, Charles M.. 337 
Bollenbach. Francis R., 354 
Bolter. Charles L.. 297. 434 
Bolton, Joyce E., 72, 108, 15 1. 

179, 402 
Bolton, Russell L., 90, 159, 172, 

289 
Bomash, Babette J.. 391. 434 
Bombino. Frances. 407 
Bond, Elizabeth M.. 125, 129 
Bond, Jerry L., 385 
Bond, William B„ 434 
Bonde, James R., 347 
Bonds. John C, 307 
Bondy. Fred J.. 3 1 6. 1)', 1 
Bone, David J.. 155. 313 
Bone. Robert G., 33 
Bone, Thomas D., 131. 313 
Bonfante, Jordan P.. 361 
Bonk, George V., 363 
Bonnell, Joan A., 97 
Boock, Merilyn, 397 
Boon, William C, 227, 299 
Boone, Roger L., 434 
Booth, Joyce G., 179, 377 
Booth, Norwood A., 174, 434 
Booz, Gordon D„ 180. 194. 434 
Borchart. Eugene K„ 289 
Borden. William R.. 367 
Bordes, Joan M., 393 
Boren, Martha L., 398 
Borg, Stuart H.. 181, 434 
Borgo. Larry L. 360 
Borhek, James T., 434 
Borhek, Katherine B.. 434 
Borik, Paul. 178, 202. 434 
Borkon. Benjamin M.. 316 
Borman, Bernard N.. 82, 344 
Borman. Herbert R . 208. 209, 

210, 213, 217, 309 
Borman. Lorraine R.. 112. 158, 

193. 372 
Bornholdt. Donald W., 333 
Bornholdt, Carl, 125, 323 
Romstein, Barbara .A.. 126. 403 
Borowsky, Benjamin A.. 67. 159, 

344 
Borowsky, Colman H., 344 
Borpujari. Dulal C, 170, 434 
Borregard. Glenn E., 291 
Borring, Allen G., 348 
Bonis, Roger J., 172 
Borsini, Shirley T.. 376 
Borell, Margaret J.. 370 
Boruszak. Donald L., 66, 67, 

84, 89, 189, 316 
Boruszak, James M., 66, 67, 31, 

316, 434 



Boruszak, Nancy A., 120, 158, 

391 
Boscher, Robert W., 180, 339 
Bosso, John S., 361 
Bostic. Carolyn J., 124, 408 
Bostrom, Donald E.. 330 
Bostrom, Richard C, 330 
Boswell, John T., 367 
Botes, Steve G.. 434 
Bott, Walter T., 184, 194 
Bottomley, Edward J., 146, Kid. 

247. 345 
Bottorff, Arthur A., 193 
Bouas, Raymond L-. 150, 335, 

435 
Bouchard. Barbara R., 396 
Boughton. Charles R., 435 
Bourassa, Eldon G., 173. 356, 

435 
Bourbulas, Dan T., 362, 435 
Bourne, Mary J., 179 
Bournstine, Charles S., 366 
Bouwsma, Beverly, 125 
Bowald. Alfred A., 152, 161 
Bowen. Charles E., 27, 81 
Bowen. Jean B.. 375 
Bowen, Nancy, 384 
Bowen. Ronald G., 339 
Bower. Alexander T., 197 
Bower, Alice A., 385 
Bower. J. Leeds, 339, 435 
Bowers, Mary J.. 435 
Bowers, Paul D.. 189 
Bowles. John. 295 
Bowman. Charles, 70 
Bowman, John R.. 296, 435 
Bowman, Robert P., 362 
Bowman. Verne R., 308 
Bowsher, Charles A., 324, 435 
Bowsher, Jack E., 324, 435 
Boyce. John C. 125 
Boyd. Donald 0., 75, 317. 435 
Boyd, Lewis, 367 
Boyden, George R., 200, 309 
Boyer, Ira. 50, 88. 171, 335 
Boyer. John R.. 351 
Boyer. Tenney J.. 67. 309 
Boyer. William E., 192, 435 
Boyes, John, 360 
Boyle, Marjorie M.. 169, 398 
Boyle, Stuart A.. 67. 171. 342 
Boys, Robert D., 435 
Bozis, Anna M , 73. 203, 408 
Bozno;. Nick W., 341, 435 
Brabes, Daniel ('.. 190, 135 
Brace. Donald. 353 
Brackett, William, 151 
Bracy, M. Diane. 125. 370 
Bradbury. Robert L., 129, 34 5 
Brademas, David J., 198 
Bradford, Janet R.. 410 
Bradley. Allen R., 126. 321 
Bradley, Marianne, 370 
Bradshaw. Arthur, 142 
Bradshaw. Donald H., 85, 333 
Bradshaw, Marie. 184 
Bradshaw, Max R., 435 
Bradshaw, Sargeant, 142 
Bradshaw. Shirley A., 396 
Brady. Curtis K., 129 
Brady. Daniel W.. 3 13. 356 
Brady, Dennis ('., 323 
Brady, Donald G.. 313, 435 
Brady. John \Y.. 360 
Brady. Lester E., 328 
Branch. James E.. 50. 299 
Brandon, Earl T.. 317 
Brandt. Aaron W.. 291 
Brandt, Harry A., 359 
Brandt, John M.. 165. 203 
Brandt, Patricia A., 126, 411 
Brandt, Wallace E„ 193. 202, 

435 
Brandt. Warren H.. 107. 203 
Brandzel, Marilyn A., 404 
Branecki. Irwin L., 435 
Brani. John R., 436 
Brannan. Hulda A.. 126. 384 
Brannon, Mildred, 205 
Branoff, Karl. 436 
Branom, Curtis D.. 181, 338 
Branom, Richard L„ 120, 299 
Branom, William H., 299 
Brantingham. Barclay, 354 
Brantingham, Donald A.. 194, 

299 
Brantley, Herbert. 130 
Branz, Elwin E.. 193, 362 
Brase. Fern L.. 203, 415 
Bratschun, William R., 65, 172. 

436 
Braude. Audrey R., 149, 372 
Brauer, Henry S., 316 
Braun. Howard. 223. 236, 241 
Brausch. Naomi R., 124, 125, 

126, 415 
Braverman, Audrey C, 147, 

403 
Brawner. Donald G., 320 
Brawner, Robert L.. 288 
Bray, James N., 299 
Bray. Richard E.. 356 
Brazier. Helen J.. 253. 402 
Brazier, Rita, 253. 402, 436 



Breaker, Richard H., 348 
Brearley, Harringion, 125 
Bredar, James A., 48, 56, 136, 

219, 220, 221. 222. 223, 242, 

297 
Breen, Edward, 150 
Breen, Kermit T., 124, 125, 

127 
Bregar, Roslyn Lois, 404 
Brehsmer, Carolyn J., 191, 392 
Breidenstein, Shirley. 125 
Eriltwiiser William R 109 

320 
Brekke, Joanne ('.. 378, 436 
Bremer, Judith ])., 416 
Bremer, Sherman L-, 190, 436 
Bremner, Ellen L., 393 
Bremser, Rudolph E., 339, 436 
Brence. Dolores J.. 98, 164, 408 
Brennan. Helen. 81 
Brennan, Henry H., 308 
Brennan, Thomas N., 125 
Brenner, Nathan G., 183 
Brenner. Richard W., 297 
Breuer, David R., 185 
Brewbaker, Marna R., 251, 390 
Brewer, Carolyn D.. 400 
Brewer, Joanne B.. 162, 436 
Brewer, Mel, 217 
Brewster, Jame; R., 304 
Brewster, Jodell C, 411 
Brewster, Nancy, 125 
Brewster. Robert. 125 
Breyer, John E., 303 
Brickman, Theodore W., 345 
Bridgeland, James G., 96, 168, 

1 76, 243, 293 
Bridgewater, Frank A.. 42 
Brietzke, Arlene V.. 407, 436 
Brigade Staff, 136 
Briggs, James B.. 124 
Brigham, Robert B„ 192, 436 
Bright, Betty J.. 68. 370 
Bright, Thomas R.. 333 
Brighton, Gerald, 150, 151 
Brighton, Lois, 125 
Brill, Richard H., 336 
Briney. Betty A., 383 
Blinker, Nathalia D., 380 
Brinker. William S., 298 
Brinkman. Harry V.. 363, 436 
Brinkmeyer, Gilbert J., 234, 

242, 303 
Brisbois, Marshall B., 319 
Brissenden, Beverly A., 51, 74, 

179, 203, 400 
Bristol, Robert J.. 353 
Brite, William. 168 
lirilt. Betty L.. 200 
Britt, John A.. 436 
Biittin, Gale M., 375 
Britton, Mervin W.. 128, 129 
Britton. William. 151, 183 
Britz, William E.. 180, 310 
Broaddus, Nancy R.. 124, 125, 

408 
Brock, Nancy R., 375 
Brockman, Edith L„ 128. 129, 

406 
Brockmeier. Edward L., 301 
Brodbeck, John J.. 355 
Brodnax, Allene J.. 387 
Brodnicki. Jame; V., 169, 365, 

436 
Brodsky, Lorraine I., 399 
Brodt. Robert D., 317. 359 
Brody, Jerome S.. 322 
Brody, Martin B., 335 
Brody, Thomas A., 107, 291 
Broeren, Wayne H.. 177 
Broerman, John R., 300, 436 
Bronson, James l T ., 315 
Bronson, Ronald J., 306, 436 
Brooke, Roger G., 136, 197, 

297, 436 
Brooks. Barbara H., 372 
Brooks. Jeff. 167, 367, 436 
Brooks, William B„ 360 
Brookstone, Joan C, 403 
Bro-ius, Ernst F., 334 
Brosky. Alfred E , 48. 59, 208, 

213, 214. 217, 244, 341 
Brost, David L., 361 
Brothers, Bruce M., 298 
Brothers, Marietta. 112. 149. 

384 
Brotherson, Donald E., 125, 

199, 437 
Brotman, Lewis, 150 
Brott, Eugene E., 350 
Brottman, Leon A.. 169, 336, 

437 
Broun. Alex S.. 329 
Brouwer, Henry J.. 193 
Broweru, The, 351 
Brown. Allen R., 326 
Brown. Barbara L., 375 
Brown. Beverly J.. 371, 437 
Brown, Beverly J., 68. 378, 437 
Brown, Carol M., 93. 387 
Brown, Charles S., 337 
Brown. David J., 205 
Brown. David O., 125 
Brown. David P.. 359 



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Brown, Elinor Sue, 392, 437 
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Brown, Floweree, 125 
Brown, George A., 195 
Brown, Gerald L„ 328 
Brown. Geraldine A., 379 
Brown, Glenn L.. 437 
Brown, Ina S., 404 
Brown, .lacquelvn S., 129 
Brown, James R„ 197. 366, 

437 
Brown. Joan, 179. 409 
Brown, John G., 126, 301 
Brown, John M., 307 
Brown, Marilyn J., 177, 205, 

408 
Brown, Mary K.. 253, 437 
lliown, Merle G., 124, 397 
Brown, Milton R„ 58, 150, 195, 

242, 243. 315, 437 
Brown, Nancy J., 395 
Brown, Paul D., 289 
Brown, Paul E„ 167, 350 
Brown. Pembroke, 146, 150, 151 
Brown, Ralph W., 437 
Brown, Richard J„ 193, 356 
Brown, Richard K., 175. 192, 

342 
Brown. Robert ('.. 71, 194, 437 
Brown. Robert W., 146, 169, 

289, 437 
Brown. Ronald J., 320 
Brown, Russell 1)., 437 
Brown, Shirley A., 253, 397 
Brown, Susan E., 376 
Brown, Thomas E-, 189, 317 
Brown, William, 190, 363 
Brown, William C., 354 
Brown, William J., 311 
Browne, Donna A.. 113, 200, 

376, 437 
Browne. Robert, 25, 43 
Browning. Richard L., 234, 303 
Brownlee, Dolores A., 3 74 
Browning, Robert V., 172 
Brozek. Donald A., 197, 437 
Brubaker, Helen J.. 154. 179, 

402, 437 
Brubaker, James E„ 321 
Brubeck. Joseph C, 200, 302 
Bruce, David L., 319 
Bruce, Edward E., 317 
Bruce. Joann ¥.., 200 
Bruch, Sandra A.. 397 
Bruckner, Charles A.. 377 
Bruder, Esther J„ 68, 69, 154, 

384, 437 
Brueckner, Carl F., 304 
Bruggen, John A., 330 
Brugman, Thomas ('.. 360 
Brumbaugh, Dorothy, 390 
Brummer. Marilyn A.. 386 
Brunei', Corinne L., 420 
Brunei', Lucille M., 201 
Brunk, Betty ('., 396, 397 
Brunke, Robert K., 342 
Brunkow, Jeanne M.. 61. 390 
Brunner. Ronald L., 352 
Brush, Richard K., 304 
Brust, Manfred. 00 
Bruzgulis, Bruno E., 67, 197, 

300 
Bryan, Donald L., 314 
Bryan, Leslie A.. 23, 170, 301 
Bryant. Lloyd I).. 367 
Bryant, Lynn G., 400 
Bryant, Marjorie M., 438 
Bryden. John M., 124. 305 
Bryer, Kenneth J., 366 
Bryngelson, Beverly J., 164, 

251, 253, 383 
Bubb. Robert L., 315 
Bubon, John J.. 192 
Buchanan. James M., 300 
Buchanan, Merlyn B.. 438 
Buchanan, Robert B., 309 
Buchheit, William R.. 364 
Buchunas. Julia M., 408, 438 
Buck, Alan C, 192 
Buck, Catherine A., 438 
Buck, Dudley F.. 331 
Buck, Eileen, 200 
Buck, Nancy L-. 164, 253. 373, 

438 
Buckler. John A.. 193 
Buckles, Bob O., 334 
Buckley, Vera, 392 
Buckmaster, Barbara G . 370 
Bucksat. Robert E., 355 
Budde, Barbara H., 129 
Buddig, William C, 317 
Buder, Beverly, 420 
Buder, Estelle B., 149 
Bueche. James V.. 172, 348 
Buehl, Donald H.. 348 
Buenger, George L.. 358 
Buesehel, Clifford J., 300 
Buescher. James R., 67, 298 
Bugaieski. Stanley M., 34 1 / 



Bugbee. James T., 192 
Buhrke, Victor E.. 290 
Buhrmester, Donald E., 357 
Buland, David I.. 355 
Buley, Robert, 330 
Bullock, Doris, 164 
Bultinck. Dolores H., 371 
Bumpus. Frederick E., 177 
Bundy, Banta, 149. 167, 438 
Bunn, Charlotte F., 130, 380 
Bunn. Irvin ('., 193. 289, 438 
Bunting, Beverly A., 405 
Bunting, Eleanor J., 395 
Bunting, Kemp R., 172 
Bunting, Wilber J.. 135. 136, 

195, 242, 245, 315, 438 
Burch, Joan E., 285, 378 
Burdett, James R., 130, 348 
Burdick, Jeanette J., 3,97 
Burgard, John P., 305, 438 
Burge, Richard L., 352 
Burgener, Ivan L.. 202 
Burger, James, 357 
Burgess, Bruce. 107 
Burgess. William V.. 168, 365 
Burian, Patricia J.. 377 
Burk. Jack L., 194 
Burke, Henrv W., 174, 357 
Burkett, Charles E., 438 
Burkhaidt, Lola B., 375 
Burkhardt, Sandra J., 392 
Burkhart, John H., 355. 438 
Burkitt, Paul E., 193 
Burmeister, Erwin C, 438 
Burnaugh, Donald L., 3,11 
Burnett. Donald R.. 163, 190, 

438 
Burnett. William J., 124, 125, 

131, 324 
Burnier, Jeannine M.. 51. 113. 

186. 245, 384 
Burnison, George E., 438 
Burns, John G., 65 
Burns. Patricia L., 419 
Burns. Robert I)., 331 
Burns. William ('., 191, 289 
Burnstine, Bernard L., 316 
Burr, Frank W., 96, 299 
Burr, Harold D., 194, 317 
Burright, Richard G.. 348 
Burrow, Robin, 112. 125 
Burt. John W.. 180 
Burt. Patricia A., 82. 90. 158, 

373 
Burt, Rov A.. 50, 93, 298 
Burt. Woodruff A.. 338 
Burton. Frederick, 205 
Bury. Dale. 149. 246. 247. 310 
Busch, Daryle H., 290 
Busch. Joan M.. 251. 377, 438 
Bus. -lie. Kenneth A.. 175, 363, 

438 
Buaey Hall, 396, 397 
Busey, Hugh W„ 107. 288 
Bush. Alvin. 361 
Bush, Stanley J.. 298 
Bushman, Ronald M.. 316 
Bushnell. Malcolm W., 319 
Buske, Donald R., 136, 196, 

438 
Buske. Joann M., 384 
Busley, Karl G.. 302 
Busse. Ralph. 363 
Bussman, Elaine, 381 
Butler, Dorothy J., 396 
Butler, Myrna L., 382 
Butler, Nancv, 418 
Butler, Ralph D., 64. 81. 150, 

15 1. 294. 438 
Butler, Robert M.. 309 
Butler, Ruth A., 407 
Butler. William F., 170. 308 
Butow. Robert W., 359 
Butterfield. Daniel F„ 366 
Butterfield. Neil J., 366 
Butterfield, William, 26 
Butzback, Mary D., 155, 205, 

395 
Buxton, Frederick E., 150, 198. 

439 
Bu/.elli. Lucille P.. 97. 398 
Bycroft. Shirley M., 413 
Bvdus, Kaiser, 1 5 1 
Byerly. Walter 0., 330 
Byrne, Grace, 125 
Byrne. Laurence R., 176. 439 
Byrns. Betsy A., 112. 186, 200, 

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Cadaval. Ana Y., 398 

Cadek, Jerrie M.. 127. 128 

Cadwallader, Donna C, 390 

Cagle Hall, 398 

Cagle, Robert K., 112 

Cahill. William J., 340 

Cahn. Carl S., 359 

Cain, Daniel, 439 

Cain, William E., 188, 331. 439 

('aider, James L-, 300 

Caldwell, Robert H., 306 

Caldwell. Thomas E., 60, 170 



Calhoun Hall, 351 
Calish, Barbara L.. 68, 372 
Calish. Richard, 229, 230, 244 
Callahan, (lilbert R., 71, 150, 

3 67 
Callahan, Howard L., 198, 367, 

439 
Calvert, Arnold ('., 195, 337 
Calvert, Barbara A.. 164, 379 
Cameron. Charles. 151 
Cameron, Jeanne, 245, 387 
Cameron. John K., 156, 189, 

237, 242, 311, 439 
Cameron, Stella. 79 
Cameron. Vivian P., 382 
('amine. Earl, 348 
Cammack. Emerson, 65, 151, 

307 
Camp, Richard A.. 351, 439 
Camp, Robert, 363, 439 
Campbell. Carolyn J., 125. 179, 

408 
Campbell, Diane E., 93, 387, 

439 
Campbell, Frank, 311 
Campbell. James L.. 124, 306, 

366 
Campbell, Jnanita, 253. 420 
Campbell, Kenton, 128, 129 
Campbell. Mary C, 73, 104. 395 
Campbell, Myrna G.. 149, 406 
Campbell, Ralph T.. 328 
Campbell, Robert C, 356 
Campbell, Ronald H.. 359 
Campbe'l, Thelma •!.. 439 
Campbell. William G., 341, 439 
Campus (lust. 93 
(tint juts J_eaders, 52-59 
Canada, Joan L., 375 
Canada, Virgil G.. 3,37 
Cannon. Clinton. 151 
Cannon, Thomas K.. 345 
Canterbury Club, 200 
Cantor. Lenore. 416 
Cantrell. (iwendolyn E., 73. 413 
Capehart, Melvin E., 192 
Capek, Richard A., 175, 366 
Cappellin, Thomas E.. 333 
Capua, Angelo N., 351 
Cardenas, Armando, 190 
Cardwell, Gloria A., 416 
Caress, Jerry A.. 124, 354 
Carey. Lucy A.. 379 
Carey, Paul ('.. 149. 167, 439 
Carl, Bobby G., 362 
Carll, Donald W., 361 
Carlotti, Louis S., 307, 348 
Carlsen, Allen W.. 175. 305, 439 
Carlson. Aileen. 125 
Carlson. Bruce I., 298 
Carlson, Carl E.', 16). 237, 242, 

331 
Carlson. Carol J., 400 
Carlson, Carolyn M., 401 
Carlson. Clarice M.. 20] 
Carlson, Dona E., 409 
Carlson, Donald S., 67 
Carlson. Donald T., 66. 304 
Carlson. Earl A.. 202, 348 
Carlson, Joanne B., 191, 408, 

593 
Carlson, Kenneth E.. 439 
Carlson. Richard. 327 
Carlson. Robert. 297 
Carlson, Roger K., 112, 324 
Carlson. Ronald N., 298 
Carlston, Kenneth. 151, 183 
Carlstrom. Dale E., 201 
Carmean, Carol J.. 410 
Carpenter, Bennie F., 363 
Carpenter, Harry W., 313 
Carpenter, James W.. 366 
Carpenter, Miriam J., 384 
Carper. Robert S.. 98, 173, 303, 
Carr, Marvin W., 342 
Carras, Nathan A.. 296 
Carren, Donald J.. 193 
Carrigan, Richard A.. 317. 439 
Carrithers. James, 150, 169 
Carroll, John R., 175. 439 
Carroll, Tiffany B., 308 
Carson, John M.. 168, 180, 310 
Carson, Mary E.. 179, 251, 400 
Carter, Allen B., 316 
Carter. Carl R., 125, 126 
Carter. Gerald, 308 
Carter, Helen L.. 200. 412 
Carter, Mildred J.. 374 
Carter, Morris. 118 
Carter, Nancv J.. 164, 397 
Cartland, Catherine, 120, 378, 

593 
Cartland. John D., 67. 299 
Cartman, Shirley E., 128, 374 
Cartwright, Richard T.. 174 
Carver. Nan.jean (i., lis 
Casey, Ann K., 408 
Casey, Marianne C 73, 418 
Cash, Donald A.. 325 
Cash, Gordon, 71, 16,5, 203, 367 
Casler, Nancy J„ 380 
Casler, William R.. 3 13 
Casper. Donald W.. 308 
Cassady, Donald J.. 238 



Cassells, Francine. 151 
Cassens, Laverne H., 314 
Casserly, Joseph B., 331 
Cassey, Charles R., 124, 126, 

127, 345 
fasten, George P., 439 
Catdenas, Armando, 175 
Gate, Earl K., 32 1 
Catlin. James M.. 211, 217 
Catlow, Wright M., 200 
Caton, Robert E., 360 
Cattapan, Peter L.. 107, 439 
Cavanaugh, Robert ('., 313 
Cavin, James B., 304 
Cavitny, Charles ('.. 30 
(avitt. Betty L.. 379 
Cays, Robert D., 125, 126, 440 
Cazel, John M., 347 
Cedarholm, Charles T., 296 
Cederwall, Rolf A., 181, 195, 

197, 288 
Cellini. William F., 340 
Cender, Dorothy, 125 
Cermak, Shirley A., 408 
Chadwick, Laura J.. 126, 408, 

593 
Chaffee, Vincent W.. 193, 351 
Chait, Roberta, 389 
Chalcraft, Mrs. Lloyd. 184 
Chalcraft. Joyce, 60, 97, 158, 

170, 378 
Chalden, Myron. 1 09 
Chalfant, James ('.. 197, 314 
Challani, Ajit, 182 
Chalus, Donald R.. 291, 440 
Chamberlain, William H., 13 
Chambers, Donald R., 291, 362 
Chambers. Marilyn L., 157, 185, 

384, 440 
Chamblin. William J., 298 
Chambliss, Dale R.. 191, 294 
Champion, Donald E., 338 
Chancellor, Dorine L,., 408 
Chandler, Bertha A., 406 
Chandler. Robert L., 180, 358 
Chanen, Rita C, 372 
Chaney, Jordan F.. 315 
Chang. Violeta. 164 
Chanoch. Lawrence H., 348 
Chaparian, Leon, 341 
Chapel. Edgar H.. 317 
Chapman, Eileen M., 414 
Chapman, Laurel R.. 174 
Chapman, Lawrence R.. 105, 

324 
Chari. Ahalya, 182 
Charleson. Betty A., 126, 400 
Charvat, Gerry M.. 408 
Chase, Charles A„ 364 
Chase. Elaine B., 440 
chase. Shelly V., 93, 387 
Chasen. Ronald, 361 
Chason, Ronald I.. 169. 440 
Chaudhari, Jaysingbhai R., 174, 

182 
Chayken, Aileen E., 381 
Chechopoulos, Steve G., 359, 361 
Chedsey. William. 184 
Cheerleaders, 245 
Chemino, Marilyn C. 404 
Chen. Chuan F., 157, 163, 175, 

440 
Chen, Horn, 363 
Chenkin, Dolores. 3*9. 440 
Chentes. Catherine P.. 397 
Cherney. Barbara. 403 
Cherry, Robert E.. 313 
Cherry. Sam C, 361 
Chester. Richard W.. 184, 3 19 
Cheze, Mary V.. 408 
Chicago Professional Campus, 

536-605 
Chicago Vnderaraduate Division, 

30 
Chick. Donald R., 366 
Chidley. Kent M., 3,05 
Chi Epsilon, 52 
Chilcott, Thomas E., 321 
Childers, Charles E.. 184 
Childers. William F., 440 
Childress, Harry L., 317 
Chilenskas, Lorraine M., 440 
Chi Omega, 378 
(hi Phi, 300 
Chiprin, Samuel J.. 322 
Chi Psi, 301 
Cholden. Myron L., 336 
Chong-Leon, Violeta. 120, 251, 

593 
Chorne, Vincent M.. 129 
Chorpash, Burton, 352 
Chorpening, Joanne A.. 125, 

129, 154, 440 
Choudhury. Debabrata, 182 
Ghrietzberg. John H., 367 
Christensen. Craig M.. 125, 126. 

306 
Christensen, James S., 301 
Christensen, Louis I).. 345 
Christensen, Marcus F., 188, 

533 
Christianson. Ronald ('., 350 
Christmann. Roy 1).. 130. 357 
Christopher, Richard L.. 341 



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Chubat, Beverly A., 149, 397 
Chubb, Charles R., 186 
Church, Glenn J., 50, 64, 101, 

294 
Cicero, Richard K., 196 
Cinnamon, William I)., 178 
Cipra, James F., 178 
Ciszek, Barbara D., 125 
Citadel, 346 

Cicil Engineering Hall, 34 
Clancy. Richard \V.. 360 
Clarbour, Bertram N., 323 
Clare, Patricia A., 162. 203, 

397 
Claridge, Thomas W., 296 
Clark, Alice A., 397 
Clark, Carole A., 408 
Clark, Charles, 125, 126 
Clark, David W„ 156, 330 
Clark, Donald E., 334 
Clark, Edward E„ 533 
Clark, Frank L-. 60, 63, 66, 

67, 306, 440 
Clark, George B., 184 
Clark Bouse, M. R. H., 362 
Clark, John 0., 293, 361, 440 
Clark, John L., 194 
Clark, Lawrence G., 195 
Clark, Nancy L., 409 
Clark, Phyllis A., 371, 440 
Clark, Phyllis A., 398 
Clark, Ray M., 203, 3^8 
Clark, Robert N., 125, 160, 331 
Clark, Roger A., 319 
Clark, Stetphanie, 411 
Clark, Theodore C, 203 
Clark, William B., 358, 440 
Clark, William G., 128, 129, 195 
Clarke, Charles F„ 191, 341, 440 
Clarkson, James A., 198, 305, 

440 
Clasky. Ronald A.. 131, 364 
Clauser, Frances M., 179, 419 
Clauser, Jerome N., 136, 146, 

196, 306, 440 
Clauson, Donald B„ 359 
Claypool. Lawrence C. 301 
Claypool, Nancy H., 51, 101. 

250, 251, 384 
Clayton, Joanne, 420 
Clayton, John D„ 150, 193, 314, 

440 
Clayton, Ronald D., 108, 168. 

191, 303 
Cleary, James M„ 196, 234, 341 



Cleaver, Wendell D., 180, 355 
Cleland, Mary E., 410 
Clem, Chairmian E., 73, 410 
Clem, Nancy E.. 191, 407 
Clemens, John K., 361 
Clemens, Robert L„ 188, 299 
Clement. Roland E., 361 
Clements, John A., 297 
demons, Robert E.. 50, 239 
Clifford, Kathryn L., 154, 203, 

406, 408, 441 
Clinard, Shirley A., 380 
Clinard, Theodore C, 441 
Clinard. William R., 313, 441 
Cloobeck. Sheldon H., 50, 243. 

292 
Cloos, Charlotte D., 415 
Clotfelter, Morton H., 170, 325 
Cluverius, Martha E., 82, 166, 

370, 441 
Clyde. John C, 347 
Coale, Beverly A., 405 
Coale, Janis G., 125 
Cobb. James A., 129 
Coburn, Sheldon, 329 
Cochran, Carolyn K., 383 
Cochran, Helen L., 398 
Cockerill, Carole A., 373 
Code, Russel K., 173, 359 
Coderre, Margaret M., 398, 441 
Coe, Barbara R., 381 
Cofel, William E., 327 
Coffee, Lawrence E.. 288 
Coffeen, Robert C, 294, 441 
Coffelt, Richard E.. 65, 353 
Coffey. Gary R., 303, 441 
Coffey. Joseph W.. 328 
Coffman, Robert E., 290, 441 
('off man, Theodore J., 315 
Cohan, Fred A., 316 
Cohen, Allen S., 326, 364 
Cohen, Daniel, 193 
Cohen, David S., 183 
Cohen, Elaine J.. 441 
Cohen. Gloria M.. 68, 379 
Cohen, Howard M., 292 
Cohen, Jean H., 416 
Cohen. Joan G., 400 
Cohen. Lawrence G.. 326 
Cohen. Lewis. 329, 441 
Cohen. Melvin. 152, 335, 441 
Cohen. Robert S.. 196. :; 1 t 
Cohen. Sheldon F.. 359 
Cohen, Suzanne R„ 391, 441 
Cohen. Theodore, 316 



Colh, Sheila L., 399 

Cohn, Rubin, 118 

Colin, Allen R., 359 

Cohn. Arnold X., 336 

Cohn, David M., 107 

Cohn, Edward R., 441 

Cohn, Janet, 416 

Cohn, Richard D., 344 

Cohn, Rubin, 183 

Cohon, Sandra F.. 157. 391, 

441 
Colborn, Larry E., 359 
Colby, Arthur, 178 
Cole, Alan R., 301 
Cole, Allen G.. 246, 355 
Cole, Barry L., 359, 361 
Cole, David G., 76, 168, 180. 

200, 355 
Cole, Nat "King", 123 
Cole, Richard E„ 441 
Cole, Richard M., 169, 323, 363 
Cole. Robert L., 151, 183 
Cole, Stephen J., 312 
Cole, William H„ 441 
Coleca, Vito, 177 
Coleman, Charles I., 368 
Coleman, Frances J.. 128, 410 
Coleman, Marlin D., 188 
Coleman, Richard, 229, 230, 361 
Coleman, William E., 320 
Colgrass, Michael ('., 128. 129 
College of Agriculture, 31 
College of Commerce and Busi- 
ness Administration, 32 
College of Education, 33 
College Ball, 352 
College of Lau\ 38 
College of Liberal Arts and 

Sciences, 39 
College of Yeterinani Medicine, 

44 
Collier. Donald E.. 320 
Collins. Donald L.. 364 
Collins. Edward \\\. 66. 67, 319. 

441 
Collins. Fred A.. 297 
Collins, Lorence G., 441 
Collins, Mary E., 124, 125, 

200, 371 
Collins, Nina G., 61, 408 
Collins, William H.. 309 
Collins. William N., 124, 125, 

141, 351 
Collom. Larry D.. 367 
Collord, Desmond F., 533 



Collymore, Editha L., 73, 401 
Colman, Donald M., 148, 344, 

442 
Colonial Arms, 352 
Colonial Manor, 353 
Colville. Donald J., 297 
Colvin, Bruce W.. 188 
Colvin, James C, 26, 27 
Colvin, Louise, 407 
Colvin. Oliver P., 102, 188 
Colwell, Robert D., 129 
Combes, Harry, 220, 223, 240 
Combs. Carol L„ 593 
Combs, Wayne L., 128, 129, 360 
Comer, Kenneth G., 367 
Comings, David E., 155, 156, 

297 
Commerce Council, 65 
Committee on Student Affairs, 

63 
Compton, George W., 366 
Compton, Norton W., 48, 232, 

233, 242, 317, 442 
Conard, Carol V., 385, 442 
Conialdi, Celia R., 251, 386 
Concert Band, 129 
Condon, David L-. 189, 298 
Conery, Wayne E., 312 
Coney, William B., 313 
Confer, Ross M., 339 
Conger, Janet, 380, 442 
Conlee. George D., 152, 332, 

442 
Conlin, Margaret M., 51, 95, 380 
Conlin, Marilyn L., 373 
Conlin. Robert J.. 298 
Conner, Gene A., 197 
Conner, James W.. 297 
Connor, Barbara J., 126, 413 
Connor, Edward J.. 183 
Connor. James W.. 442 
Conroy, Jerald B., 67, 196, 332, 

442 
('onto. Mary J., 370 
Converse, Paul, 151 
Conway, John T.. 318 
Conway. Joseph P., 442 
Cook. Betty J., 51, 94, 95, 101, 

15.-,, 370 
Cook, Bruce A., 65, 107, 172, 

342 
Cook, Claib L.. 97 
Cook, Donald F., 299 
Cook, Fred, 363 
Cook, Louise H., 413 




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Cook. Paul M., 309 

Cook. Phillip R., 442 

Cook, Richard D., 354, 442 

Cook. Richard L., 234 

Cooley, William E., 290 

Cooney, Kenneth B., 442 

Cooper, Fred M., 67, 131, 150, 

167, 310 
Cooper, Lancer M., 125 
Cooper, Lawrence M., 364 
Cooper, Phillip J., 335 
Coopersmith, Russell P., 362 
Coordination Committee, 62 
Copeland, John W., 331 
Coppens, Berchard, 157, 175, 

190, 442 
Corbett, Joseph \\\, 156, 165 
Corcoran, Frances A., 380 
Corcoran, John E.. 190, 333, 442 
Coren, Charles C, 335 
Corley. Joseph W., 50, 229, 242, 

337 
Corley, Robert E., 361 
Corley, Verna C, 378 
Corley, William L., 190, 442 
Corliss, John G., 288 
Cornwell, Ross E., 442 
Corradini, Theresa N., 411 
Corrigan, James B., 317 
Corrigan, Sarah A., 407 
Corry, Kevin P., 156, 442 
Corson, Morris D., 308 
Corydon, Donna A., 95, 406 
Corzine, Carl C, 293 
Corzine, Leonard A., 337 
Cosmopolitan, 302 
Costello. Mary A., 414 
Coster, Richard D., 366 
Couch. Lynda R., 95, 98, 158, 

376 
Couch, Peter D., 159, 294, 442 
Couch, Richard F., 359 
Coughlin. Robert T'., 157, 175, 

442 
Coulson, Patsy R., 179, 400 
Coultas, Jane M., 384 
Coulter, Carol A., 100, 408 

593 
Council, Sarah J., 388 
Countryman. Charles M., 328 
Coupe, Charlene, 51 
Courson, Roger L., 167, 443 
Courter, Sheila M., 419 
Courtney, John M., 177 
Couts, Wilford H.. 184, 342 
Cova, Dario R., 290 
Covan, Burl L., 363, 443 
Coverdale, William A., 84, 301 
Covey, Charles A., 65, 128, 146, 

181, 288, 443 
Covey, Stephen J., 183 
Covington, Garrett C, 309 
Cowan. Donna M., 411 
Cowan, Emory W.. 325 
Cowan, Lyle J., 297 
Cowan, Robert E., 131, 172, 

357 
Cowart. Richard L., 130, 288 
Cox, Allen G., 152, 175, 443 
Cox, Carol R., 158, 390 
Cox, Deidre J., 410, 593 
Cox, James R., 361 
Cox, Janet R.. 97, 400 
Cox, Phillip E., 181 
Cox, Randall S., 105, 337 
Coy, William M., 443 
Coyle, Patricia J., 253 
Craig, Frank R., 328 
Craig, Richard L., 188, 350 
Grain, James W., 291 
Cralley, John C, 368 
Cramer, Alice C, 62, 68, 69, 

158, 388 
Cramer, Donald E., 300 
Crandall. Susan E., 418 
Crane, Joan M., 388, 418 
Crane, Ronald W., 357 
Crawford, Charles M., 151 
Crawford, David C, 354 
Crawford, Jeanne E., 186, 443 
Crawford, Lawrence W., 192, 

321 
Crawford, Marilyn J., 410 
Crawford, Mary E„ 106, 154, 

384, 443 
Crawford. Mary J., 376, 443 
Crawford, William S., 309 
Grays. Thomas ('.. :','j.s 
Clean, Patrick J., 354 
death, Cecile M., 395 
Crews, Lorimer L., 190 
Cribbet, John, 183 
Crickman, Jerald A.. 328 
Crietzberg, Robert, 170 
Crismyre, Norman W.. 359 
Crisp. Carole. 392 
Criss, Carthur P., 127, 128 
Crist, Doris M., 179, 200, 370 
Crist, Jerry A., 90, 138, 149, 

310, 443 
Cristy, Jerry A., 358 
Cromley, Jon L., 348 
Cronheim, Arno, 186 
Cronkrite, Marion B., 395, 443 



Cronwell, Ronald E., 363 
Crook, Orpha E., 53, 81, 85, 

154, 159, 179, 402, 443 
Crookshank, Nathan O., 295 
Cross, Albert J., 183, 362 
Cross. Barbara A., 51, 387, 443 
Cross, Barbara J., 329 
Cross, Larry L., 120, 341 
Cross, Robert E., 443 
Cross, Robert L., 352 
Crossen, John J., 318, 443 
Crnssley, James E.. 67, 108, 

303 
Crouse, Homer L., 151 
Crow, Nancy J., 386 
Crowell, Walter C, 300 
Crowley, Jean L., 99, 371 
Crown, Nora A.. 413, 443 
Crozier, Andrew H., 363 
Crumbaugh, Charlotte S., 253, 

370 
Crumbaugh, Mary L-. 370 
Crumlish, Brian J., 296 
('rummer, Wilbur C, 317 
Crusor, Don W., 311 
Cryder, Constance, 84, 85, 3 70 
Oyer, Henry H., 50, 228, 229, 

'J4-J 
Cryer, Robert E., 153, 246, 334, 

443 
Cryer, Walt, 234, 235, 239 
Cucci, Angelo M., 129 
Culbeet. John, 178 
Culbert, Martha F., 185, 381, 

■143 
Culbertson, Jon R., 308 
Culbertson, Robert M., 330 
Cullen, William B., 65, 191, 307, 

44 3 
Culler, Roy L., 444 
Cullom, Donald, 341 
Cullom, Richard R., 359 
Culverson. Yvonne N., 386 
Cumbow, Jack A., 363 
Cumby. Charlotte B., 169, 420 
Cummings, Kenneth C, 359 
Cummings, Richard F.. 533 
Cummins, Leonard D., 342 
Cummins, Richard L., 444 
Cunningham, Carmen, 75, 253 
Cunningham, Juva L., 73, 397 
Cunningham, Richard J., 348, 

444 
Cunningham, Richard T., 328 
Cunningham, William E., 150, 

192. 293 
Cunningham, William O., 168, 

180, 444 
Cuplin, Warren D., 195, 197, 

303 
Curatilo, Joseph S., 125 
Curley, Robert A., 365, 444 
Currier, Maureen L., 192. 383 
Currier, Sarah C, 177, 408 
Curry, Mrs., 386 
Curry, Alan, 313 
Curry, Dolores R., 414 
Curry, Lloyd W., 173 
Curry, Richard A., 175, 324 
Curtin, Constance O., 125 
Curtin, Dale M., 299, 444 
Curtis, Henry J., 311 
Curtis, James B., 178 
Curtis, Paul E., 127, 168, 180, 

310 
Curtiss, Lee E., 317 
Curtiss, Margaret E., 394 
Curtiss, Robert G., 150, 310, 

444 
Curtiss. William T., 356 
Cuthbert, Suzanne E., 93, 385 



Dabbert, John H., 533 
Dady, Beverly A., 68, 380, 444 
Dagnolo, Louis J., 339 
Dahlberg, Ross A., 350 
Dahlenburg, Lyle M., 64, 315 
Daigle, Joanne L., 388 
Dailing, James L., 444 
Daihi Illini Advertising Staff, 

105 
Daily Illini Circulation staff, 104 
Dailn Illini Editorial Staff. 103 
Daily Illini, The. 106 
Dain, George A., 191 
Dairy Production Club, 176 
Daim Technology Society, 176 
Dalby, Sheila M., 370 
Dal, Corobbo B., 174 
Daleiden, David A.. 361 
Dalfonso, Michael P., 361 
Dallek. Robert, 187, 362 
Dalnick, Alfred, 362 
Dambrosio, Arthur L,., 318 
Dameron, Eldon W., 305 
Dammann, Frederick O., 325 
Danaher. Mary G., 72, 400 
Dangerfield. Roydin, 25 
Daniel. Keith H., 126, 160, 288 
Danielson. Joan M., 251, 41!i 
Danke,. Dorothea M., 409 



Dankert, William L., 236 
Dann, Eugene H., 203, 357 
Danne, Nancy, 393 
Danoff, Deborah A., 372 
Danzer, Paul J., 340 
Dare, Nancy D., 400 
Darnall, Millard K., 127, 305 
Dart, Gerald, 193 
Dasenbrock, Richard E., 444 
Dashe, Jerry G., 316 
Dashefskv. Samuel, 191, 444 
Dahner, Richard F., 197, 323, 

444 
Dassios, John A., 362, 444 
Dates, Jimmy D., 178 
Day, John, 75 
Daubs, Charles E., 194, 289, 

444 
Daugherty, Jimmy C, 180 
Daugherty, Robert C, 195, 444 
Daus, Donald G., 173, 202, 

290, 445 
Daus, Marion E., 73, 408 
David Kinleij Hall, 32 
Davidson, Frances E., 408 
Davidson, Harvey D., 134, 138 
Davidson, Jo A., 149, 390 
Davidson, Juoia E., 408 
Davidson, Karl M., 195 
Davidson, Leroy F., 361, 445 
Davidson, Patricia A., 253 
Davidson, Sara, 111, 384 
Davies, Nancy E., 3 73 
Davis, Alan P., 328 
Davis, Anne L., 113, 158, 186, 

375 
Davis, Bernice A., 397 
Davis, Carol A., 386 
Davis, Charles J., 327 
Davis. Charles R., 352, 359 
Davis, Donald A., 172, 227, 

289 
Davis, Donald A., 331 
Davis. Dorsey B., 127, 128, 298 
Davis, Fredrick G., 125, 160, 

297 
Davis, Gerald D., 175, 190, 363, 

445 
Davis, Ivan W., 129 
Davis, Jacqualin K., 394 
Davis, James A., 142, 337. 359 
Davis, James H., 142, 288 
Davis, Joan F., 408, 445 
Davis, Joan I., 3 7 'J 
Davis, John C, 226, 227, 330 
Davis, Kenneth W., 288, 445 
Davis, Kent R.. :;.">:: 
Davis, Lila E., 406, 445 
Davis, Mary K., 200, 370 
Davis. Natalie H., 125 
Davis, Ralph D., 348 
Davis, Richard F., 351 
Davis, Richard N., 293, 445 
Davis. Ronald E.. 71, 192 
Davis, Tanner R., 328 
Davis, Terry, 303 
Davis, Theodore K., 335 
Davis, Verna G., 407 
Davis, Virginia M., 393 
Davis. William N., 289 
Davis, Wilma P., 155, 407, 445 
Davison, Hugh M., 298 
Davison, Jack T., 200, 356 
Davison, Richard L., 146, 169 
Davison, Sara W., 49, 58, 110, 

166, 44.") 
Dawson, Harold S.. 22, 29 
Dawson, Harriett E., 408 
Dawson, Joan, 409 
Dawson, Leroy L., 320 
Day, James O., 125, 168, 180, 

310 
Day, Michael, 205 
Day, Richard A., 71, 200, 356 
Day, William C, 309. 361 
Day, William H., 328 
Dcamp, Charles B., 125, 349 
Dean, Norman L.. 361, 445 
Deardorff, Donald R., 309 
Dealing, Mary L., 413 
Debiasio, Lorraine J., 417 
Debot, Don E.. 168, 293 
Decamp. Benjamin C., 189, 199, 

201, 330 
Decker, Audrey, V., 410, 445 
Decker. James C, 125, 126, 333, 

445 
Decook, Wilfred A., 320 
De Cristofaro, Dominic G., 314 
Dedrick, Gloria, 408 
Deeds, Virginia B., 379 
Deere. Robert W.. 348 
Dees, Dan C, 309 
Dees. Denzil E., 193 
Defibaugh. Elinorjeanne, 191, 

393. 445 
Defries, John C. 346 
Degner, Arden C, 175, 190, 

445 
Degner, Paul L.. 319 
Dehm, Suzanne, 125 
Dehorn. James P., 174 
Deihs, George F., 314, 445 
Delance. Robert E., 351 



Delany, Charles, 129 
Delaurenti, John L-. 333 
Delcour, Lonas R., 65, 365, 445 
Delforge, Juanita J., 371 
Dellert, Richard H., 130 
Delong, Charles, 118, 150 
Delong, Clifton, 26 
Delong, George E., 303 
Delong, Russell S., 314 
Delong. Terryl A., 386 
Delta Chi, 248. 249, 303 
Delta Delta Delta, 379 
Delta Gamma, 380 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, 304 
Delta Phi, 248, 249, 305 
Delta Phi Epsilon, 381 
Delta Sigma Theta, 382 
Delta Sigma Phi, 306 
Delta Sigma Pi, 30'7 
Delta Tau Delta, 308 
Delta Cpsilon, 309 
Delta Zeta, 383 
Deniar, Bruce S., 336 
DeMaris. Edwin, 151 
Demel, Lloyd J., 174, 445 
Demeritt, Robert E., 3 17 
Demoor, John A., 297 
Demoss, Clarence W., 160 208 

210. 214. 216, 217, 337 
Dempsey, Ellen, 125 
Dempsey. Gerald P., 67, 181, 

338 
Demsetz, Harold, 445 
Denaburg, Rhoda B., 406 
Denberg, Kenneth H., 292 
Denby. Donald D., 359 
Denby, Walter W.. 313, 446 
Denk. William E., 333 
Dennen. David A.. 362, 446 
Dennerlein, John L., 340 
Dennis, Richard E., 446 
Denton, Marianne, 376, 446 
Department of International 

Affairs, 89 
Department of Recreation, 85 
Department of Union Affairs. 

82 
Depauw, Robert L., 337 
Derby, Roger M., 131. 325 
Dercoli, Giacinto C, 341 
Deroche. John W., 348 
Desch, Judith A., 85. 112, 149, 

158, 373 
Desch, Theodore E.. 446 
Desimini, Joseph J., 341 
Desmond, John J.. 151 
Desser, Sidney D., 326 
Deuschle, Erhardt P., 152, 161, 

324, 446 
Devall, Joseph W., 320, 349 
Devanny, Jacquelen J., 185, 

253, 392, 446 
Devore, Stuart E., 71, 81, 171. 

356 
Devries, Joan T., 84, 169, 373 
Devry. Diane I., 384 
Dewald. Peggy A., 376 
Dewer, John, 167 
Deuhirst, Ernestine E., 104, 

149, 375 
DeYoung, Roger L., 178. 334 
Dezelick, Robert A., 190, 332, 

446 
Diaguila, Joseph A.. 195 
Diamond, Marian L.. 416 
Dice, Donna J., 104, 415 
Dick, Edward M., 329 
Dick, Robert. 329 
Dickason, Donald E., 25 
Dickerson. Christine M.. 382 
Dickerson, Donald L.. 363 
Dickey. David F., 347 
Dickey, Robert B.. 314 
Dickey. Robert, 150 
Dickinson. Fred V., 181, 191, 

358. 446 
Dickinson. Louis A., 191, 358, 

446 
Dickson, James B., 289 
Dickson. John A.. 131. 192, 

201, 289 
Dickson, Ruth J., 385. 446 
Dieball. Ralph D.. 169, 202, 446 
Dieckamp, Walter W., 82, 85, 

352 
Diedrick, Nancy, 406 
Diemer, Dale W.. 175. 355, 

446 
Diemer, Donald P.. 190. 446 
Diemer, Vera J., 409 
Dienst, Sarah A., 98 
Dierkes, Alfred G., 365, 446 
Diesner, Roy W., 309 
Dietschweiler, Ralph L.. 446 
Dietemann. David L., 162, 197, 

309. 446 
Dietemann. Donald C, 309, 446 
Dieterich, Richard T., 180, 299 
Dietrich, Albert P., 65, 146, 

325, 447 
Dietz, Norma L., 376, 447 
Diewald. Emil E., 135, 136 
Digles, Ronald E., 447 
Dillard, Sally L., 185, 253. 387 



618 




istorians have a way of wrapping the past in 
a sparging coat of glory that often casts a 
dullness on the present. Time, li\e distance, lends 
enchantment and the heroes and heroines of the 
history boo\s ta\e on new color with each passing 
year. The era itself, of a century ago or longer, 
sometimes seems to us to have embraced broader 
vistas of opportunity for greatness and fame. But 
give it thought, we \now this 




There Will Always Be a Frontier! 



We realize that frontiers aren't limited to wilderness 
and prairie and that the garb of the pioneer isn't 
limited to buckskin and calico. We realize that in a 
hundred different directions lie new worlds to dis- 
cover, new lands to explore. We realize that these 
new worlds and new lands lie hidden in the untrod 
depths of modern science, modern business and 
industry, and modern government . . . that these 
fields offer opportunities just as challenging and 
just as rewarding as any wilderness or any prairie. 
Then it is that we remark with the great man who 
once said, "So little done, so much to do!" 

So, equipped with the axe of knowledge and the 
powder horn of courage, the youth of today faces 
the horizon of the future — prepared to carve a place 
in it, determined to "find a way, or make one!" 



fjo»i°Ri?i 



JOHN DEERE L£J MOLINE, ILL. 

Quality Farm Equipment Since 1837 



619 



Dillavou, Essel, 150, 151 
Dillavou, Janette M., 125 
Dillon, Bennett ]•',.. 71 
Dillon, Geraldine R., 84, 370, 

147 
Dilsaver, Carl D.. 330 
Dindorf, Ronald A., 305 
Dinsdale, Jean A., 100, 125, 

I 19, :!71 
Dinsmore, Mary J., 387 
I>irM>iitli, Ronald L., 185, 363 
Disalvo, Paul, 365, 147 
Uitter, Kathryn M., 125 
Dittmann, Grace. 49 
Dittus. Phyllis C, 179, 395 
Division of University Exten- 
sion, 43 
Dix, Richard L., 349 
Dixon, David A., 67, 96, 288 
Dixon, Gene A., 368 
Dixon, Robert V., 129 
Dloogatch, Iris D., 389 
Doak, Charles W., 203, 294, 

447 
Dobbin, James W.. 447 
Dobbs, Stuart, 313 
Dober. Annette L., 420 
Dobkin, Renee, 404 
Dobrin, Barbara R., 406 
Dodd, Gladys J., 73, 409 
Dodd, Gladys M., 447 
Dodd, Jean, 409 
Dodds, Donald R., 52, 103, 188, 

194, 313, 447 
Dodds. Joan, 82, 387 
Dodge, John F., 203 
Dodson. O. H., 141 
Dobson, Robert C, 150, 193 
Doebel, Paul J., 355 
Doepp, William L., 354 
Doetsch, Robert A., 169 
Doetzel, David A., 368 
Dolan, Cynthia B., 149, 390 
Dolan. Margaret A., 60, 62, 72, 

407, 408, 447 
Dolby. Hush. 190, 327, 447 
Dolgonos, Sandra E., 102 
Dolins, Eda P., 299 
Dolins, Gloria J., 399 
Dolowy. William C, 193 
Dolphins, 153 
Domash, Alvin, 292 
Donagher, Janice L., 385 
Donagher, Laura A., 49, 56, 

94, 95, 170, 203, 385, 447 
Donaho, Waldo C, 178. 355 
Donahue, Jerry J., 174, 447 
Donahue, John R., 318 
Donahue, John W.. 340 
Donath, Resa J., 416 
Donatoni, Richard D., 361 
Doney. Donald L., 177, 205 
Donley, William H., 184 
Donnan. David T., 325 
Donnelly, Edward R., 447 
Donner, Clay A., 345 
Donohue. Richard P., 129. 156, 

309, 3 59 
Donovan, Robert M., 197, 447 
Doolittle. Wendell R., 66, 90, 

181, 246. 321 
Dordek, Sylvia M.. 185, 397, 

593 
DOrazio, Vince, 237 
Dore, Thomas E., 181, 191, 197, 

307 
Dorfman, Robert H.. 363 
Dorfman. Zora D„ 68, 389 
Doring, John L., 301 
Dorn, Marian J„ 251, 253, 397, 

447 
Dornoch, 353 
Dornoff, Beverly I.. 378 
Dorschler, Richard K., 313 
Dorward, Theodore L., 337 
Dosier, D. Darlene, 392 
Dostal, Barbara J., 409 
Dotson, O. H., 134 
Dotter, Katherine J., 386 
Doty, Earl F., 311 
Doty, Gerald R., 336 
Doty, Marilyn M., 408 
Doty, Nancy, 379 
Dougherty. Henry, 120, 341 
Douglas, Marilyn M., 405 
Douthit, William E.. 295 
Dow, Charles R„ 364 
Dowell, Helen, 280, 377, 448 
Dowell, Ravonne, 149, 150, 167, 

448 
Down, Marjorie A.. 378 
Downey, Rae W., 197, 298 
Downs, Clara B.. 98, 149, 384 
Downs. Harold G., 300 
Downs, John W., 295 
Downs, Robert B., 40 
Doxey, Lois S., 411 
Dowse. Eunice, 29 
Doyle, Betty A., 384 
Dozier, Amy L., 253, 398, 448 
Dragovan. Richard J., 181 
Drakeford. Dorothy M., 253, 

402 
Drallmeier, Arthur F., 306, 448 



Draznik, Robert A., 184, 44* 
Drechsler, Louise A,, 385 
Drees, Herbert M., 294 
Dreher, James A., 288 
Drell, Ronald E., 335, 448 
Drennan, Delores A., 68, 69, 

81, 177, 281, 370, 448 
Dreshfield. Robert L., 184, 187 
Drew, Donna M.. 73, 398 
Drew, Doris J., 95, 158, 385 
Drew, Robert S., 136, 146, 196, 

306. 448 
Drewes. Charles G., 170, 366 
Drewes, Dorothy M., 205 
Drews, Gerhard W., 448 
Drickamer, Harry, 173 
Drije, Thomas M., 193, 448 
Drom, Robert E., 533 
Drucker. Joan, 84, 89, 158, 372 
Drumheller, Carl, 125 
Druth, Gerald R., 336 
Dryden, Margaret R., 409 
Drysdale, Gertrude R., 448 
Dubrovin, Kenneth P., 150, 337, 

448 
Duckwitz. Kenneth E., 203. 356 
Duerwachter, Donna M., 383 
Duewer, John L., 44* 
Duewer. Raymond F.. 168, 180, 

310 
Duff, George M., 125, 172 
Duffey, Paul H.. 312 
Duffey. Richard L.. 191 
Duffin. Judith A., 162 
Dufore. Robert N., 152, 174, 

246, 332 
Duke, Austin L., 208, 210, 211, 

213, 217 
Duke, Godfrey L., 448 
Duncan, Leroy E., 129 
Duncan, Rev., 204, 365 
Duncan, William D., 448 
Duncan. William P., 353 
Duncanson, Diana L., 376 
Dundon. Jeanne M., 125, 126, 

415 
Dunham. Carolyn M., 398 
Dunhouse, William B., 341 
Dunlop, Rev., 205 
Dunn, Charles E., 124, 125, 126, 

289 
Dunn. Darrel E., 131 
Dunn, Lois, 400 
Dunn, Marilyn A., 177 
Dunn. Merle K., 165, 232, 233 
Dunn, Rhoda L., 149, 404 
Dunn. Rozelda, 397 
Dunn. William C 330 
Dunnivant, Carol J., 375 
Dunnivant. Kenneth R., 151, 533 
Dunniway, David A., 297 
Duore, Renee, 391 
Duran, Ramon, 448 
Durfee, Daniel A., 189, 198 
Durick. Richard, 168 
Dusenberry, Doris M., 386 
Dusenberry. Mary L., 200, 370, 

448 
Dusenbury, Ronald J., 314 
Dushek, Verna R., 409 
Dusik, Florian K., 449 
Dust. John H., 193 
Duster. Charles E., 295 
Duster. Donald L., 449 
Dutcher, James W., 221, 223, 

299 
Duty, Robert C, 449 
Dutzi, Howard C, 361, 449 
Duvick, Allan M., 293 
Dvorak, John R.. 449 
Dvorak, Richard J., 184, 449 
Dvore. Sanford. 329 
Dwight, Barbara, 125, 205 
Dvvorkin, Arnold D., 292 
Dwyer, Valerie R., 449 
Dwyer, Walter L., 449 
Dycus. Harold I., 330 
Dye, Terry, 328, 449 
Dve, Thomas \\\. 328 
Dyer. John R., 290 
Dvke, Lester M., 25 
Dyke, Thompson A., 330 
Dymond, John E., 347 
Dysart. Richard J., 358 



Eadie, Iva J., 125, 129. 420 
Eadie, Jacquelyn B., 188 
Eames, Adrienne, 377 
Earl. James S.. 298 
Earlix. Richard L., 364 
Early, Gerald O., 333 
Easterly. Bonnie J., 405 
Eastwald, John, 202 
Eastwood, Sherrill C, 192 
Eaton, Patsymae H., 179 
Eauslin, Donald, 360 
Ebbert. Raymond A., 361 
Ebbinghaus. William H.. 319 
Eberhard. John P., 203, 533 
Eberhart, Robert C, 125, 364 
Eberle, George R., 299 
Ebert, David G., 195 



Ebert, Marlyn M.. 73, 179, 408 
Echt, Robert, 336 
Echebrecht. Eugene H.. 178. 362 
Eckels. Robert E., 353 
Eckert, Donald R„ 301 
Eckert, Dorothy M., 406 
Eckert. Shirlan L., 449 
Echerty, Bob D., 195 
Eckman. Raymond L., 152, 174, 

201, 349, 352. 449 
Echrote. Kenneth R., 172, 291 
Eddie. Donald. 125 
Eddy, Byron J.. 358, 449 
Eddy. Donald G., 126 
Eddy, Murl L., 130 
Edelstein, Eve, 125, 399 
Edelstein, Norman, 363 
Edelstein, Sydney J., 397 
Edge, Marlene A.. 394 
Edgren, Thore H.. 289, 449 
Edick, Fred W., 181, 301 
Edmeier. Kathleen A., 420, 449 
Edmunds, David E., 162, 300, 

449 
Edmunds, John O., 321, 449 
Edson, Donald T., 357 
Edwards, Donald L„ 89, 130 
Edwards. Eleanor J., 383 
Edwards, James M., 48. 59, 60, 

63, 449 
Edwards, Jane, 130 
Edwards. Jean, 125 
Edwards, Patricia A.. 370 
Edwards, Richard W., 194, 321, 

449 
Edwards, Roberta, 179, 203, 410 
Edwards. Robert W., 196, 299, 

450 
Edwards. Thomas M., 175, 450 
Egan, John V., 318 
Egelkraut. Audre D., 397 
Eggers, Artur, 309 
Eggers, Arthur L.. 165, 503 
Eggert, John C, 305, 450 
Egland, Beverly, 373 
Ehlers. Carl T., 165, 362 
Ehlers, Marvin W., 319 
Ehrhardt. John. 193 
Ehrlich. Harold A.. 292 
Eichstaedt, Carl L.. 313 
Eilbracht. Lee, 224, 225, 226, 

227, 241 
Eilbracht, Mary, 125 
Filers, Dan L.. 191. 299 
Einsweiler. Robert C. 199, 296, 

450, 533 
Eipper, Anzolette R., 370 
Eirinberg, Alan B., 89, 181, 

196, 344 
Eisen, James D., 450 
Eisendrath, Barbara B., 166. 

408. 450 
Eisenstaedt. Judith M.. 389 
Eisenstein, Eleanor S., 126, 389 
Eisenstein. Gerald T.. 131, 292 
Eitel. Michael J., 128 
Ekblaw, Andrew, 112. 187, 288 
Kkdahl, Mary J., 331 
Ekman, Glenn R., US, 175, 314, 

450 
Ekstedt. Arline. 155 
Ekstrand, Kay F.. 376 
EKT Club, 399 
Elam, Rov, 175. 450 
Elder. John C. 193 
Eldrenkamp, Lowell B., 325 
Elfgen, Suzanne J., 414 
El Hifni Mohamed A., 186 
Elias. Bernard. 450 
Elins, Edward S., 336 
Eliopulos, Mary, 383 
Eliot. Jane C, 378 
Eliot, Ray, 208. 217. 240 
Ellenberger, Richard P., 321 
Ellenby. Jay D., 336 
Eller, Daniel R., 131 
Ellicott, Lyle H., 194, 298 
Ellingson, Allen F.. 296 
Ellingson, James R., 71 
Elliott, Arlene F., 100, 371 
Elliott. Charles A.. 324 
Elliott. Claude M., 291 
Elliott. Donald A.. 338 
Elliott, Howard C, 168, 180, 

293 
Elliott. Jean G., 379 
Elliott. John L„ 67, 323 
Elliott, Richard J., 126 
Elliott. Robert. 312 
Elliott, Sarah. 407 
Ellis, Billy G., 217 
Ellis, Charles O., 195, 321 
Ellis, George R., 320 
Ellis, Jon F.. 168. 176. 293 
Ellis, Kenneth W., 367 
Ellis, Roderick, 317 
Ellison, Gwendolyn D., 374, 406 
Elmore. Cleon J., 343. 450 
Elovitz, Gerald S.. 361, 450 
Elseaidi, Naji H.. 302. 353, 450 
Elsen, John J.. 169 
Elshoff, Carl R„ 307 
Eisner, Bernard W.. 197, 216, 

217, 242, 297, 450 



Eisner, Richard A., 319 

Elson. James J., 82, 84. 85, 204, 

450 
Eltzroth, Burt W., 194, 198, 

297. 450 
Elwell. Jack B., 300 
Ely, William E., :'.".:! 
Emanuel, Gordon N., 364 
Emmerich. Eugene F., 177 
Emmerich, Norman D., 307 
Emmons, Robert W., 61, 125, 

127, 347 
Emons. Carolyn, 113, 135, 157, 

166. 390, 450 
Emoto, Henry R.. 196,362 
Emrich, Glenda S., 125 
Emrich, Sally M„ 125, 129, 

145, 188, 450 
Emrich, Susan, 411 
Emstrom, Walter, 150 
Enders, Robert A., 328 
Endler, Joyce M., 381 
Endres, Joseph G., 173 
Engdahl, Herbert M., 331 
Engel, Joan E., 391 
Engelbrecht. Ann ('., 371, 450 
Engelbrecht. Kenneth W., 175, 

451 
Engelbrecht, Lloyd R., 358, 451 
Engelbrecht. Shirley M., 105, 

408 
Engelmann, Siegfried E., 358 
Engerman, Allen C, 322 
Engineering, College of, 34 
Engineering Council, 65 
England, Alan C, 301 
Engle, Richard M., 362 
Englebretsen. Dorothy A., 125, 

413 
Engler, Bonnie C, 391 
English. Jeanne S.. 374 
Engquist. Marius R., 415 
Engst. Greta D., 200. 397, 451 
Enright. David W., 337 
Enright. Lois, 68, 84, 90, 378, 

393 
Epron, Sheila, 381 
Epstein, Mrs., 344 
Epstein, Robert B., 364 
Epstein, Ruth. 406 
Erger, Claire A., 408 
Ergo. Jack W., 128 
Erickson. Greta M., 99, 177, 376 
Erickson, Lucile, 129 
Erickson. Marshall D.. 129 
Erickson. Shirley J., 179, '402, 

451 
Erickson, Shirley M., 124, 405 
Erickson, Virginia A., 413, 451 
Erickson, William D.. 328 
Erickson, Wylma M., 414 
Ericson. Raundle R.. 67, 168, 

180, 293 
Ericsson, Louise M.. 179, 181, 

371, 451 
Erkman. James F., 130 
Erlandson, Phyllis M., 409 
Ernst. Donald W., 210, 217, 

Ernst, Leland M., 253 

Ernst, Miriam. 68, 373 

Ernster, Mack M., 308 

Ervin. Rosella. 395 

Esarey, James G., 368 

Esarove, Donald, 362 

Eschman, Carl W.. 357 

Esh, Marilyn J.. 397 

Esper, Ronald C, 142, 324 

Esser. Charles A.. 193, 451 

Esworthy, Richard M., 451 

Eta Kappa A'u, 152 

Etchison, Thomas H., 360 

Etheridge. Robert K., 193 

Ethridge, David A., 126, 593 

Ettinger, Carleen A., 397 

Eure, John. 318 

Eurich, Robert A., 361 

Eustice. James S., 50. 105. 345 

Euteneuer, Elizabeth A., 414 

Euzicka. James. 352 

Evans. Barbara L., 185 

Evans, Diane R., 391 

Evans Hall, 400, 401 

Evans. Jerry L., 355 

Evans. Mildred. 382 

Evans, Rita J.. 49, 68. 126, 128, 

129, 188, 394, 451 
Evans, Robert IX, 451 
Evans, Robert L., 296, 351 
Evans. Rupert, 125 
Evanson. Richard J.. 67, 184, 

342 
Everds, William S., 175. 350 
Everitt, William L., 34 
Evers, Henry L., 146, 451 
Ewbank, Richard A., 149, 167, 

194, 451 
Ewers, Joseph, 70 
Ewing, Carol E., 386, 451 
Ewing. Elmer E., 203, 367, 451 
Kwing. Enid L-. 124. 410 
Ewing. Susanne, 392 
Ey, Richard C, 156. 353 
Eyestone, Hollis L., 195 



620 



Factor, Shirley A., 397 
Fadem, Marilyn H., 397 
Fagan, Charles J., 366 
Fagerburg, James E., 194 
Fahlbeck, Dale D., 192 
Fahnestock, Robert K., 205, 288 
Fahsbender, Kenneth, 129 
Fair, Richard D., 195 
Fairbanks, Kenneth E., 327 
Fairbanks, Robert E., 67, 327. 

451 
Fairhead, James W., 327 
Faiss. Rudolf, 356 
Faith. Robert, 108 
Falck. Richard P., 321, 359 
Faldbest, Sue A., 533 
Fales, Gordon E., 328 
Falk, Barbara J„ 396 
Falk, Lloyd D„ 190, 316 
Falk. Luanne, 403 
Falkenstein, Elry (i.. 209, 217, 

313 
Falls, David C, 325 
Fambro. Theresa A., 382 
Fancher, Louis C, 160, 328 
Fanning, John W., 126, 334, 

451 
Fantl, M. Robert, 292 
Farber, Herbert, 70 
Farber, Jerry S., 155, 197, 326 
Farley, George M., 315 
Farley, Helen, 407 
Farm House, 310 
Farmer, George A.. 236, 451 
Farmer, Norman L., 334 
Farnsworth, Donald F.. 323 
Farnsworth. William W.. 353 
Farnum, Benjamin L., 84, 160, 

330 
Farr. Douglas R„ 130, 321 
Farris. Miss, 406 
Farwell, Frank G„ 301, 452 
Faso, Josephine M., 126, 419 
Faster, Ronald A., 299 
Faster, Walter W„ 96, 170, 299 
Faude, William D., 67, 160, 334 
Faulds, Dorothy L., 179, 397, 

452 
Faulkner, Robert L., 313 
Favero, John E., 452 
Faw, Muriel R., 402, 452 
Fay, Tommy G., 178, 195 



Fayeme, Boyer, 295 

Fayemi, Abraham A., 200 

Fearheiley, Richard A., 327 

Fears, Donald, 189 

Feaster, Dale F„ 150, 168, 180, 

194. 293, 452 
Fedor, Barbara D„ 388 
Fedro. Richard E., 169 
Fegenhols, Iris, 68, 372 
Fehlhaber. Gustav J., 533 
Fehrenbacker, Walter L., 193 
Feiereisel, Clarence A., 171, 361, 

4 52 
Feigenbutz, Vincent R., 227, 

328 
Fein, Elliott ('.. 125, 361 
Feirich, John C, 291 
Felderman. Kenneth L, 150, 

334, 452 
Felderman, Stanley R., 334 
Feldhake, Ambrose L., 360 
Feldkamp, Janice J., 398 
Feldkirchner, Harlan L., 173 
Feldman, Alice J., 403 
Feldman, Beth E., 410 
Feldman, Paul A.. 359 
Feldman. Robert E., 109, 165, 

174 
Feldman, Sharon. 416 
Feldman. Wallace S., 183 
Feldstein. Merton L-. 292 
Felke. Thomas G., 60, 67, 141, 

156, 160, 317 
Fell, David. 573 
Fell, Richard W., 136, 188, 197, 

452 
Felmley, Jerry J.. 67, 315 
Felts, John F.. 305 
Felts, Leonard L., 184 
Fencing, 237 
Fenn, Betty J., 533 
Fenn. Eleda E., 408 
Fenstermaker, Roy T., 160, 309 
Ferguson, Charles A., 194 
Ferguson, Donald C, 302 
Ferguson, James L., 130. 217, 

311 
Ferguson, James 0., 131 
Ferguson, Lyle D., 190, 452 
Ferguson. Margaret J., 125, 414 
Ferguson, Peter J., 71 
Ferguson, Ronald H.. 341, 452 
Ferguson, Samuel G.. 311 
Fernandez. Beatriz V., 417 
Ferracuti. Peter F., 183 



Ferrell, Carl F.. 193 
Ferris, David W„ 345 
Ferris, James R.. 192, 364 
Ferris, Orrin T., 178 
Ferst, Rivia S., 389 
Ferwerda, John, 125 
Fessenden, Ralph J., 85, 229, 

301 
Fewkes, William K.. 227, 330 
Fiala, Richard J., 363 
Fibich. William, 346 
Fidler, Charles E., 338 
Fiebing, Arthur ('.. 361 
Field, Jacqueline L., 381 
Field, Mrs., 377 
Field, Jay M., 190, 363 
Fields, Everett H., 157, 175, 190, 

452 
Fields, Richard H.. 359 
Fields, Richard W., 327 
Fields, Robert G.. 150, 201. 349, 

452 
Fife, Joan M., 411. 452 
Fife, Thomas H.. 337 
Figge. Dorothy A.. 179. 380 
Figge, Frederick H.. 299 
Filby, Edward, 150, 151 
Files, Edna M., 397 
Filip. Jerry, 129 
Filurin, Gloria E., 408 
Finaldi, Maria R.. 408 
Finamore. Richard. 354, 364 
Finch, John E., 299 
Finch. Robert R., 299 
Finder. Karl. 79 
Finder. Vera. 125 
Findlay, Donald M.. 361 
Finey, Emma, 125 
Finfgeld, Thomas E.. 97 
Finifrock, Robert, 232 
Fink, James A., 328 
Fink, Judith L., 406 
Fink, Ronald L., 108, 168. 176, 

293 
Finkelman, Bernice C, 102 
Finkelstein, Marcia T.. 381 
Finkle, Lawrence H.. 326 
Finlay, William .1., 362. 452 
Finley. James W., 130 
Finley, Norman L„ 327 
Finn, Judith A.. 68. 380 
Finn. Charles E.. 160, 334 
Finn, Robert, 173 
Finnell, James H., 193 
Finston, Peter W.. 364 



Fiorenza, Frank A., 160, 339 

Fiorenza, Guy J., 339 

Firch, Carol M., 72. 73, 179, 

402 
Firebaugh, Patricia A., 84, 93, 

158, 377 
Fireman, Jerome D., 151, 363, 

452 
Fireside, 354 

Firestein, Harold F., 195, 364 
First Regimental Hand, 130 
Firth, Robert D.. 452 
Fischer, Dale A., 363 
Fischer, Gilbert C, 193. 348 
Fischer, Hans J., 345 
Fischer, James R., 109, 319 
Fischmann. Sonia ('., 416 
Fish. Eileen S., 399 
Fishburn, William, 338 
Fishel, David L.. 288 
Fishel. Dora J.. 120, 188, 375 
Fishel, Mary J., 51. 118, 375 
Fisher, Caryl A., 373 
Fisher, Clyde A., 373 
Fisher. Clyde Jr., 135. 195, 197 
Fisher, Eldonna M.. 4ns 
Fisher, Harold S., 1 7:; 
Fisher, John E., 361 
Fisher, John N., 180, 205 
Fisher. Marianne. 179, 395 
Fisher, Marie L., 392 
Fisher. Robert B., 195. 326. 452 
Fisher. Sheldon Z., 85, 452 
Fisher. Virginia A.. 394. 453 
Fishman. Arlene B.. 4 16 
Fishman. Irving S., 183, 187 
Fishman, Jerry A.. 326 
Fishman, Ralph. 354 
Fishman, Seymour J., 322 
Fisk, Ralph ()., 291 
Fitch, Thomas W.. 357 
Fitts, Lome A.. 337 
Fitzgerald. James E.. 193, 318, 

453 
Fitzgerald. Kathryn A., 414 
Fitzgerald. Terrence S., 318 
Fitzpatrick. Charlotte A.. 377. 

453 
Fitzpatrick, Patricia L., 84. 88, 

373 
Flago House, M. R. H., 248. 

362 
Flagg, Norman L., 313, 354 
Flagler. Charles T.. 181, 365, 

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Flaherty, Gene S„ 173 
Flanders, Dwight, 151 
Flattery. Thomas P., 191, 197, 

358, 453 
Fleck, Louis H„ 190, 453 
Fleischer, James W., 50, 99, 

159, 312 
Fleming, Marilyn M„ 162 
Fleming, Patrick J., 313 
Fleming, Robben W.. 24 
Fleming. .Sheila E., 158, 388 
Fleming. William T., 358 
Flesher, Carolyn, 371, 453 
Flesher, Isaac A., 4o3 
Fletcher, Ralph. 217. 238, 241 
Fletcher, Richard W., 289 
Flick, Philip H.. 167, 303, 453 
Flitcraft, Barbara, 378 
Flores, Richard A., 105, 299 
Flores, Ronald N., 67, 14b, 169, 

289 
Florez. Jose P., 357 
Floriculture Club, 178 
Florio, Mary A., 73, 407 
Florman, George L., 171, 194, 

339 
Florman, Marjorie L., 388 
Flowers, Janet M„ 408, 453 
Flowers, Owen E., 356 
Floyd, Arthur, 97, 125, 200, 

361 
Floyd. Judith A.. 375. 593 
Floyd, Thomas, 229, 242, 311 
Flutcher, Doralie, 200 
Flynn, Barbara A., 409 
Flynn, Charles, 240 
Flynn. James B., 129, 136, 196 
Flynn, James E., 297, 453 
Flynn, Joyce A., 384, 593 
Flynn. Leonard T.. 183 
Fochtmann, Adel L., 155, 202, 

453 
Foertsch, Virginia R., 419 
Fogarty, Gloria V., 380 
Fogelson, Barry S., 344 
Fogler. Richard D., 299 
Foisy, Robert L., 361 
Foley, Charles T.. 320 
Foley. Donald R„ 320 
Folkerth. Harold E., 304 
Folkerts, Thomas M., 193 
Follett, Thomas M., 193 
Follett, Elvin O., 125 
Follmer, Clive A., 48, 146, 219, 

220, 223, 225, 226, 227. 242, 

288 
Follmer, Juanita M., 386 
Foltynewictz, Catherine E.. 453 
Foltz, Verlin W., 453 
Fonseca, David I'.. 171, 198, 353 
Fontana. Jack R., 300 
Football, 208 

Football Marching Band, 112 
Foote, Grover L., 304 
Forbes, Norma J., 383 
Ford. John A., 328 
Ford, Mae F., 402 
Ford. Sarah F.. 387. "93 
Foreman, David ('., 289, 359 
Foresman, James L., 195 
Forhetz, John E., 358 
Forkosh, Paula R., 403 
Forney, Robert C 361 
Fornof, John R., 21 
Forrest, Richard R., 160. 300 
Forsberg, Joanne J., 392 
Forsyth. Robert W., 337 
Fort. Charles V., 227, 338 
Fort, Edward P., 533 
Fort. Reva A., 394, 453 
Fortman, John T., 65, 173. 358 
Fortney, Virginia L., 251, 253, 

410 
Fosler, Gail M., 178 
Fosnaugh, Robert A.. 70, 71, 

348, 353 
Foster, Charles O.. 315 
Foster, Dale W., 217. 229 
Foster, Harold M„ 290 
Foster, John F.. 129 
Foster, Marilyn M., 453 
Foster. Robert J., 108, 303 
Foster, Samuel F., 330 
Foulke, Charles J., 299 
Foundation, V. of I., 26 
Four Columns, 347 
Four-H House, 402 
Foutch, Mark, 129 
Foval, Donald R.. 174, 305 
Fowler. Gordon L„ 342 
Fowler, Mrs., 380 
Fowlie, John L., 291. 453 
Fox. Audrey M., 404. 454 
Fox, Clayton E., 165, 358 
Fox, Farrell R., 347 
Fox, George A., 194, 200, 356 
Fox. Gerald D., 150, 353, 454 
Fox, Harold L., 353 
Fox. Rose. 200 
Foxall. Robert B., 138, 172, 182. 

198, 454 
Foy, Carolyn J., 129, 415 
Foyer, Jean, 75 



Frala, Robert E.. 197. 217 
Frame, Donna J., 166, 177, 376, 

454 
Frame, Sharon P., 408 
France. Floyd D., 363 
Francik, Albert, 67, 296 
Francis, Charles J., 347 
Francis, Margaret M., 100, 407 
Francisco, Allan J.. 454 
Francois, Norma J., 418 
Frank, Arthur P., 363 
Frank. Barbara J., 454 
Frank, Barbara L., 41*. 398 
Frank, Edward S.. 322 
Frank, Lano L., 120, 131, 323 
Frank, Mary L., 51, 95, 205, 

384 
Frank, Sheldon S., 130 
Frank, Virginia M., 170, 405 
Frankel, Ann S., 102, 408 
Frankel, Urusla, 73, 416, 454 
Frasca, Rudolf A., 357 
Frase, Eleanor A., 394 
Frase. Jean A., 195, 394, 454 
Fraser. Patricia A., 397 
Frasier. Rubey C, 416 
Fray, Lloyd L., 126. 194, 305 
Frazier, Bruce H.. 48. 53, 136, 

197, 224, 225, 226. 227, 294, 

298, 454 
Frazier, Joan E., 387 
Frazier, Leotis K., 311 
Frazier, Robert E., 189, 195, 

324, 454 
Frazier, Willie M„ 374. 406 
Frederichs, Leroy J., 298 
Freed, Arlene V., 391 
Freedman, Marsha L., 381 
Freedman, Renee, 253 
Freeman, Jeremiah P., 290 
Freeman. Lorinda J., 149, 205, 

393 
Freeman, Michael I.. 344 
Freeman, Pevis C, 199, 296, 

454 
Freese, Roger H., 195, 312 
Freeto. Kenneth W.. 328 
Freidberg, Stanton L.. 344 
French. Frank O.. 188 
Frenkel, Milton, 363 
Frerking, William A.. 353 
Freshman Canij> Counselors, 95 
Frette, Harry E., 300 
Freund, Donald A.. 67, 325 
Frey, George M.. 359 
Frey. John E., 126 
Freyder, James G.. 291 
Fribley. Joseph L., 67, 337 
Fricke, Frederick E., 193, 203 
Frieke, Jeanne A . 191, 383, 454 
Fricker, (lerald F.. 126. 142, 

363 
Friddle. Frances J., 149, 405 
Frieburg, Eileen L. 384, 126 
Fried. Eileen S., 399 
Friedberg, Arthur. 172. L82 
Friedewald. Frederick B.. 195 
Friedkin, Richard S., 316 
Friedlander, Miss, 399 
Friedman, Davida S., 403 
Friedman, Edward, 322 
Friedman, Gus, 344 
Friedman, Idelle S.. 408 
FViedman, Joanne, 419 
Friedman. Laurence I.. 194, 362, 

454 
Friedman. Leon H.. 322 
Friedman. Marcia L., 372 
Friedman, Merle J.. 408 
Friedman. Mitchell. 322 
Friedman. Robert S. 335 
Friedman, Roberta P., 389 
Friedman. Tressa F., 126, 372 
Friend, James, 85. 329 
Friman. Marvin W., 130. 322 
Frisbie. David A.. 146, 194, 325, 

454 
Frisbie, William J., 320 
Frisch, Richard K., 196 
Fritsch. Frank J., 333 
Froehlich, Wesley J., 364 
Froehling. Alice I.. 166, 414, 

454 
Froman. Sally A., 408 
Frost, Orcutt W., 203 
Fry, Marshall J., 344 
Frye, Michael, 373 
Fryksdale, Frans H., 359 
Fuchs, Leland. 203 
Fuhrken, Carole K.. 126. 408 
Fuhrman, James L., 358 
Fujii, Toru. 203, 357 
Fujikawa, Rosie C, 454 
Fujita, Anna C., 401 
Fuller, Harold, 81 
Fukuda. George S., 361 
Fullerton, Donald T.. 317 
Fulling. Alice J., 393 
Fulling, Max V., 76, 168, 180, 

310 
Fulton, Patricia, 406 
Fulton, Richard K.. 168. 293 
Funk. Eugene D„ 328 
Funk, Marilou. 396 



Funk, Roger L., 107. 367 

Funkhouser, Terry D., 360 

Fuqua, Mary. 154 

Furimsky, Paul. 217 

Furlan, John E., 305 

Furnall, M. Gail. 98, 149, 390 

Fuson, Albert E.. 356 

Fuzzi, William J., 65, 175, 454 



Gaa, Charles, 150, 151 
Gabbard, Curtis S., 131, 315 
Gabby, Harold H., 194, 195, 357 
Gabehart, Walter E., 146, 289 
Gable, Gloria A., 157, 166. 177, 

394, 455 
Gablin, Kenneth A., 306, 455 
Gabor, John D„ 201, 366 
Gabrielli, Robert J., 341 
Gach, Robert C, 181. 455 
Gaddis, Donna J., 411, 455 
Gaddy, Geraldine D.. 417 
Gadecki. Filon A.. 363 
Gadient, Frank F.. 320 
Gafvert, Sven B., 184, 351 
Gagan, Cecile A., 166, 378, 455 
Gage, Wayne J., 291 
Gagel, Harold, 67 
Gaghen. Shirley A.. 378 
Gain, Sarah C, 125. 406. 455 
Gainer. Robert G.. 306 
Gaines, Leonide M., 164. 386 
Gaines, Marilyn J., 253, 400 
Gaither, James S.. 297 
Galam, Lisa E., 73, 200, 412 
Gale, Jacquelyn, 98, 408 
Galitz, Donald S., 205, 358 
Gallagher, Robert S., 141, 303, 

455 
Gallay. Diane B., 403 
Galler. Gerald H., 292 
Gallivan. Patrick T., 340 
Gallo, R. Hector. 455 
Galuk, Peter. 197, 333 
Galvin. Beverly M., 392 
Galvin, Robert W.. 193 
Galvis, Gaitan A., 455 
Gambill, Frances M-, 416 
(iambon, John, 455 
Gamma Alpha Chi, 177 
Gamma House, 415 
(lamina Phi Beta, 384 
Gandrau. George E., 148. 191, 

303. 455 
(ianote. Roy G., 313 
(ianschinietz. Donald E.. 296 
Ganschinietz, Robert J.. 296 
Canschow, Lois E., 82. 393 
Ganschow. Marilyn L-, 100, 393 
Ganslen, Dick, 229 
Gapp, Anton, 190 
Garbrecht. Fernando S.. 1 74 
Garcia, Colin A., 398, 455 
Garcia. Colin E., 342 
Garcia, Reyes C., 342 
Gardner. Charles W., 136. 146. 

195, 323, 455 
Gardner, Ira L., 76 
Gardner. John 0.. 290 
Gardner, Karl, 63, 74 
Gardner, Leonard, 120, 159, 

168, 180, 293 
Gardner, Oral E., 455 
Gardner, Thomas J.. 234, 235 
Garfield, Donna. 406 
Garponle, 199 
Garlach, Elmer, 180 
Garland, Donald C, 127, 174. 

305 
Garland. Robert R.. 305. 455 
Garland, Thomas H.. 347 
Garlanger. Raymond \V., 328 
Garman, Mary S.. 179. 420, 455 
Gar-Men, 354 

(iarnholz, Maurice H., 107, 341 
Garofalo, Ronald J.. 360 
Garrett, Maxwell. 189, 237. 241 
Garrett. Sidnetta M.. 126, 374 
Garrison, Joe D., 200 
Garrison, Reva G., 378 
Garrison. Ted L.. 129. 175. 200, 

296 455 
Garskof, Bertram E., 316 
Gartner, Stewart, 336 
Garvey, Marie E., Ill, 126, 205 
Gasaway, Robert R., 160, 308 
Gassman, Donald E., 364 
Gast, Walter, 201 
Gates, Barbara A.. 93, 376, 455 
Gates, John D.. 361 
Gates, Judith C, 370 
Gates, Leo V., 297 
Gates, Philip W., 136, 195, 198, 

456 
Gates. Richard L., 172 
Gathers, Charles E., 189 
Gauati, R., 194 
Gauen, Charles A., 314 
Gauen. Louis G., 314 
Gauger, Clarke D., 107. 348 
Gaul. Margaret R„ 390 
Gaul, Monte H.. 190, 456 



Gaunt, Joseph W., 367 
Gaus, Ed. 217 
Gaus, Michael P., 175. 366 
Gautschy, Charles A., 67, 159, 

321 
Gawronski, Joseph A.. 194, 365, 

456 
Gaydos. Richard, 184, 456 
Gaza, Amelia, 253, 419 
Gebhart, Robert C, 98, 356 
Geer, Larry A.. 173. 364 
Gegel. Harold L.. 297 
Geiger, Adair J.. 409 
Geittmann. Lorraine E., 102, 

400 
Gelbert. Richard, 456 
Geldean, Donald M., 359 
Gelfand, Samuel, 290 
Gellert, George R., 323 
Gelvin, Mabery R., 387, 456 
Geminn. Charlene K.. 130, 413 
Gende, Joseph J., 361 
Genet, Gerald H., 316 
Gensior, Arthur M., 363, 456 
George, Phillip, 202 
Gerard, Pascal A., 456 
Gerbert, Phillip H., 456 
Gerchgall, Joan M.. 397 
Gerdes, Mary J.. 51, 93, 385 
Gerecke. Herbert L., 334, 456 
Gerhart. Robert L., 156 
Gerlach, Elmer C, 138. 149, 

150, 167, 168, 194, 365, 456 
Germanson, Gerald D., 159, 296, 

456 
Gerseh, Richard G., 162 
Gerson, Doris M., 205, 395 
Gerstein. Howard A., 316 
Gerstenberger, Julia L-. 120, 

124, 385 
Gesell, Marvin H., 301, 456 
Gest, Patricia L., 193 
Getty, George J., 456 
Getz, Howard G., 126, 169 
Getz, Kenneth D.. 125. 126, 150, 

176, 293, 456 
Getz. Lowell L., 136, 357. 456 
Getz, Ralph W., 130 
Getz, Ruth A.. 390, 456 
Getzen, William E., 301 
Gfroerer, George L., 153, 156, 

160, 239. 242, 299 
Ghandi, Burzoe K.. 157, 456 
Gholson. Mary J., 419 
Ghosh, Goori R., 182 
Gibbons. Gretchen M.. 409 
Gibbs, William J.. 320 
Gibson. Frank L., 298 
Gibson, Herbert N., 67 
Gibson. John H.. 362 
Gibson, Mary J.. 188. 393 
Gibson. Patti J., 408 
Gideon, Julius C. 182 
Gier, Gary B.. 324 
Giertz, Hugh D.. 160. 331 
Giese. Barbara K.. 370 
Giesecke. Shirlev A.. 112, 186, 

409, 457 
Gieseking, Dale E., 357 
Gieseking, Marlyn E., 71. 203, 

357 
Giesler. Jerry B.. 357 
Giffin, Carolyn ('., 379 
tiilberg. Barry P.. 169, 336 
Gilchrist, Jeanette. 457 
Giles, Frederick H.. 170, 186, 

349 
Gill, James W.. 60. 150, 355, 

457 
Gill, John L., 125, 127, 351 
Oitlan, Delores J., 188. 409 
Gillespie. Forrest L., 365 
Gillespie. Joanne E., 394, 457 
Gillespie. LaVerne. 168. 180 
Gillespie. Nancy R.. 406 
Gillespie, Samuel M., 337 
Gillespie, Thomas L., 205 
Gillette. Gordon R., 362 
Gillette. Rex E.. 1 1 1 
Gilliam, James A . 319 
Gilliam. Dolores, 124 
Gillie. Cornelius P.. 311 
Gillison. Marilyn L , 73. 407 
Gillison, Richard N.. 347 
Oillman, Bernard C, 183 
Oilman. Judith C, 125, 380 
Gilmore, Jack G.. 167 
(iilpin.t Joy F., 390 
Ginestra, Lawrence J.. 339 
Ginsberg. Barbara, 407 
Ginsburg, Roberta L.. 191, 407 
Ginther. Eugene C, 366 
Girardeau, Marvin D., 125 
Gittelman. Irving. 548 
Gittles, Gerald, 344 
Glair, H. F., 26 
Glanz. Lenore M., 112 
Glaser, Janice K., 381 
Glasford. James W., 172, 328 
Glasner. Robert B., 331 
Glass, Charles N., 34 8 
Glass, Stanford L., 61, 97, 344 
Glass. Doyle H., 315 
Glassburn. Glenn L., 457 



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Glawe, Janet M., 394 
Glawe, Lloyd N., 294 
Gleason, Barbara L., 380 
Gleason, Jackalee A., 378 
Glee Club, 142 
Gleen, Jo Ann, 126 
Gleim. Wayne L., 331 
Glenn, George G., 364 
Glenn. Joann E., 400 
Glenn, Ralph D., 183, 360 
Glick, Charles A.. 336 
Glick, Diane L., 401, 593 
Glick, Phyllis R.. 397 
Glickman, Louis, 362 
Glink, Ronald M„ 292 
Glisson, Martha A., 378 
Gloh, Nancy E., 398 
Gloppen, Edward C, 357 
Glotter, Thomas, 200 
Glover, Georgiana, 179, 402 
Glueck, Dee L„ 189, 196, 198, 

330 
Gluskoter, Harold J.. 336 
Glyn, Donald D., 177 
Glyn, Patricia M.. 419 
Gmelich, Mary J., 408, 437 
Goad, Thomas C, 162, 330 
Gobeli, Garth \V„ 346 
Goben, Robert D„ 71, 313, 457 
Goble, George, 183 
Godette, Mary L., 593 
Godey. Carol M„ 68, 388 
Goe, Ronald T„ 190 
Goettig, Alan H.. 315 
Goff, Donald M„ 171, 353 
Goff, Lionel E., 333 
Gohrbandt, Elizabeth C, 457 
Golan, Lewis I., 188, 326, 457 
Golb. Eileen F„ 149, 399 
Gold, Jerry M„ 127, 128, 363 
Gold, Joan L., 73, 404 
Gold, Norton N., 67, 292 
Goldbaum, Ceroid. 292 
Goldberg, Carol J., 391 
Goldberg, Darlene H.. 397 
Goldberg, Donald N., 169, 362, 

457 
Goldberg. Helen M„ 389 
Goldberg. Robert. 361 
Goldberg, Ronald E., 335 
Goldberg, Stanley L., 189, 329, 

457 



Coldblatt, Myron, 292 
Golden, Arthur, 350 
(iolden, Joseph, 112 
Golden. Leonard. 359 
(iolden, Ralph (i., 171 
Goldfeder, Judith A., 372 
Cioldman, Gerald, 336 
Goldman, Gerald G., 296 
Goldman, Herbert M., 362 
Goldman, Hinda M.. 381 
Goldman, Hyman, 302 
Goldman, Jay F., 533 
Goldman, Norman M., 359 
Goldman, Stanford, 169, 457 
Goldman, Theodore R., 336 
Goldsmith, Eleanore E., 179, 

397, 457 
Goldsmith, Lester M., 335 
Goldsmith, Melvyn L., 363 
Goldstein, Arnold, 326 
Goldstein, Arthur L., 364 
Goldstein. Pern B., 406 
Goldstein, Harris S., 361 
Goldstein, Marlene J., 404 
Goldstein, Martin Edward. 107, 

173 
Goldstein, Martin Eugene, 195, 

336 
Goldstein, Morton N., 335 
Cioldstick, Leonard S., 197, 292 
Golf, 238 
Golik, Raymond J., 157, 339, 

457 
Gollub. Deborah, 149, 391 
tiomien. Roger B., 301 
Goncharoff, Nikolai T'., 457 
Gongola, Robert B., 210, 217 
Gonwa, Edward J., 178 
Gonzales, J. Ernest. 90, 296 
Gonzalez, Jaime Z., 125, 457 
Gonzalez, Joseph A.. 229. 230, 

328, 457 
Gonzalez. Mary F-, 397 
Gonzalo, Ramirez, 172 
Good, Sheldon P.. 247, 292 
Goodendorf, Marguerite A., 384 
Goodheart, William R., 196, 

19*. 328. 457 
Goodin. Gayle L.. 124, 125, 414 
Goodman, Ann E., 372 
Goodman, Bernard, 128 
Goodman. Harold, 316 
Goodman, Robert L., 303 
Goodmiller. Joan M.. 407 
Goodwin. Beulah E.. 251. 408 



(ioodwine, James M., 337 
Goranson, Arne E., 363 
Goranson, Romayne L-. 419 
Gorbatkin, Meyer. 458 
Gorden, Mrs., 374 
Cordon, Charles K„ 184 
Gordon, Elaine T., 416, 593 
Gordon, Harold R., 194, 316, 

458 
Gordon. Harry D., 67, 314 
Gordon, Howard L.. 148, 363, 

366, 458 
Gordon, James, 338 
Gordon, Marks, 326 
Gordon, Patricia M., 395 
Gordon, Phyllis B., 406 
Gordon. Riley N., 295 
Gordon, Roy, 138 
Gordon. Sue B., 406 
Gorewit, Sharon Y., 191, 407, 

458 
Gorman, Libbie A., 593 
Goroway, Harriet S., 381 
Gosnell. Richard A., 173 
Goss, Donald E„ 151, 169, 365, 

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Goss, Lyman E., 333 
Gossett. William C, 355 
Gosswiller, Richard E., 148, 458 
Gothwaite, Florence A., 392 
Gott, John W., 361 
Gottlieb. Marvin, 361 
Gottschalk, Delmar J., 173, 353, 

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Gotway, Clement. 573 
Gouchenour, Yvonne D., 177, 

203. 373, 458 
Gould, Genevieve L., 68, 164, 

250. 253, 386, 458 
Could, Gloria G., 372 
Gould, Henry, 336 
Gould. Michael B., 322 
Gould. Shirley L., 390, 458 
Cove, Charles A., 127, 128 
Gower, Marjorie A.. 394 
Gowler. Carl L., 167, 458 
Goy, Florence, 200, 412 
Graber. Ruth A,. 126. 200 
Grabitz, Robert B., 334 
Craliowski, John M., 196, 340 
Graduate College, 36 
Grady, Noel A„ 299 
Graeff, Ronald C, 360 
Graf, Donna J., 253 
Graff, Robert S., 292 



Graffy, John J., 193 
Grafno. June R., 373 
(iraham, Allan L., 193 
Graham, Clyde B., 177 
Graham Lodge, 355 
Graham, Malcolm R., 337 
Graham, Margaret M., 408 
Graham, Robert, 44 
Graham, Robert W., 337, 458 
Graham, Walter W„ 367, 458 
Graham, William P., 61, 97, 

334 
Gramann. Richard H., 131 
Gran, David A., 130, 131, 325 
Granada Club, 348 
Granados. Cesar J., 365, 458 
Granberg, Mary V.. 253. 373 
Granbois, Donald H., 364 
Grange, Harold E., 20, 21 
Grant, Burton F., 126. 348 
Grant, Glenda S., 379 
Grant, Lucile M., 154, 178, 408 
Grant, Richard L., 314 
Grant, Shirley A., 205 
Grasmeyer, Regina L., 407 
Grass, Donald F„ 162, 181, 316, 

458 
Gratian, William E., 67, 194, 

331 
Gratignv, Nancy L,. 406 
Grauer, Ralph P., 67, 93, 181, 

320 
Grauer, Renee, 158, 389 
Graves, Conway K., 138, 194, 

311, 458 
Graves, Ladorothy I., 126, 408, 

458 
Graves. Marvin D., 160, 323 
Gray, David R., 97, 349 
Gray, Gilbert B., 362 
Gray, Horace, 117, 150, 151 
Gray, Jane, 64, 166 
Gray, Jimmy V., 361 
Graym, John H.. 361 
Gray, John H., 361 
Gray, Marilyn J., 387 
Gray, Ralph S., 136. 194 
Gray, Richard, 297 
Gray. William T., 93. 320 
Graybael. Edwin Y., 366 
Grayheck. Ronald J., 319 
Grear. Jaci, 384 
Greathouse. John E.. 169, 191 
Greathouse, Terry R.. 293 
Greeley. Joseph L., 312, 458 



623 



Green, Allen T., 335 
Green, Carroll E., 125 

420, 459 
Green, Donna J., 72, 81, 157, 

420, 459 
Green, Doris M., 372 
Green, James D., 169, 341, 459 
Green, Janet L„ 386 
Graber, Ruth A., 126, 200 
Green, Jessie C 410 
Green, John R., 319 
Green, Joseph P., 125 
Green, Martha, 418 
Green. Mary L., 382, 459 
Green, Melvyn L., 316 
Green, Paul M., 32, 150, 151 
Green, Ralph, 151 
Green, Robert B., 311 
Green, Ronald K., 359 
Green, Sheldon, 292 
Green, Shirley M„ 100, 371 
Green, William A., 333 
Green, William L., 318, 459 
Greenbaum, Sandra, 389 
Greenberg, Barbara P., 403 
Greenberg, Beth P., 381 
Greenberg, Betty S., 113, 186, 

406, 459 
Greenberg, Dianne, 372 
Greenberg, Leonard S., 190, 316 
Greenberg, Lois H., 115 
(ireenberg, Lois J., 389 
Greenberg, Renetta, 389 
Greenberg, Roby, 408 
Greenberg, Sally R., 381 
(ireenberg, Sandra G., 408 
Greenberg, Toby P., 125 
Greenberger, Stuart N., 335, 

459 
Greene, Alice E., 459 
Greene, Carol N., 370 
Greene, Jane E., 126, 395 
Greene, John P., 330 
Greene, Marvin, 361, 459 
Greene, Nancy J., 73, 406 
Greene, Norman H., 187, 188, . 

459 
Greene, Scott B., 345 
Greener, Ruth L., 73, 112, 164, 

414 
Greenfield, Michael, 159, 316 
Greenfield, Susan R., 73, 403, 

593 
Greenfield, William D., 533 
Greenman, Toby A., 391 
Greenstein, Harvey A., 67, 120, 

329 
Greenwood, Elson H., 150, 355 
Greenwood, John F., 130, 330 
Greer, Ruthann, 124, 126, 205 
Gregorie, Elisabeth E., 95, 147, 

149 
Gregory Hall, 33, 37 
Gregory, Lawrence W., 357 
Greig, Gael E., 419 
Greiman, Alan J., 183, 459 
Greiner, Floyd I)., 131, 360 
Greinke, Harold G., 128, 129 
Greisman, Norman, 363 
Gremp, Charles H., 205 
Grendel, Robert W., 361 
Grethey, Albert K„ 315 
Greve, Ronald L., 353 
Grieb. Merland W., 290 
Grieves, Donald R., 459 
Griffin, Elizabeth D., 387 
Griffin, Michael J., 184 
Griffin, Patricia A., 400, 593 
Griffith, Coleman R., 23 
Griffith, Dale R„ 205, 358 
Griffith, Donald K., 289 
Griffith, Donald R., 150, 355, 

459 
Griffith, Harold C, 199, 205, 

459 
Griffith, Joshua T., 319 
Griffiths, Albert O., 193 
Grigalunas, Eileen M., 73, 419 
Griggs, Margaret W., 129 
Grigsby, Claudette, 408 
Grill, Donald A., 136, 195, 297, 

459 
Grimes, Mary A., 379 
Grimsich, Dan A., 363 
Grimson. John H., 175, 365, 

459 
Grippe, Jean G., 215, 253, 415 
Grisaffe, Salvatore J., 301 
Grisham, Ernest R., 351 
Griva, Doris J., 149, 401 
Grobman, Audrey L., 407 
Grodsky, Myron J., 360 
Groebe, Edward D., 161, 174, 

361, 459 
Groemling. Robert M., 190, 203, 

361, 459 
Grogan, James C, 300 
Grollemond, Merle C, 398 
Grollemond, Virginia R., 398 
Gromoll. Henry F., 459 
Gronberg, Janet, 162, 407 
Groniger, Jerome C, 317 
Grosch, Rae E„ 155, 200, 396 
Gross, Charles S., 187, 363 



Gross, Corwin L., 326 

Gross, Donald, 150 

Gross, Dorothy A., 149, 397 

Gross, Herbert, 107, 159 

Gross, Jeanette, 381 

Gross, John R., 175, 190, 460 

Gross, Lloyd W., 368 

Grosser, William F., 2, 48, 55, 

100. 101, 299, 460 
Grossman. Allan F-, 336 
Grossman, Jacob S., 153, 344 
Grossman, Jerome A., 362 
Grossman, Leroy, 65, 107, 175, 

460 
Grossman, Myron, 362 
Grossman, Nancy L., 408 
Grossmann, Robert E., 301, 460 
Grothe, Donald L„ 289 
Groth, Joan R., 390 
Grousd, Helen D., 391 
Grout, Joyce E., 406 
Groves, Mary R., 407 
Growe, Glen H., 333 
Gruben, Wayne E., 358 
Gruber, William P., 188, 363 
Gruble, Richard. 327 
Gruendling, Ruth E., 401 
Gruenwald, Joan E., 120, 373 
Gruitch. Richard A., 333 
Grundstrom, Hartley E., 360 
Gruner. Robert T., 180 
Grunwald, Sue A., 392 
Gualano. Lois J., 105, 166, 177, 

370, 460 
Gualtieri, Salvatore, 362 
Guard, David W., 328 
Guardalabene, Nicholas J., 301 
Guderjan, Darlene E., 49, 73, 

102, 203, 402, 460 
Guegel, William A., 321 
Gugliuzza, Don L., 312 
Guler, Ruth E., 373 
Gullette, Cameron, 110 
Gullett, Ralph D., 306, 460 
Gulley, Halbert, 97 
Gukman, Samuel. 350 
Gummersheimen. Marvin A., 

167, 460 
Gumprecht, Janet A., 460 
Gumprecht. William H., 460 
Gunder, George K., 360 
Gundersen, Dorothy A., 397 
Gunhouse, Thomas J., 193 
Gunkle. George N., Ill 
Gunn. Andrea D., 380 
Gunn, John A., 188. 350 
Gunn, Ronald D., 315 
Gunther, Richard I., 363, 460 
Gunther. Ronald, 67, 300 
Gunther, Willard H., 460 
Gurney, Franklin T., 361 
Guroff, Gordon, 362 
Gurolnick, Carol S., 401 
Gustafson, John D., 460 
Gustafson, Marilyn C, 251, 253, 

397 
Gustafson, Richard C, 313, 460 
Gustafson. Roland W., 352 
Gustavison, Jeannien A., 68, 

384, 460 
Gutierrez. Samuel, 362 
Guttman, Joyce K., 389 
Guyer, Joan E., 408 
Guyer, Valerie T., 371 
Guyton, Joseph W., 294 
(iwin. Jack O., 297 
Gwinn, John B-, 308 
6 y in nasties, 234 



H 



Haack, George R., 354, 460 
Haas, Joseph W., 460 
Haas, Mary A., 398 
Haberkamp, Janet I., 398 
Haberkorn. Kenneth D.. 340 
Habley, Dave E., 128. 129, 460 
Hackbarth, Janice A., 89, 395 
Haekins. Richard, 197 
Hackman, Morris S., 461 
Hadler, Howard D.. 107, 173 
Hadley, Betty J., 126, 147, 205, 

395 
Hadley, Eugene F., 338 
Haemker, Gloria J., 406 
Hafer, Hewitt G., 126, 136, 195, 

461 
Hagaman. Barbara L., 397 
Hagemeyer. William A., 125, 

142, 190 
Hagen, Richard O., 128 
Hagen, William E., 319 
Hager, Sally L., 54, 110. 157, 

186, 378, 461 
Hager, William M., 173, 342, 

461 
Hagnauer, Joanne, 93, 158, 182, 

380 
Hague. Richard N., 360 
Hahlbeck, Kurt J., 308 
Hahn, Jerome J., 155 
Hahn, Wilma G.. 373. 461 
Haining, Thomas H., 305 



Hakanson, Caryl D., 383 

Hale, Samuel I)., 160, 291 

Haley, George D., 318 

Haley, William J., 190 

Hall, Challie R., 378 

Hall, Daniel L., 288 

Hall, Fred C, 348, 533 

Hall, Georgia A., 51, 129, 188, 

384 
Hall, Jerry, 362 
Hall, Joe W., 213 
Hall, Leiby S., 243, 334 
Hall, Luella J.. 413 
Hall, Mary A., 125 
Hall, Ralph F., 193 
nail, Rictiard B., 192, 461 
Hall, Richard E., 129, 165, 200, 

351 
Hall, Robert A., 61, 141, 299 
Hall, Ruth E., 51, 102, 125, 388 
Hallahan, Donald G., 308 
Hallberg, Harold L., 149, 167, 

461 
Hallberg, Marilyn A., 376, 461 
Hallendorff, Richard H., 361 
Halliday, Reed E.. 331 
Halliday, Robert L., 319 
Halligan, Virginia, 102, 407 
Halm, James M., 461 
Halperin. Harry R., 292 
Halterman, Margery A., 405 
Halverson, Carol L., 126, 377 
Halverson, Robert R., 298 
Halweg, Gerald E., 461 
Hamann, Donald L.. 107, 309 
Hamburg. Joyce A., 391 
Hamburger, Earl S., 362 
Hamby, William M., 347 
Hamed, Charles J.. 365. 461 
Hamel, William B., 313, 461 
Hamilton. Arthur, 29, 170, 182 
Hamilton, Charles B., 334 
Hamilton, David R., 127, 128, 

129, 131, 294 
Hamilton, James L., 359 
Hamilton. John R., 188 
Hamilton. Mary H., 419 
Hamilton, Robert C. 155, 308 
Hamm, Wanda L., 128, 129, 409 
Hammodat. Mishal M., 157 
Hammond. Bette A., 73, 126, 

130. 420 
Hammond, Janet L., 398 
Hammond, Margaret, 411 
Hampton, Delon, 67, 311 
Hampton, James, 28, 29, 62 
Hanafee, Emily A., 378 
Hanafin, Mary J., 406 
Hancock, Martha A., 370 
Hancock, Robert, 181 
Handler, Lewis B., 198, 344, 

461 
Handley. Peggy J., 408 
Handrock, Marilyn A., 203, 251, 

253, 415 
Handwerker, Seymour, 188 
Hanebutt, Pearl A., 147, 179. 

203, 415 
Hanes, Donald K., 288 
Hanes, Harold R., 308, 461 
Haney, John B., 131 
Hangren. Richard F.. 171, 194, 

195, 350 
Haning, Charles K., 355 
Hanken, Walter A., 305 
Hankins. Mrs. 394 
Hanks, Ernestine V.. 120, 124, 

147. 149, 154, 203 
Hanley, James A., 146, 150, 

151, 169, 169, 308, 461 
Hannagan. James F., 134. 141, 

198. 314, 461 
Hannah, Harold. 117 
Hannan, Mark W„ 365. 461 
Hannen. William D., 291 
Hanning. John R., 200 
Hanok. Howard, 329 
Hans, Marie A.. 179, 414 
Hanschman, Ronald A„ 197 
Hanselman, William R., 461 
Hansen. Christine A., 408 
Hansen. Diann C, 82, 111, 

149, 158, 378 
Hansen, Donna J., 386 
Hansen. Joyce C, 380 
Hansen, Mrs. Peter, 420 
Hansen, Robert W.. 178, 462 
Hansen, Ronald G., 175, 190, 

462 
Hansen, Velio, 205 
Hanson. Bruce, 367 
Hanson, James D., 337, 462 
Hanson, Linda K., 407 
Hanson, Ralph A.. 333 
Hanson, Richard L., 71 
Haram, Lawrence J., 169, 351, 

462 
Hard. Mary A.. 421 1 
Hardeman. Thomas P., 125 
Hardgrove, John A., 340 
Hardiman, Patsy R., 374, 401 
Hardin, Robert H., 107 
Harding, Frances, 377, 462 
Harding, Harry G., 368 



Harding. Ora W., 49, 462 
Hare, Danny L., 125, 352 
Harkness, Clifford E., 355, 462 
Harlan, Mrs., 297 
Harlow, Lon R., 303 
Harlow, Mrs. Velma, 385 
Harmsen, Donna R., 73, 420 
Harning, Richard, 352 
Harnish, Benjamin F., 313 
Harno, Albert, 38, 183 
Harper, Harold S., 342 
Harper, Suzzanne J., 371, 462 
Harrast, Leon E., 359 
Harrell, Mack, 122 
Harrington, Irene M., 397 
Harrington, Thomas E., 315, 

462 
Harris, Brady, 142 
Harris, Donald K., 334 
Harris, Edward F., 316 
Harris, Evelyn L., 382 
Harris, Florence, 413 
Harris, Frank B., 462 
Harris. Gail, 397 
Harris, Janice L., 400 
Harris, Jerrol L., 336 
Harris, Marshall I., 130, 364 
Harris, Richard W., 309 
Harrison, Joan W., 68, 69, 380, 

462 
Harrison. Mary, 29, 72, 73, 147 
Harriss, Ruie A., 128, 408 
Harshbarger, Norma J., 155, 

413, 462 
Hart. Adiel A., 183 
Hart, Carolyn J., 409 
Hart, Craig C, 330 
Hartenstein, Harvey A., 236, 

240, 462 
Harter. Darrel F., 319 
Hartigan, Dorothy F., 51, 112, 

379 
Hartley, Marilyn J., 384, 462 
Hartline. Harvey B., 178, 293 
Hartman, Edith L., 462 
Hartman, James A., 331 
Hartman, Ronald F., 357, 462 
Hartmann. Don W., 363 
Hartsell. Betty L., 158. 393 
Harvard, Mannis, 97 
Harvey. Thomas N.. 89, 156, 

160, 330 
Hasbrouck, Frank F., 351 
Haselwood. Patricia A., 94, 95, 

157, 379, 462 
Hasen, Jerry, 178 
Haskins, Richard W.. 227, 242, 

333 
Hasse, Phyllis A., 60, 120, 158, 

370 
Hastings, Marda D„ 398, 418 
Hatch. James B., 172, 184 
Hatch. Melton A., 134, 135 
Hatch, Melton Jr., 136, 175, 

195, 198, 200, 303, 462 
Hatfield, William N., 297 
Haugh, Charles R., 361 
Haupt. Use, 408 
Hauptman, Carolyn E., 128, 

129, 397 
Haussermann, Sandra A., 164, 

385 
Hausvick, Roger L., 352 
Haven, Adele C. 179, 414 
Haven, Robert N., 342 
Havens. Charles S., 24 
Hawes, Diane M., 409, 463 
Hawe;, James E., 319 
Hawkins, Bruce A., 346 
Hawkins, Burford H., 238, 242, 

330 
Hawkins, Elmer C. 195 
Hawkins, Gene H.. 356, 463 
Hawks, Deloras F., 402 
Haxbv, John W.. 193 
Hay, Donald J., 181, 301 
Hay, Henry F., 353 
Hay, Jerry D., 153, 202, 299 
Hay, Leon E., 151 
Hayes, Donald E., 295 
Hayes, Jane S., 117, 390 
Hayes, John G., 308 
Hayes, Mrs. 373 
Hayes, Paul G.. 61, 298 
Hayes. Robert H., 317 
Hayes, Sara B., 162, 378, 463 
Hays, Joyce S., 385, 463 
Hays, Judy M., 397 
Havs, Sue J„ 119, 380 
Hayward, John A.. 192, 352 
Hay ward. Robert W., 178, 205, 

368 
Hazlett, Fred R., 325 
Hazzard, Joseph W., 112 
Hazzard, Keith M., 197 
Headley. Marjorie M., 74, 100, 

179, 395 
Heal. Earl H., 178. 195 
Healey, Margaret A., 383, 463 
Healy, John M., 243, 318 
Healy, Rol J., 463 
Hearn, Van L., 191, 463 
Heater, Nancy L., 393, 463 
Heath, Richard, 197, 298 



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625 



Heath. Richard D., 361 
Heath, William T.. 364 
Heatherly, Mary L., 84, 390 
Heathman, Jessie, 106 
Heaton. John I., 360 
Heberer, Robert D., 355, 463 
Heberer, Ronald L., 227 
Heberer, Yerlan W., 365 
Hecht, Howard L„ 336 
Heckel, John L., 180 
Hedeen, Marie A., 73, 200, 412, 

463 
Hedgcock, John H., 306 
Hedges, Robert, 151 
Hedish, Norman D., 361, 463 
Heep, Isabel M., 395 
Hefferle. Dennis J., 463 
Heffernan, Harold H., 193 
Hefter, David, 148, 361, 463 
Hefter, Iris P., 463 
Hefter, James A., 187 
Hefter, Leslie N„ 326 
Hegemeyer, William, 142 
Hegg, William G., 169, 365, 463 
Heggemeier, Robert C, 178 
Hegner, James R., 463 
Heideman, John A., 463 
Heidemann, Roy C, 101, 169 
Heidenreich, Russell R„ 201, 463 
Heider, Dorothy, 203 
Heider, George E., 203 
Heidrich, Edward, 151 
Heidnian, John, 150, 169 
Heien, Judith A., 166, 386 
Heifetz, Lois R., 372 
Heiken, John G., 71 
Heiligenstein, Christian, 464 
Heiligenstein, Ron, 50, 246, 247, 

315 
Heim, Frederic A., 169, 327, 

464 
Heiman, George O., 464 
Heiman, Howard, 202 
Heiman, Richard J„ 322, 464 
Heindel. John H., 102, 328 
Heineman, Joel B., 291 
Heinhorst. William F-, 168, 180, 

293 
Heintzen, Rev., 203 
Heinz. David J., 359 
Heinz, Richard A., 180 
Heinz, Shirley J., 125, 126, 203, 

383 
Heiple, Leon E., 288 
Heiple, Rae C., 183 
Heis, Joseph F., 354 
Heischmidt, Mildred L., 108, 

125, 164, 464 
Heisler, Harold R.. 175, 332 
Heitmann, William E„ 161, 184, 

464 
Heitzman, Anne M., 377, 464 
Heldisheimer, Eva, 381 
Helfrich. Robert H., 315 
Helleny, Charles, 297 
Heller, John, 125, 362 
Hellmuth, Harry E., 194 
Helm, Marilyn A., Ill, 378, 533 
Heiman, Robert A., 336 
Helmreich, Donald C, 136, 203 
Helms, Leon M., 146, 345, 464 
Helms, Pearl, 125 
Helper, John W„ 125, 368 
Helper, Lloyd C, 193 
Helverson, Alan J., 359 
Hembrough, Frederick B., 193 
Hempstead, Barbara C, 51, 88, 

89, 384 
Hempstead, William J., 297 
Henbest, William F., 338 
Henderson, Doris E., 125, 253 
Henderson, Earl W., 320 
Henderson, Jerry B., 297 
Henderson, John D., 120, 333 
Henderson, Joseph I)., 135, 136, 

150. 196, 198, 203, 464 
Henderson. Richard L., 125, 129, 

131, 351, 356 
Hendricks, Elmer C, 82, 84, 

150, 313 
Hendricks, John R., 353 
Hendricks, Josephine F., 202, 

411 
Hendrickson, Donald, 125 
Hendrickson, James P., 324 
Heneberry, David A., 148, 338, 

464 
Heneberry, Donald E., 338, 464 
Henebry. William F.. 299 
Heniff, John E., 315 
Henkin. Balfura, 397 
Henley, Barbara J.. I jr., 379 
Henn, Marjorie R.. 408, 464 
Henneman. John W.. 362 
Hennessey, John J., 365, 464 
Henning, Dale A.. 162 
Hennis, Henry C., 328 
Henriksen, Harry C, 464 
Henry, Benjamin A., 126, 130, 

295 
Henry, Charles O.. 339 
Henry, Eugene M.. 35] 
Henry, John A., 325 
Henry, John T„ 130 



Henry, John W., 173, 464 
Henry, Raymond L„ 351, 464 
Henry, Richard J., 175 
Hensey, Gilbert W., 303 
Hensley, Marjorie, 203 
Henson, Bobby I)., 247, 323 
Henson, Donna L-, 464 
Henss, Donald A., 464 
Henssen, Hermann D., 202 
Hentz, Donna. 125 
Herbert, Daniel M., 356 
Herbold, Walter P.. 174, 465 
Herbolsheimer, John A., 161, 

364 
Herchelman, John, 168, 176 
Herget, James E., 200 
Herlinger, Charlotte, 397, 465 
Herman, Hetty R., 465 
Herman, Matthew M., 187, 292 
Herman, Richard E., 359 
Herman, Sandra, 372 
Hermann. Harvey A., 129, 324 
Herold, Frank L., 330 
Herr, Vivian E., 393, 465 
Herreid, Ernest, 176 
Herren, Virgel K., 305 
Herrick. Wirt, 2] 
Herrington, Don L., 309 
Herriott, William H., 330, 465 
Herrmann, Charles A.. 297 
Herschelman, John F.. 131, 310 
Hershbarger, Robert A., 197, 

317 
Hershman. Arlene, 149, 408 
Hershman. Naomi A., 408 
Heist, Robert A., 363, 465 
Hertenstein. Doris R., 125, 371 
Hertzberger, Alan J., 188, 465 
Herwig, Lee C, 196, 323 
Herzog, Alfred C. 303, 465 
Hess, Helen E., 465 
Hess, Myra, 121 
Hess, Richard J., 127 
Hesse, Donald J., 361 
Hester, John C, 160, 327 
Hester, William J., 320 
Hettinger, Mary B., 164, 251, 

378 
Hettmansberger, Harlan G., 357 
Heuer, Leroy A., 363 
Heurich. Franklin E., 363 
Heuring, Ronald A.. 318 
Hewitt, Barnard, 113 
Hewitt. Dale A., 108 
Hewitt, Ronald K., 367 
Hevl, Frederick C, 168, 180, 

310 
Heyl, Rovle J., 142, 201, 358, 

465 
Heyman. Sidney J.. 65, 142 
Hibb, Phyllis, 410 
Hickerson, Robert G., 299 
Hickey, Gerald W., 299 
Hickman, Addison, 151 
Hickman, Clifford W.. 195 
Hickman, Dean D., 338 
Hickman. Delores A., 125, 149, 

413 
Hickman. Robert Z., 20. 21 
Hickman. Wilma J„ 147. 149, 

203. 413 
Hicks, Hervev K.. 131, 291 
Higashi. Alfred K.. 152, 163, 

465 
Higashi. Richard L, 465 
Higgins, Alan R„ 135, 136, 

195, 333, 465 
Higgins, Laurence S., 199, 289 
Higgins, Lucille. 68, 382 
Higgins, Sarah T., 465 
lliggs, Donald P., 341 
Hightower, Charles H., 359 
Hightower, Robert L„ 131, 360 
Hildenbrand, Harold B., 131 
Hiley. Velma, 205 
Hilgert, Vera, 127 
Hilker, Emerson W., 356 
Hill. Barbara J.. 73. 113, 125, 

186. 205, 413. 465 
Hill, Beverlev J.. 147. 395 
Hill. David B„ 67, 314 
Hill, David E., 291 
Hill. Douglas F., 328 
Hill, Glenn B., 348 
Hill, Harold W„ 300 
Hill, Helen L, 164, 166, 409, 

465 
Hill, James E.. 313 
Hill, John J., 130, 294 
Hill. Mary L.. 179, 205, 395, 

465 
HiM, Phyllis, 251 
Hill, Richard C. 172, 175, 190, 

465 
Hill, Stephen V„ 298 
Hill, Wayne N.. 355. 466 
Hillebrenner. Thomas E., 168, 

180, 293 
Hiller, William C, 229, 230, 

345 
Hillman. Joel R., 335 
Hillman, Harry F., 533 
Hills, Fred I., 343 
Hilpp, Nancy A., 407 



Hilton, Dale J., 321 
Hilton, Harry, 180 
Hilton, Mary J., 68, 385 
Himes, Donald H„ 317 
Hinde. John E.. 195 
Hinderliter. Hobart R., 198 
Hindsley, Marilyn L., 533 
Hindsley. Mark, 129 
Hine, Helen R., 370, 466 
Hine, James R., 203 
Hines, Elizabeth L„ 400, 466 
Hines, Gordon E„ 200, 201, 

356, 466 
Hines, Helen E., 406 
Hines. John W., 107 
Hines, Ralph H., 366 
Hinkle, James A., 334. 466 
Hinkle, James E., 173, 362 
Hinners, Shirley C. 373 
Hinrichs, Joyce A., 466 
Hinrichs, Paul. 203 
Hinshaw, Marilyn A.. 205. 405 
Hintermeister, Glenn G., 193, 

310 
Hinton, Carolyn S., 371 
Hinton, Donald D., 346 
Hirasuna. Eva Y., 400, 466 
Hirsch, Francine, 407 
Hirsch, Gerald, 71, 358 
Hirsch, Sondra M.. 408 
Hirshfield, Judith L., 415 
Hiser, Homer W., 170 
Hisler, James, 217 
Hite, Henry F„ 355 
Hixson, Danny A,, 303 
Hoar. Martha, 408 
Hoar, Victor M., 191 
Hobson, Howard P., 193 
Hochschild. Ruth H„ 125 
Hocking, Richard A., 200, 359 
Hockman, George D., 126, 466 
Hodam, Robert P., 156, 160, 288 
Hodde. Harry E., 305 
Hodge, Fern. 125 
Hodgell, Billie J„ 466 
Hodges, Carol A.. 73, 162 
Hodges. Ralph R., 107, 174, 

321 
Hodgson, Jean E.. 379 
Hodgson. Sarah E.. 4 1:; 
Hodson. John K., 315 
Hoeck, Donald W.. 175, 361, 

466 
Hoel. Elizabeth A., 164. 380 
Hoelscher, Charles W, 172 
Hoelscher, William F., 318, 466 
Hoerr, James G., 348 
Hoff, Dale R.. 533 
Hoffarth. Richard. 355 
Hoffee, Carl O., 357 
Hoffman, Arlene V., 188, 406, 

466 
Hoffman, Constance J., 533 
Hoffman. Gertrude A., 413 
Hoffman, James Z., 330 
Hoffman, Judith M., 410 
Hoffman, Mavis A.. 99 
Hoffman. Richard L„ 197. 291. 

466 
Hoffman. Robert S., 236. 337 
Hoffman. Ronald ('.. 350 
Hofmann. Carol L.. 125. 371 
Hofmann. Lorraine B.. 418 
Hogan. Charlotte A., 179, 402 
Hogan. Howard E.. 194 
Hogan, James D , 186 
Hoge. Lorna J., 179. 415 
Hoggard. Mary J.. 200 
Hoggatt, Judith R„ 385 
Hohman Bill, 227 
Hoiem. John C, 361 
Hokamp, Herman, 195, 315, 

466 
Holden, William TL. 188, 312 
Holin, Joan P.. 85, 158, 386 
Holladay, Joe F.. 215, 217 
Holladav. William H.. 71 
Holland, Francis E., 297 
Holland, Warren E., 184, 391, 

466 
Hollatz, Gary B., 361 
Hollensteiner, Louise C 375 
Holler. Lillian M„ 408 
Hollister, John H„ 339 
Hollawav Robert W„ 341 
Holm. Richard J.. 192 
Holmblad. Edward C, 466 
Holmes, Barbara L., 371, 466 
Holmes, Charles F., 217 
Holmes, Dolores J.. 82. 149. 158 
Holmes, Glenn M.. 168, 176, 

310, 466 
Holmes, Karen J., 164, 375, 

386 
Holmes. Robert H., 467 
Holmstrand. Carolyn B.. 377 
Holsapple. Charles H.. 296 
Holste, James R„ 203 
Holstege, Earl K.. 200. 349 
Holstein, Ralph O . 193 
Holt. Donald A.. 124, 205 
Holt, Doris S., 21 
Holt, Harold. 183 
Holt, Jack R., 131, 314 



Holt, Richard B., 200, 366 
Holtman, Eugene, 125 
Holzbog, Tom J., 330 
Holzman, George D., 156 
Holzman, Howard E., 361 
Home Economics Club, 179 
Homer, Gloria 1)., 125 
Homer, Ronald, 3 61 
Honath. Harold F., 152, 161, 

163, 467 
Honey, Raymond W., 152, 161, 

174, 467 
Honore, William H.. 150, 176, 

355, 467 
Hood, Robert E., 205 
Hoof and Horn Club, 180 
Hook, Edward N., 131 
Hook, Ruth. 398 
Hooker, Donald E., 160, 304 
Hooker, Thomas H.. 3 63 
Hooks. Benjamin, 311 
Hooper, Max L., 219, 220, 222, 

223, 227, 242, 330 
Hootman, James R., 337 
Hoover. Charles E., 159, 192, 

303 
Hoover, Joanne, 149 
Hoover, Nancy K., 376 
Hoover, Peggy A., 124, 375 
Hopkins, Dean F., 357 
Hopkins. Edward L„ 301, 467 
Hopkins, Elizabeth, 179, 375 
Hopkins, William E., 193 
Hopkinson, Edward G., 323 
Hoppe. Ewald J., 363 
Hopper, Patsy R., 378 
Hopt, Robert, 152 
Hopwood, Donald D., 149, 150, 

167, 467 
Horberg, Marlene I., 408 
Hornischer, Herbert H., 65, 174, 

332, 467 
Horowitz, Mrs., 391 
Horrall, Carolyn J., 397 
Horsley. George W.. 320 
Horsley, Robert B., 346 
Horticulture Club, 178 
Hortin. Ruth E.. 166, 400 
Horton. Donald W., 60, 62, 66, 

67, 289, 467 
Horton. Glen A., 306 
Horwich, Bernard W., 316 
Hoskinson, George H., 190, 333, 

467 
Hough, Donovan P., 129, 467 
Hough. Ralph G.. 288 
Hougsted, Wesley L., 125 
Houk, Donald R.. 205. 315 
Houlehan, Donald A., 331 
Houlihan. Thomas V.. 318 
House, Dorothy H., 415 
House, Jean, 406, 467 
House, Mary I., 379 
Houser. Edwin W„ 309. 467 
Howard, Catherine C, 387 
Howard. George W., 299 
Howard. Joan A., 370, 467 
Howard. John R., 97. 130, 467 
Howard, Ronald E., 71, 205, 

306, 357 
Howard. Ruth M.. 397. 467 
Howard. William J., 126, 328 
Howe, Bradley W., 467 
Howe, John T., 128. 129 
Howe, Lynette S., 112, 186, 

467 
Howe, Paul J.. 109 
Howe, t^uincy, 117 
Howe. Willard G., 3 54 
Howell. Charles F.. 130 
Howell. Elwood C. 359 
Howell, Leroy R., 311 
Howell. Robert G.. 128 
Hoyt, John I'... 105. 165. 353 
Hoyt, Marilyn A.. 154. 413, 467 
Hoyt. Nancy M„ 406 
Hoyt. Robert F.. 161. 174, 468 
Hradek. Joan M., 419 
Hrisbal, Toni J.. 158, 388 
Hubbard, Eugene L., 1 :i 1 . 366 
Hubbard. John O.. 324 
Hubbard. Thomas 1).. 330 
Hubble. Carroll J., 350 
Huber, Doris M., 162. 468 
Huber, Albert, 298 
Huber. Edward A., 174 
Huber, Harold D.. 149, 167. 

468 
Huber, Jean F„ 164, 250, 251, 

253, 396, 397 
Huber, Keith A.. 289 
Huber, Shirley M., 375 
Huber. William G.. 468 
Huchberger, Henry, 348 
Huck. Charles M., 90, 323 
Huck. Elizabeth A.. 414 
Huckel. Exia C, 407, 468 
Hucker, David J., 364 
Hucker, Earl H., 366 
Huddleston, Arlene R.. 393 
Huddleston. Brice, 177 
Huddv. Harriet L., 394, 468 
Hudecek, Alice M„ 125. 413 
Hudelson, Robert R„ 31 



626 



Hudgrens, James A.. 240, 243, 

468 
Hudrlik. Roger E.. 354 
Hudson. Babette J., 382 
Hudson, Charles K., 533 
Hudson, Margaret J., 370, 468 
Hudson, Paul. 152 
Hudson, Robert E., 107 
Huebner, Margaret L., 395 
Huff, Robert C, 193 
Huffer. Bruce P.. 171 
Huffer, Richard ]>., 324 
Huffman, Charles W., 34 
Huffman, Donald E., 190 
Huffman, Evalyn M., 205, 395 
Huffman, George N., 131 
Huffman, Vivienne M., -114 
Huftalin, Donald R„ 108, 127, 

168, 180, 293 
Hug, William (;., 185, 24:>, 306, 

468 
Hugh. John W., 124, 202, 363 
Hughes, Norman J., 176, 365, 

468 
Hulet, Richard E.. 29, 70. 71 
Hull. Mary E., 147. 205, 395 
Hull, Richard M., 130. 156, 165, 

171 
Hull, Ruth, 416 
Hull, Thomas K.. 300 
Hulvey, Walter S„ 157, 161, 

175, 468 
Hume, Robert J.. 200. 356 
Humes, John M.. 80 
Hummeland, Sue K., 380 
Hummell, John, .102 
Humphrey, George B., 67, 339 
Humphrey, Howard C. 318 
Humphreys, Mary L., 393 
Humphris, Thomas L., :'. In, 4 lis 
Hundertmark, Elaine. 186 
Hunding, Barbara J., 373 
Hunley, Louis H., 295 
Hunt, George E.. 174. 332 
Hunt, Jon W., 339 
Hunt, Keith J„ 186, 187. 338 
Hunt, Raymond J., 177 
Hunter, Gay Z„ 420 
Hunter, Geraldine, 398 
Hunter, Hugh M., 305 
Hunter, Joyce A.. 126. 411 
Hunter, Percy. 205. 368 
Huntington, William R., 128, 

129, 297 
Huntoon, Richard B., 347 



Huntwork, Mary R„ 126, 200, 

412 
Hupp, Norman D., 173, 205 
Hurd. Noel ('.. 385 
Hurley, Douglas C„ 112, 187 
Hurley, John R., 200. 356 
Hursh, Ralph, 172, 182 
Hurst, Roberta M., 393 
Hurt, Alice, 79 
Hurton, Carolyn, 100 
Husack, Charmaine J., 154, 405, 

468 
Husek, Theodore R„ 71 
Hustak, Joseph, 190, 468 
Hutchings, Harriett E., 149, 

179 397 
Hutchings, Robert F„ 169, 306 
Hutchinson, Paul I.. 107 
Hutchinson, Sue C, 377 
Huth, Barbara S., 251, 385, 468 
Hutson, Patsy L., 250, 251, 253, 

397 
Hutson, Richard E„ 169 
Huyler, Mary A., 385 
Hyde, Paul W., 156 
Hyde, Thomas M„ 129. 468 
Hyman. Carol A.. 158, 381 
Hynds, Edward J., 136, 196, 

315, 468 
Hynds, Martha M., 68, 390 
Hy/.y. Barbara P., 409 



Ihrig, John C, 294 

Ikouchi, George, 359 

Ikins, Robert E., 468 

Ikes, Marie, 408 

lllich, Milo N„ 171, 348 

IUi-Dell, 355 

Illini Christian Fellowship, 127 

Illini Forensic Association, 97 

Illini Hall, 43 

Illi Knights, 356 

Illini Marketing Club, 181 

llli-Noise, 254-279 

Illini Publishing Company, 106 

Illini Publishing Company, Hoard 

of Directors, 106 
TUini Rural Observer, 106, 108 
Illio Beauties, 282-285 
Illio Business Staff, 101 
Illio Editorial Staff, 99 
Illio, The. 106 
Illi-Sota. 593 



III, ui Theatre Guild, 112 

Illini Union, 78 

Illini Union Social Directors, 92 

Illinois Disciple Student Founda- 
tion, 205 

Illinois Technograph, 106 

Illustrators, 162 

Imlay, Michael M.. 298 

Iramel, Robert L., 304 

Immonen, Helen A., 68, 89, 162, 
377 

Indian Student Association, 182 

Indeco, 403 

Inerfeld, David H„ 335 

Infantry Club, 216 

Ingalls. Harold, 96 

Ingels, Bert F., 337, 469 

Inglett, George, 290 

Ingram, Owen R., 351, 469 

Ingrassia, Reggie, 339 

Ingve, Donald C, 469 

Ingwersen, Bert, 217 

Inman, Peggy A., 410, 469 

Inoue, Norman S., 533 

Inouye, Shinn, 469 

Institute of Aeronautical Sci- 
ences. ISO 

I uteri ratemit u Council, 66, 67 

Irby, Miss., 406 

Irle, Charles E„ 337 

Irvin, Jerry A., 190 

Irvin, Robert H., 167 

Irving, Marie A., 409 

Irwin, Martha, 79 

Isaacs. Glen H„ 200, 296 

Isaksen, Victor E„ 189. 337 

Isenberg. Bernard, 469 

Isenogle, James L., 301 

Issert. Leon P.. 168, 340, 469 

Itashiki, Robert, 363 

I vers, Eloise, 179, 200, 469 

I vers, Robert L„ 362 

Iversen, Gordon E., 193 

Iversen, Herbert J., 354, 469 

Iversen. Lloyd E.. 67, 305, 469 

Iverson. Clarence W., 194, 469 

Iverson, Gordon J., 288 

Ivey, Ruth A., 406, 469 

Irria, 416 

Izbicky, Frances, 406 



Jablonski, Beatrice T„ 397 
Jachec, Henry E„ 169 



Jachera, John T„ 176, 343, 469 
Jack, Donna L., 406 
Jacks, Alexander S., 352 
Jackson, Denis C, 360 
Jackson, James R., 181, 317 
Jackson, James R., 352 
Jackson, Mary I., 98, 102, 419 
Jackson, Nancy G., 125, 164, 

370 
Jackson, Richard B., 361 
Jackson, Walter L„ 311 
Jackson, William T„ 159, 305 
Jacobowitz, Herbert M., 326 
Jacobs, Allan J., 169. 30 1 
Jacobs, Elaine L.. 408 
Jacobs. Frank G„ 202, 247, 344, 

363 
Jacobs, Franklin A., 246 
Jacobs, Garrett H„ 292 
Jacobs, Joseph, 335, 469 
Jacobs, Kenneth S., 66, 136, 

107, 312, 469 
Jacobs, Lyla P., 182 
Jacobs, Mary A., 406 
Jacobs, Melvin, 322 
Jacobs, Norman J., 336 
Jacobs, Phyllis, 372 
Jacobsen, Roald A., 350 
Jacobson, Arthur F., 359 
Jacobson, Claire L.. 406 
Jacobson, Earl W., 146, 312, 

469 
Jacobson, Joan M., 407 
Jacobson, Lois M., 408 
Jacobson, Robert D., 67, 312 
Jacobson. Robert E., 469 
Jacobson, Sheila, 404 
Jacobson, Vera J., 397 
Jacobson, Vernon P., 126, 201, 

349, 469 
Jacot, Gideon A., 4.ii 
Jacus, John M., 150, 367 
Jaeger, Eugenia P.. 533 
Jaffe, Donald S„ 326, 470 
Jaffe, Elaine, 416 
Jaffe, Gerald, 131, 470 
Jaffe, Harold L., 292 
Jaffe, Howard P., 363, 470 
Jaffe, Jerome L., 247, 344 
Jaffe, Leonard M., 326 
Jaffe. Stuart M„ 361 
Jaffee. Robert D„ 67. 336 
James, Daniel S„ 195, 295 
James, George W., 125, 169 
James, Judy E., 387, 593 





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627 



James, Mary, 129 

James, Virginia ('., 125, 406 

Jamieson, Robert K., 358 

Jamison. Harry N., 194, 368 

Jamison, Kenneth C, 366 

Janata. Anthony J., 21, 23 

Jangarathis, James ('., 333 

Janicki, James II.. 318 

Janka, John, 348 

Janke. Raymond P.. L72, 332, 

470 
Jankiewicz, Marianne J., 407 
Jankus, Eugenijus, 175 
Janney, Irwin, 205 
Janov, Barry A., 329 
Janove, Ethan B., 470 
Janson, Carol M.. :'. / 8 
Janssen, Donald E., 125, 323, 

470 
Janus, Phyllis, 406 
Janushevich, Alexander, 174 
Janvey, Margery, 372 
Jareo, Dave J., 195 
Jarmon. Reverand, 205 
Jarrell. James C, 192, 341 
Jasper, James V., 348 
Jaworski, Helen. 593 
Jaworsky, Adam, 363 
Jaye, Patricia L., 383 
Jeffers, Dorothy A., 155, 398, 

470 
Jeffers, Hal R., 470 
Jeffries, Quentin R., 186 
Jelinek, Arlene J., 411 
Jelinek, Donald P., 67, 156, 

340 
Jemilo. Mildred F., 408 
Jenison. Philip \V., 330 
Jenkins, Robert D., 317 
Jenkins, Valinda A., 376 
Jenne, Jewel A., 149, 167 
Jenner, Elizabeth K., 251, 253 
.Tenner, Elizabeth M., 125, 398 
.Tenner, William H., 293, 470 
Jennings, David M.. 339 
Jennings, Susan B., 188, 410, 

470 
Jensen, Everett \V., 364 
Jensen. Harold L., 323 
Jensen. James W., 363 
Jensen. Kenneth W., 243, 361, 

470 
Jensen, Patricia A., 407 
Jensen, Peter E., 93, 150, 151, 

190, 327, 470 
Jensen, Ralph A., 330 
Jensen, Stephen R., 172, 360 
Jeppsen, Donald L., 190. 314, 

470 
Jerit, Ronald G., 301 
Jern, Albert C, 195, 324 
Jessen. Barbara J., 179, 200, 

412 
Jessen, Darrell L., 150. 193, 

367, 470 
Jessen, Donald L,., 74, 150, 367, 

470 
Jewell, David E., 357, 364 
Jewell. Patricia J.. 379 
Jewell, Pauline H., 470 
Jewell, William ('., :S4* 
Jimenez, Ernesto. 312 
Jirus, Richard A., 297 
Joesten, Allen, 347 
Joesting, Douglas F.. 192 
Johannes, Robert P., 297 
Johannsen, Ludwig K., 306 
Johne, Hanspeter, 291 
Johns. Harry, 203 
Johns, Jane, 162 
Johns. Romaine L.. 179. 398 
Johnson, Alan G., 337 
Johnson, Alan R., 193. 319 
Johnson, Ann, 191 
Johnson, Athum E., 328 
Johnson, Audrey M . 37:; 
Johnson, Barbara J., 200. 409 
Johnson, Barbara L , 390 
Johnson. Bernard E., 1 95 
Johnson. Bernette ('., 202 
Johnson, Bernice V., 377 
Johnson, Betty J., 85, 179. 203, 

402 
Johnson, Carl H., 362 
Johnson, Carolyn M., 375, 470 
Johnson, Charles W., 323, 471 
Johnson, Clarendon L., 330 
Johnson, David A., 327 
Johnson. Diane L., 82. 90, 149, 

158, 376 
Johnson, Donald C , 471 
Johnson, Donald W., 125 
Johnson. Donn E.. 185 
Johnson, Edward T., 320 
Johnson. Edwin 0., 20] 
Johnson. Elwin L., 172, 357 
Johnson. Eric K.. 175, 342, 471 
Johnson, Errol M.. 71 
Johnson, Ertha A.. 383 
Johnson. Eunice E., 179, 395 
Johnson, Frances L., 569 
Johnson, Frederick, 361 
Johnson. Harold. .".:::; 
Johnson, (Jordon W., 354, 471 



Johnson, James D.. 162 
Johnson, James T.. 196, 325 
Johnson, James W., 299 
Johnson, Jayne, 409 
Johnson, Joan M., 100, 419 
Johnson, Kenneth S.. 349, 471 
Johnson, Lawrence, 190 
Johnson, Leo, 217. 22!). 240, 

24 3 
Johnson, Lois E., 392 
Johnson, Lois I.. 74, 125, 179, 

396 
Johnson, Lynne C, 386 
Johnson, Marie L., 374 
Johnson, .Martha, 125 
Johnson, Mary A., 397 
Johnson. Meralyn M., 419 
Johnson, Norman L.. 348 
Johnson, Ogden ('., 201 
Johnson. Patricia R.. 179. 395 
Johnson, Paul A., 358 
Johnson, Paul E., 193. 471 
Johnson, Paul W., 125 
Johnson, Peter E., 471 
Johnson, Ralph H., 533 
Johnson. Ralph J., 151 
Johnson. Robert A.. 295 
Johnson, Robert E., 36 
Johnson, Robert L., 315 
Johnson, Roger M., 153, 201, 

349 
Johnson, Roy, 129 
Johnson, Russell M., 309, 471 
Johnson, Tony, 227 
Johnson, Victor R., 102, 348 
Johnson. Walter L.. 295 
Johnson, Walter, 62 
Johnson, Wayne R., 471 
Johnson, William E., 328 
Johnsos. Deane R., 188, 300 
Johnston, David H., 331, 471 
Johnston, Robert P., 359 
Johnston, Robin R.. 330 
Johnston, Wayne, 151 
Johnstone, Fraser, 173 
Johntz. Tracy E., 359 
Joley, Charles L., 293 
Jolliff, Richard J.. 131 
Jolly, Morris F., 345 
Jones, Arthur A.. 320 
Jones, Charlotte E , 390 
Jones. David R., 205, 359 
Jones, Donald W.. 71. 167, 365 
Jones, Dorothy L., 393 
Jones, Edith, 125 
Jones, Eugenie V., 179, 413 
Jones, Gary W., 309 
Jones, Guinevere, 128, 471 
Jones, Imoeleanor, 181, 408, 471 
Jones, J. B., 239 
Jones, Jacquelyn S., 113, 162, 

376 
Jones. Janet S.. 394 
Jones, John A., 71. 353 
Jones, John F.. 71. :i'j:; 
Jones, Joyce C, 382 
Jones, Lawrence E.. 152, 174, 

471 
Jones, Marianne. 371 
Jones, Marilyn H.. 164, 393 
Jones, Marilyn L.. 124, 188. 373 
Jones, Maurice L.. 307, 471 
Jones, Morris A., 191. 471 
Jones, Nancy E., 179, 200, 412 
Jones, Norman D., 193 
Jones, Paul H., 312 
Jones, Richard E., 327 
Jones, Roger A., 364 
Jones, Shirley A., 378 
Jones, Suzanne, 376 
Jones, Thomas, 12 7. 358 
Jones. Val.jean. 374. 406 
Jones. W T alter M., 361 
Jones, Walter R., 320 
Jones, William ('.. 330, 471 
Jones. William J , 153. 341 
Jordan. Cynthia R.. 405 
Jordan, Dorothy J., 374 
Jordan, Janice L-, 51, 68, 69, 

99, 177. 370 
Jordan. Robert S.. 71. 347 
Jordan. William J.. 471 
Jorgensen, Charles H., 343. 471 
Jorgensen. Robert F., 130, 131, 

307 
Jorgensen, Shirley A., 73, 205. 

395. 472 
Jorgensen. William ('.. 472 
• lose]. her. Robert S.. 363 
Josephson. Charles M.. 193 
Joshi, Krishna C, 182 
Journalism and Communica- 
tions, The School of, 37 
Jovien. Roy J.. 307, 472 
Joyce Thomas F . 172 
Juckett. Robert S . 339, 472 
Judge, Darrell L., 366 
Judson, Paul B.. 323 
Judson. Phil B., 323 
Juergensmeyer, John E.. 120, 

1*7. 294 
Juhl. Delores, 202 
Julian. Mary F„ 166, 378 
Juliussen, Constance I., 408 



Junior Men's Glee Club, 127 



K 



Kaar, James F., 65, 175, 472 
Kaar, Thomas R., S 
Kaatz, James F., 3, 12, 186 
Kabaker, Ray N., 335 
Kabel, Robert L., 315 
Kachachi, Sabah S., 302, 472 
Kachiroubas, Louis, 232, 233 
Kaczmarek, Raymond S., 472 
Kadison, Roberta J., 40K 
Kadonaga. Tadashi. 571 
Kaempfer, Fred P., 345 
Kaganieh, Dorothy M., 149 
Kagen, Sibyl L.. 399, 472 
Kagy, Gwen, 149, 414 
Kahle, Keith A., 472 
Kahle, Roslyn J., 410 
Kahlert, James H., 317 
Kahn, Howard. 181, 190, 363. 

472 
Kahn, Ronald L.. 316. 472 
Kahnemuyipur, Jamshid, 192 
Kains, Sherwood B., 309 
Kaiplackel, Phillip. 162 
Kaiser, Alan B.. 102, 313 
Kaiser, Betty R.. 407, 472 
Kaiser. Dale E., 141, 142, 314 
Kaiser, David, 171 
Kaiser. Donald C, 190, 472 
Kaiser, Donald J., 340 
Kalamirr, Donald N.. 172 
Kalapaca, Henry P., 107 
Kalbas, Norman, 176 
Kalbas, William F., 367 
Kalbitzer, Herbert W„ 303 
Kalenda, Norman W., 290 
Kaleta, Barbara F., 418 
Kalish, Jerome B., 329 
Kalita, Bronislaw W., 128 
Kallal. David J., 194, 325, 472 
Kallas. Lola 1)., 396 
Kallick, Ruby. 408 
Kallio. Joanna M., 411 
Kalom, Miller H., 335 
Kaloupek, Robert T.. 177, 350 
Kalter, Rita, 85 
Kamerer, Joan K., 373 
Kamerer, Karel. 378 
Kaminsky, Joel A., 361 
Kamm. Roxane J.. 124, 400 
Kammeyer, Carl W.. 290 
Kamp, Ronald C, 358 
Kamp, James R., 178 
Kampert, Emily G.. 396 
Kampmeier. John F., 131 
Kampmeyer, Barbara. 51 
Kampwirth, Ronald A., 82, 88, 

472 
Kamradt, Joanne. 406 
Kamykowski. Robert L., 289 
Kane, Donald G., 61. 330 
Kane, Gerald S.. 335 
Kane, John R., 360 
Kania. Kenneth J.. 364 
Kantola, Roger W., 331 
Kantor. Beverly. 404 
Kantor. Donald M., 292 
Kanzelbaum, Marsha S., 407 
Kaplan. Barbara L-, 416 
Kaplan, Helene, 73. 399 
Kaplan, Leonard. 358 
Kaplan, Marietta. 407 
Kaplan. Mary R., 416 
Kaplan. Philip. 148, 344 
Kaplan. Robert L., 336 
Kaplan. Robert J., 336. 472 
Kapp, Lucien C. 299 
Kappa Alpha Psi, 67. 311 
Kappa Alpha Theta, 385 
Kappa Delta, 386 
Kappa Delta Rho, 67. 312 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 387 
Kappa Sigma. 67. 313 
Kappmeyer, Keith K.. 299 
Karakourtis, Demetra. 397, 472 
Karas. James (!.. 178 
Karatz, Walter D.. 187. 191. 

196. 198. 362, 473 
Kareken. Sylvia E., 397 
Karel. Adrienne R., 102. 403 
Kariher. Harry C, 188. 338 
Karlen. Ronald. 336 
Karlin, Daniel I., 363 
Karon, Ethel M.. 49, 55, 68, 69, 

391. 473 
Karpinchik, Nicholas. 153 
Kaspar, Sandra D., 411 
Kasper, Charles B.. 331 
Kass, Harvey, 359, 362 
Kassel, Charles I., 169, 363, 

473 
Kasson, Marlyn J., 105, 164, 

253, 390 
Kastelie, Robert F., 303 
Kasten, Roy F.. 365, 473 
Kastler, Henry. 169. 473 
Kastner, James F., 473 
Kaswan. Jerry T^.. 163 
Katavama, Miyeko. 401 
Katch. Ronald S.. 329 



Kats, Jerry H., 330. 473 
Katter, Reeva 1).. 407, 473 
Katz, Barbara, 75 
Katz. Jordan, 155, 248, 363, 

473 
Katz, Rosalee, 372 
Kauer, James C, 290 
Kauffman. Larry L.. 329 
Kauffman, Pauline K., 397 
Kaufman. Dot A., 386 
Kaufman. Leila J.. 406 
Kaufman, Marguerite S., 202 
Kausie, Helen L., 40S 
Kautzi, Robert J.. 169. 365, 

473 
Kavanagh, James P., 361 
Kay, Eleanor G., 253 
Kay. Frederic A., 189. 328 
Kaya. John I., 152, 163, 473 
Kaye, Rosemarie, 408 
Kaz, Sidney E., 322 
Kazarian, Mary, 407 
Kazuk, Edward, 67, 184, 332, 

473 
Keagle, Pryce L., 297, 473 
Kearins, John G., 358 
Kearns. David R., 294 
Kearns, Edward D.. 200, 201 
Kearns, Marilyn J.. 54, 81, 82, 

379, 473 
Kearns, Miriam, 200 
Keats, Kenneth E., 363 
Keck, Elmer E., 351 
Keck, Frank D„ 315 
Keefe, Harvard W., 338 
Keefe, Jerome M., 141, 340, 473 
Keefe. Betty, 62, 391, 473 
Keefer, Robert W., 89, 108, 150, 

310, 473 
Keeler Club, 416 
Keen. Robert D.. 237, 242, 243. 

288, 473. 593 
Keene, Betty M., 386 
Keer, Diane R,, 408 
Keesey, Louis W., 103, 308 
Kehart, Ruth M.. 155, 396, 474 
Keim, George H., 301 
Keim, Donald K„ 339, 474 
Keith, Ann M., 98, 380 
Keith, Denis. 189, 308 
Keith, Helen R., 407 
Keith. Louis G.. 364 
Kelfstrom, Diann P., 408 
Kelinson, Martin T.. 316 
Kellenherger, William B., 131 
Keller, Adrienne P., 149, 164 
Keller. Alice J.. 376, 444 
Keller. Franklin D., 367 
Keller. Lawrence A.. 350 
Keller, Louis H., 192, 303 
Keller, William J., 64, 136, 337 
Kellerhals, Kenneth C., 298 
Kelley, Lerria E., 394. 474 
Kelley, Maurine F.. 407 
Kellom, David, 205 
Kellom, Jean. 125, 205 
Kelley, Carolyn J., 410, 474 
Kelly. Donald, 151 
Kelly, Edward L.. 160. 328 
Kelly, Keith A., 533 
Kelly, Mary A.. 128 
Kelly. Robert D., 142, 183 
Kelly, Robert H.. 89. 301 
Kelly, William H., 298, 474 
Kemp. Emory L-, 533 
Kemp. John C. 362 
Kemp, Richard W.. 367, 474 
Kempe. Margie J., 396 
Kendall. Jean E.. 395 
Kenley. William ('.. 152. 474 
Kenna, Richard E.. 351. 474 
Kennedy. Darleen F.. 394 
Kennedy, Donald C , 301 
Kennedy. Jack D., 337. 474 
Kennedy. Jean E., 188, 378, 

474 
Kennedy. John E.. 12 5 
Kennedy, Kathleen P.. 411 
Kennedy. Robert V.. 289 
Kennedy. William, 99 
Kennedy, William E.. 63, 195 
Kenston, Joseph ('.. 327 
Kent, Alan B., 366 
Kent. Mary S.. 95, 164, 203, 

385, 474 
Kenton, Stan, 122 
Kenyon. Richard J.. 149. 342 
Keouerh, Robert J., 193. 365, 

474 
Keppeler, Frank E.. 337 
Keramos, 182 

Keranen, George M.. 474, 571 
Kerce. Herbert M., 131 
Kercher, Edward, 169. 181 
Kerchner, Orval G.. 108. 167. 

202 
Kermicle. Paul I)., 368 
Kern, Dan D., 35 1 
Kern, Robert G., 193 
Kern. Wayne L., 149, 167 
Kerr, Edwin E„ 155, 363 
Kerr, J. D.. 193 
Kerr. John G., 50, 219, 220. 

221. 222. 223. 242 



628 



Kerr. John M., 305, 319 

Kerridge, .lack, 96 

Kersch, Charles J.. 152. 303 

Kersting, Eugene, 365, 474 

Kesler, Don ¥., 107 

Kesler, Earl L., 97 

Kesler, Marvel M.. 405 

Keslin, Roy P., 474 

Kessler, Morris, 150 

Kessler, Samuel E., 362, 474 

Kettelkamp, Larrv D., 126, 162, 

294, 474 
Kettelkamp, Ralph A., 333 
Keuhne, Herbert, 129 
Keys, James R.. 296 
Keys, Richard O.. 296. 475 
Keyse, Edwin C, 363 
Keyser, Jesse H„ 149, 167. 475 
Khan, Fazlur R„ 182 
Kharasch, Shirley, 593 
Khosla, Gautam, 182 
Khot, Sidagouda M., 182 
Kidd, Norman D., 324 
Kidder, Robert \V„ 125 
Kiefer, John W., 163 
Kiefling, Larry A., 366 
Kiefus, Jerome, 329 
Kierkes, Al, 227 
Kiesler, Robert L., 50, 66, 329, 

298 
Kiest. John C, 126, 317 
Kietzman, Maurene L., 203 
Kiewetz, Olga D., 377, 475 
Kihn, Elaine F., 398, 418 
Kikoen, Eugene L„ 336 
Kilburn. Lois A., 128, 158, 394 
Kilburn, Valerie V„ 64, 120, 

158, 371 
Kile, Kathryn A., 149, 385 
Kileen, Robert L„ 50, 314 
Kilker, Emerson, 200 
Killey, Patricia A., 378 
Killian, Alfred L„ 364 
Killian, William B„ 183 
Killoren, Thomas A„ 151, 533 
Kimball, Orville P., 130 
Kimbark, Marlene J., 51, 113, 

186, 378 
Kimber, George A., 175, 366 
Kimberlin, Donald \V„ 201. 358 
Kimble, Ray, 183 
Kinder, Virginia E„ 397 
King, Charles M., 130, 312 
King, David L„ 367 
King, Harold L„ 295 



King. James W., 348 

King, Jane A.. 126, 177, 408 

King. Richard F., 186 

King. Robert. 217 

King, Roger W., 325 

King, Sandra, 126 

King, Wanda L-, 375, 593 

Kingry, Karl L., 193 

Kingry, Stephen R., 149, 167 

Kiniak, Stephie E„ 125, 408 

Kinnear, Rose M., 125 

Kinroth, Gerald D., 180, 352 

Kinsley, Calvin H., 341 

Kinser, Robert L., 76, 168, 200, 

356. 475 
Kinsey, Calvin, 126 
Kinter, Richard S., 127, 205 
Kipnis. Leslie J., 326 
Kirages, John T., 359 
Kirby. Harry L„ 366 
Kirby. Nicholas J., 365, 475 
Kirchberg, Richard D., 97 
Kirchner. Camille G., 51, 112, 

186, 378 
Kirchner, Charles K., 475 
Kirk, Richard, 67, 345 
Kirk, Winifred, 149 
Kirkpatrick, Alice, 155 
Kirnbauer, Walter G., 475 
Kirschner, Stanley, 171 
Kirtland, James D.. 321 
Kirts, Joan Y., 64, 417 
Kisinger, Everett D., 130 
Kisten, Janice D., 380 
Kitch, John I„ 93, 194, 200, 

301 
Kite, Judith E.. 403 
Kite, Miriam, 419 
Kittoe, Delos T.. 192, 332 
Kitz, Shirley, 415 
Kizer, Donald E.. 367 
Kiellstrom, George, 239 
Kjellstrom, Theodore E., 193, 

289 
Klacka, John A., 174, 361, 475 
Klafke, John H., 348 
Klammer, Richard W., 174, 352 
Klapkowski, Joseph A., 138, 

146, 162, 365, 475 
Klass, Donald L„ 533 
Klauke, George F.. 304 
Klaus, Caesar. 333 
Klausmeyer, Doris, 125 
Klausmeyer, Thomas H., 199, 

475 



Kleckner, Marlin D., 193 

Klein, Albeit J., 184, 343 

Klein, Barbara J., 416 

Klein, Eva J„ 404 

Klein, Hugh A., 322 

Klein, Leita M., 391 

Klein. Marvin, 148, 187. 362, 

475 
Klein, Mary J„ 29, 68, 69 
Klein, Peggy N., 200, 412 
Klein, Robert E.. 169, 232, 475 
Klein, Ronald S., 344 
Klein, Stephen. 187, 361, 475 
Kleinbeck. Allen A., 131, 288 
Kleis, Robert W„ 341 
Klesty, George J., 475 
Kleven, Roy J., 200 
Klingbiel, Donna R., 183 
Klingel, Allen B., 241, 246 
Klingele, Kenneth H., 193, 318 
Klingenfus, Emil J., 314, 475 
Klink, William 1)., 331 
Klinkey, Nannette J., 386 
Klitzing, Jane L., 251, 253, 396 
Klopsch. Ruth E.. 203 
Kloser, Arthur J., 475 
Klugman, Donald B.. 326 
Klyczek. Joseph A.. 305 
Kmiotek, George V., 134, 135, 

136. 194, 196, 331 
Knaak, James M., 195 
Knafl. Emil A.. 475 
Knaus, Emroy J., 309 
Knaust, Paul R., 341 
Kneifel, Earle L., 475 
Kneller. James F.. 356, 476 
Kneller, Mills T., 356, 477 
Knight, Abner, 110 
Knight, Geraldine C, 410 
Knight, Nola, 128, 410 
Knight, Wesley W., 64, 152, 

163, 294, 477 
Knodell, Sara L„ 98, 376 
Knollhoff, David R., 305 
Knop. William F.. 131 
Knotek, Charles A., 348 
Knox. Doris A., 124. 147, 149, 

203, 410 
Knudson. Robert E„ 168, 180, 

310 
Knudstad, Marjorie H., 185. 378 
Knutson, John A.. 328 
Kobak, Alfred J.. 344 
Kobes, Herbert, 24 
Koch, Caroline, 476 



Koch, Peter F„ 308 

Koch. Susan M., 384 

Koch, Virginia ('.. 406 

Kochan, Natalia I., 88, 128, 188, 

393 
Kochinski, Donald C, 476 
Kodish. Rhoda L., 125 
Koebler. Richard A., 126 
Koehler, Douglas P., 119, 315 
Koehn. Charles E., 319. 477 
Koehn. Donald R., 96. 476 
Koelling, Herbert L., 136, 194, 

320 
Koenig, Donald F., 359 
Koester, Arthur S„ 327 
Koestner, Elmer G., 341 
Koffman. Harold, 358 
Kofkin. Charlene A., 406 
Kohlenbrener, Joan D., 389, 

476 
Kohlhagen, Richard M., 217, 

330 
Kohn, Michael R„ 316 
Kohn, Ned W„ 362 
Koinonia, 356 

Kolar, Carolyn G.. 251, 253, 406 
Kolar, Steve S„ 362 
Kolditz, Loren C, 476 
Kolditz. Myra J.. 593 
Kolence, Kenneth W., 107, 301, 

476 
Kolinski. Stanley C, 291. 476 
Kolinski, Stanley C, 291, 476 
Kolton, Emanuel, 476 
Kolves. Dean K., 301 
Kominsky, Arnold B., 336 
Kometani, Theodore K., 200 
Konicek, Richard D., 359, 363 
Konigsfeld, Richard J„ 303 
Konneker, Judith A., 84, 402 
Konneker, Peter A., 334 
Konrad, Frank P., 102, 188, 

289, 308 
Konrad, Thomas G., 180, 476 
Konstans. Afrodite. 398 
Konstans, Mary, 177 
Konzak, Ronald D., 178 
Konzen, Carmelita E., 397 
Koontz, Raymond E., 149, 167, 

178 
Kopecky, Zeno, 356 
Koper, Robert P., 128, 129 
Koplin, Norma J.. 414 
Kopp. Kenneth C„ 180, 332. 

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Koines. Martin, 359 

Koi ita, 1 rving !•'., 156. 476 

Komfeld, Roberta S., 381 

Korngiebel, John R., 300 

Kosey, Andrew, 359 

Koska, Edward 1'., 200, 349, 

476 
Kosman, Eugene (I.. 32] 
Koss. Donald A.. L59, 296 
Kossack, Virginia, 203 
Kossieck, Kenneth G., 476 
Kost, Oral ('.. is:;. 364 
K stti Patricia I 411 
Koster, Wesley II., 17* 
Kostinsky, Lorraine. 3S1 
Kotsiakos, Dolores A., 141, 251, 

396 
Kotsiopoulos, Kiki (i.. 398, 476 
Kouba, Norman G., 312 
Koucky, John R., 338 
Kouckv, .Marilyn J.. 127. 128, 

407 
Kourakis, Joseph, 363 
Kovacs, Martin F., 178 
Koval, David B., 125 
Kovitz, Joan, 51, ,S4, :(7'J 
Kowalik, Ronald F., 348 
Kowalski, Thad L., 363, 477 
Ko/.ak, Anthony F., 300 
Kozak. Raymond J., 71, 477 
Koziol, Edwin J., 169, 363, 477 
Kozlov, Leonard T., 359 
Kraabel, Florence M., 51, 124, 

385 
Kraabel, Mrs. R. C, 184 
Kracman, Rush L., 364 
Kraegel, Norbert E., 331 
Kraemer, Herbert F., 290 
Kraft. Albert D., 477 
Kraft, Donald E., 533 
Kraft, Ralph G., 172, 182 
Kraft. Ronald K., 345 
Krahe. Donald C, 157, 161, 

175, 477 
Krahn, Betty A., 128 
Krai, Karen L., 155, 407, 408, 

477 
Kramen, Audrey M., 126, 416 
Kramer, Kay R., 201, 409 
Kramer, Lester N., 366, 477 
Kramer, Michael, 332 
Kramer, William E., 363 
Krametbauer, Ann, 149 
Kramp, Carl J., 153, 303 
Kramp. Robert H., 153, 239, 

242, 303 
Krantz, Gayle R., 168, 293 
Krantz, Lou, 224, 225, 226, 227 
Kranzow, Joy D., 397 
Krapf, Ellis E., 183 
Krasso, Susanne, 185 
Kratzer, John G., 323 
Kraus. Eleanor H., 68, 386 
Kraus, Fred J., 367 
Kraus, Norman, 131, 359, 363 
Krause, Carol A., 98, 149, 179, 

380 
Krause, Loren D., 160, 319 
Kraut, Sandra F., 391 
Kraybill, Donald P., 192 
Krebs, Helen M., 166, 371, 477 
Krebs, William H., 332, 477 
Kreider, Angela A., 128 
Kreiling, Mari